How solar power is supplying reliable electricity across Africa

Solar is the cheapest source of power in many parts of Africa and will outcompete all other energy sources by 2030.

Olugbenga Olubanjo’s company produce makes lightweight solar-powered batteries that can be rented to customers for 24 hours and are able to power devices including TVs, laptops and refrigerators.

South Africa’s George Airport, located halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, became the continent’s first solar-powered airport, with a 200 square meter solar plant developed on site.

In South Africa, Shoprite, the continent’s biggest supermarket chain, has installed 143,674 square meters of solar panels at 62 of its distribution centers and stores. That’s enough to power 3,735 households for one year.

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