South Sudan Opens New Fossil Fuel Power Plant

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South Sudan Opens New Fossil Fuel Power Plant
South Sudan Opens New Fossil Fuel Power Plant

South Sudan, an energy-deprived country where most businesses and households use diesel generators to meet their energy needs, has opened a fossil fuel power plant to find solutions.

Thanks to this facility, thousands of small generators will not be needed and air pollution will be greatly reduced. The facility will now serve 100,000 households.

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