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Cape Verde Leads With 100% Renewable Electricity By 2020 Target

Originally published on Solar Love. The island nation of Cape Verde is located 250 miles west of Senegal in the southern Atlantic ocean. It has few natural resources — except wind and sunshine. Virtually everything the nation’s 550,000 people consume has to be imported at great expense by air or sea. That includes the fossil [&hellip Cape Verde Leads With 100% Renewable Electricity By 2020 Target was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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