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Here's why Zimbabwe is turning to solar water heaters in a drive for clean energy

The nation has a target of installing at least 250,000 solar water heaters in buildings by 2030. Image: Vijayanarasimha/singhvp93

Lungelo Ndhlovu

Freelance Journalist and Contributor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Hawkflight Construction said the solar water heaters were an extra expense for buyers at a time when the cost of building houses was already rising. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Lungelo Ndhlovu.

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