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Congolese refugee’s solar plant powers Kenyan camp

By Reuters
22 June 2022   |   11:45 am
A Congolese refugee is providing clean energy to 200 businesses around north-western Kenya's Kakuma refugee camp with help from a 20-kilowatt mini solar grid.

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