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Kuwait Society for Relief confirmed finalizing establishing the largest solar power plant in Yemen with new technologies with a capacity of “610” kilowatts, to operate 10 artesian wells in Bir Nasser field in Aden and Lahj.

 The society stated on its Facebook page, “The project will benefit 1,450,000 people from Aden and Lahj and will contribute greatly to enhancing water pumping in the two governorates and alleviating the suffering of citizens suffering from water scarcity.”

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