Libya struggles for realistic route towards solar development

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Issue 445 - 10 Sep 2021 - By John Hamilton | 5 minute read

Proposals to solve Libya’s interminable power and water supply crises are being advanced by competing institutions, but deep uncertainties about governance, security and finance mean only the most expensive and least sustainable projects are likely to be completed. Pragmatic renewable power schemes will remain on the sidelines, writes John Hamilton

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