Namibia is poised to become the renewable energy hub of Africa

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Namibia is home to the largest desalination plant in Southern Africa. Image: Unsplash/Grant Durr

Hage G. Geingob
President of the Republic of Namibia, Office of the President of Namibia
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Namibia has a five-pillar economic recovery plan.
Namibia has a five-pillar economic recovery plan. Image: Government of Namibia
The generation of solar power will complement Namibia’s available green energy portfolio
The generation of solar power will complement Namibia’s available green energy portfolio. Image: Government of Namibia

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