Wide shot for solar panels system in one of the remote areas in Al Maraha governate.

 

Power crisis

Yemen has the lowest level of electricity connection in the Middle East – 40 per cent, compared with around 85 per cent in the region. The frequent failure of the public grid has forced Yemenis to rely on alternative power and light sources such as diesel generators and kerosene lamps. These alternatives pose detrimental effects on the environment, and come at a high cost for Yemeni households. [Source : UNDP]

With the start of the civil war, solar panels found their way into the country fast. On March 23, 2015, Sanaa experienced a major power outage. The Marib power plant, which supplies Yemeni cities with energy, went out of service. Consequently, the generator business flourished for a while. However, due to the unstable conditions in Yemen, generators were not guaranteed to remain functional at all times because of increasing fuel prices and occasional lack of fuel. Yemenis were thus left with the option of solar energy.

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Dimension

Ground

looped-video

No

frame-rate

60 FPS

resolution

3840 * 2160 4K

source audio

Yes

extension

MP4

duration

00:12

Number of Clips

1

Location

Lahj

file-size

141 MB

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Relased:July 4, 2023
Dimension Ground
looped-video No
frame-rate 60 FPS
resolution 3840 * 2160 4K
source audio Yes
License Extended License Regular License
extension MP4
duration 00:12
Number of Clips 1
Location Lahj
file-size 141 MB
Tags: electricity , electricity stations , fuel shortage , power , solar panels ,