Despite the fact that the current World Cup is being held in South Africa, there are a great many folks over there who won’t be able to catch the matches, due to the inability to purchase a ticket or maybe even the lack of electricity. A non-profit organization, Solafrica, will be doing its bit, harnessing the power of the sun to entertain some 1 million folks over there, and it’ll do so using its solar power station, giving them a portable, compact system using solar panels and accumulators, to achieve its goal, without requiring complex wiring. Once the World Cup is over, these portable solar stations will be installed in one of the nearest schools to provide power for various needs.
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