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Zimbabwe Looks to the Sun as Drought Hits Hydropower

Zimbabwe is pushing forward with plans to build four new solar power plants, amid a drought that has battered its ability to generate hydroelectricity. Severe dry conditions — linked to the El Niño weather phenomenon bringing extreme weather around the world — are affecting big and small producers of hydropower alike. Phillip Muwungani of Chipendeke village, 70 km southeast of Mutare city, said his community's vision of producing its own clean electricity using water is...

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