Future is bright with solar

[Zambia Daily Mail - Zambia] - 20/01/2023
CATHERINE ZULU, Lusaka THERE has to be an end to every crisis, no matter how long it takes. The same can be said about Zambia’s energy crisis, which has been getting worse since 2015 when the country hit its first energy snag, and when load-shedding became part of the vocabulary; something some (...)
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