Hit by drought and power cuts, Zimbabwe steps up battery storage

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By Lungelo Ndhlovu BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe, Nov 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – As worsening drought slashes the country’s hydropower production, creating lengthy power cuts, Zimbabwe’s industries are beginning to turn to solar panels and battery storage systems to keep business humming. Distributed Power Africa (DPA), a subsidiary of mobile phone provider Econet Global, has over the […]

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