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Used solar panels are powering the developing world
by Adam Minter
Bloomberg Translate This Article
25 August 2021
On 25 August 2021 Bloomberg reported:
An overlooked niche in the energy trade is keeping high-tech waste out of the trash -- and helping to connect millions of people to reliable electricity. Across the developing world, homeowners, farmers, and businesses are turning to cheap, secondhand solar to fill power gaps left by governments and utilities. To meet that demand, businesses ranging from individual sellers on Facebook Marketplace to specialized brokerages are getting into the trade. Collectively, these businesses will likely play a crucial role in bringing renewable energy to the world's emerging markets -- and keeping high-tech waste out of the trash.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of science and business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
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