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Zimbabwe eyes more solar water heaters as power grid struggles
by Lungelo Ndhlovu
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2 August 2022
On 2 August 2022 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
As Zimbabwe's grid struggles with increased electricity demand, including as new housing projects are added, the government is emphasising the need for renewable energy and for thermal solar water heaters in homes and buildings. 'Already, most new housing developments have adopted solar water heaters, which is very positive,' Zimbabwe's Secretary for Energy Gloria Magombo said in an interview.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
... The government also said last month it is implementing a net metering system, whereby people whose homes have rooftop solar panels can sell their excess energy to the national grid.
Abe Cambridge, chief executive of Sun Exchange, a South African renewable energy start-up that works in the region, said solar water heaters, like rooftop panel systems, can significantly reduce electricity costs and transform lives.
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