Lights Go Out for Off-Grid Energy Projects

GOVERNMENT is reviewing its off-grid renewable energy programme after finding that it does not meet targets; the technology is too costly and it lacks acceptance among intended users. This means that the provision of electricity to remote areas, especially using solar energy technology, will be halted while government seeks other sources of power.
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