How technology could help rural South Africa turn sunshine into income

 South Africa could become a test bed of technologies that enable households, especially in remote areas, to join electricity trading markets.

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Mis en ligne par Thomas Wolfgang Thurner, Research Chair, Cape Peninsula University of Technology

 South Africa could become a test bed of technologies that enable households, especially in remote areas, to join electricity trading markets.

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