Tired of power cuts, blockaded Gaza turns to solar panels

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Blockaded by Israel since 2007, the Gaza Strip only has electricity for 12 hours per day on average – less when the conflict escalates. So, in recent years, people across the Palestinian enclave have been turning to solar energy to power their businesses and homes. Yasser al-Hajj, who owns a seaside fish farm and restaurant, installed solar panels six years ago. “Electricity is the backbone of the project. We rely on it to provide oxygen for the fish, in addition to drawing and pumping water from the sea. Without electricity, our project is dead”, he told the AFP news agency. Not only is solar…

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