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Using the sun to keep agricultural produce cool? How Ghana’s farmers are benefiting from solar-powered cold storage

Farmers in Ghana are using solar powered cold storage to keep freshly harvested fruit and vegetables cool. Image: AkoFresh

Victoria Masterson
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This solar powered cold storage is helping farmers in Ghana keep freshly harvested produce cool.
This solar powered cold storage is helping farmers in Ghana keep freshly harvested produce cool. Image: AkoFresh

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