The collapse of electricity in Yemen and the absence of service due to the turmoil of war pushed Yemeni people to look for another alternative. They found that in the solar energy which their country enjoys throughout the year. With this alternative, they even reached areas that did not enjoy electricity before.
The Yemeni found that in the solar energy which their country enjoys throughout the year. With this alternative, they even reached areas that did not enjoy electricity before. An article by Safia Mahdi Solar Panels on the roofs in the Sinniya neighbourhood of the Yemeni capital Sana’a ( Original Arabic Version ) When darkness covered most of Yemen’s cities, including the capital Sana’a for more than two and a half years ago, the so-called electricity had not reached yet Hassan’s family who lives in a rural village of Dhamar province (100 km south of the capital). But in recent years, they finally got electricity through the “solar energy” that most Yemeni families, especially in the north, center and west of the country, depend on it now. An experiment imposed by the tough circumstances, which is considered a positive phenomenon. But “clean energy” faces many problems and requires encouragement and regulation by the respective authorities. Yemeni’s in one of the specialised shops selling renewable energy […]