Massive solar potential in East Africa but only 3.9pc installation

East African nations of Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda have massive potential to generate solar power but have so far only tapped 3.9 percent of the total installed PV capacity in Africa.

In a new report by Rotterdam based Solarplaza International BV, the four countries have a combined photo-voltaic (PV) capacity of 199 megawatts, which a very smaller fraction compared to other African countries.

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