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Pakistan is one of a number of countries that cannot serve electricity to its whole country on a daily basis. As such, and especially with its good solar resources, it’s another country ideally set up to leapfrog the dirty energy options of the past and jump right to solar power (something I focused on in the CNBC/Harvard Business Review interview above). Here’s more on Pakistan’s extreme electricity needs, solar potential, and solar plans from AFP:

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