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African airport turns to solar power as it aims to cut emissions
by Anmar Frangoul
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1 November 2018
On 1 November 2018 CNBC reported:
An airport in Kenya is set to have a ground-mounted, 500-kilowatt solar system installed. The photovoltaic system would offset 1,300 tons of carbon dioxide annually. Solarcentury added that the installation would make Moi International Airport the first in East Africa to have a solar photovoltaic system installed. Photovoltaic cells directly convert the light of the sun into electricity.
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