Wind-powered energy security - Cabeolica, Cape Verde

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Small islands are often heavily dependent on expensive imported fuel to generate electricity. The public-private partnership of Cabeólica in Cape Verde off the West Coast of Africa has harnessed the country's plentiful winds to help reduce diesel imports and increase energy security.

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Published on Jul 3, 2013

EarthSayers RatingRecommended
CountryCape Verde
Member of Special CollectionRenewable Energy & The Smart Grid
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