Solar businessman talks Zim’s currency ban, power

Zimbabwe is currently facing immobilising power cuts with businesses and households facing 18 hours a day without electricity. According to Zimbabwean power utility ZESA, the low water levels at the Kariba Hydro Station, generation constraints at the other facilities and limited imports of electricity from South Africa and Mozambique is the issue of the supply of power. However, the solution to this crisis may be designed by the CEO and Founder of Invest Solar Africa, Ainos Ngadya. His renewable energy company focuses on generating renewable energy projects to aid Africa’s power supply crisis. Ainos Ngadya, Co-founder and CEO of Invest Solar Africa joins CNBC Africa for more.

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