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Solar power in Yemen

Solar insolation in Yemen

Solar power in Yemen includes a 3 kW solar power plant with batteries being developed in Aden.[1]

A company started by students developed solar fans and lamps which can provide light for 6 to 12 hours.[2]

A desalination project has been proposed to provide fresh water to Sana'a. A concentrated solar power plant would produce 10,000 GWh/year, and about one third would be used to provide desalination, and the remainder would be used for pumping. The working fluid would be sea water.[3]

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References

  1. ^ USAID launches solar energy project in Aden
  2. ^ Yemeni Girls Turn to Solar Energy To Keep Power On
  3. ^ How Solar Energy Can Save Yemen's Capital
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