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Solar steam powers homes - and new jobs - in South Africa
by Munyaradzi Makoni
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11 January 2018
On 11 January 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
South Africa may still get most of its energy from coal, but in the country's sunny Northern Cape province, a different electricity source is taking hold: solar steam. A Spanish renewable energy company has opened three thermal solar plants -- which use the sun's heat to turn water into steam -- in the province. The steam is then used to drive turbines to produce electricity -- enough to provide electrical power to just short of a million people, or almost the province's entire population, according its operators.
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