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Frequent power cuts have led people in rural areas of Burkina Faso, Mali and Senegal to turn to solar
energy for electricity. Promoters of solar panels say more than 80 villages in Senegal are already benefiting
from this renewable energy source; in neighbouring Mali, more than 150 communities are enjoying solar power.
According to solar manufacturer Sustainable Power Electric Company (SPEC), based in Senegal, photovoltaic
cells, or solar panels, have been a potential solution for electrification in rural areas for years, with
only the relatively high cost of installation preventing widespread adoption in West Africa.