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Solar power could save water in thirsty Middle East, North Africa, analysis says
by Sebastien Malo
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
15 May 2018
On 15 May 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Thirsty Middle Eastern and North African countries could tap into their solar-energy potential to cope with freshwater scarcity, according to resource experts. Water could be saved by switching to renewable solar energy from fossil fuel electricity generation that uses up water, said the World Resources Institute (WRI). Fresh and sea water is often used in the process of cooling fossil-fuel power plants, ubiquitous in the Middle East and North Africa, according to the World Bank. ... Solar panels, meanwhile, require little or no water to install and maintain.
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