The largest solar plant ever built in a refugee camp,
. . . went live in Jordan, providing clean, and much-needed additional power to
. . . 80,000 Syrian refugees living in Jordan’s Za’atari camp.
The new solar plant will increase the electricity supply to refugees’ homes from
. . . 8 hours a day up to 14 hours.
UNHCR – the UN Refugee Agency – calculates with savings of around
. . . US$5.5 million, which they plan to reinvest in vital humanitarian assistance.
1-15-2019 Source: 80,000 Syrian refugees get #Solar
80,000 Syrian refugees get #Solar
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