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Solar keeps lights, phones on for rural Kenyans during pandemic blackouts
by Kagondu Njagi
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
23 July 2020
On 23 July 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
As the pandemic and extreme weather disrupt electricity supplies for many, alternative energy sources are coming to the fore. When Lucyline Wanja Silas installed a 12-volt solar power unit at her home ... little did she know it would become essential to her and her neighbours in Gakunga village, central Kenya, during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Wanja, a 48-year-old farm worker, said she had not made any money since the country's lockdown started in March, but the solar photovoltaic (PV) unit she purchased in January means she no longer needs to buy kerosene for lamplight.
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