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Rural Pakistanis take to solar after power cuts deepen in Karachi
by Faseeh Mangi and Chris Kay
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26 April 2018
On 26 April 2018 Bloomberg reported:
Rural Pakistanis ... are increasingly turning to renewable energy to circumvent the country's notoriously unreliable power supply. About 10,000 solar systems have been installed since 2013 ranging in size from 50 watts to 200 watts, enough to power six light bulbs and two fans. Small-scale solar in Pakistan attracted $540 million in 2017, having received less than $100 million in each of the previous two years, according to a report published last month by the United Nations and and Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
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