Yemen has 'most solar energy potential' - Supply Management
$50m is being spent bringing off-grid solar energy to 1.4m people in Yemen © Anton Ivanov/123RF
$50m is being spent bringing off-grid solar energy to 1.4m people in Yemen © Anton Ivanov/123RF

Yemen has 'most solar energy potential'

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
22 May 2018

Yemen has been identified as the most water-stressed country with the most potential to harness solar energy.

In a report linking water stress and renewable energy, the World Resources Institute (WRI) said solar energy required little or no water use, unlike traditional power generation.

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