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How renewable energy in South Africa is quietly stealing a march on coal

Solar, biomass and wind energy systems are popping up all over the country and feeding clean energy into the strained electrical gridThe howling wind drives the turbines, their blades bent back from the force as they spin in the evening light and send electricity to local villages in South Africa's Eastern Cape.High up on the top of the turbine, local resident Lungela Vongu, dressed in a safety harness and hard hat leans far out over the 100 meter drop to check that the wind speed detector is working properly. "This wind farm is bringing a lot more jobs into this community for the people, without it there is no future here," he says. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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