26 Sep '15, 7pm

Giant solar "tulips" will help Ethiopia become carbon neutral by 2025

Around the globe, more countries are looking to reduce their carbon emissions by bolstering renewable energy infrastructure, but they can’t do it alone. Nations with eco-friendly initiatives rely on energy and technology companies to help them meet their goals. In Ethiopia, a partnership with AORA Solar , developer of solar-biogas hybrid power technology, may help that country reach its goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2025. AORA will join forces with three universities in Ethiopia to promote academic cooperation for the development and advancement of renewable energy technologies in the middle-income country.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/aora-solar-tulips-to-help-ethiopia-b...

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