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Solar Sustenance In War-Torn Yemen

Civil War Spurs Spike in Solar Energy Use in Yemen; Sanaa residents switch to alternative energy amid power cuts and rising fuel prices Magdi Mansoor, October 6, 2016 (Earth Island Journal) “…[T]he ongoing war that began in 2015 between Yemen’s government and a militia loyal to the country’s former president] helped jumpstart Sanaa’s renewable energy industry…[When the] Arabic Coal
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