Water supply disrupting Malawi power

Below-average water levels are affecting power generation in parts of southern Africa that rely on hydropower for electricity.
By Staff reporter 15 March 2017 0 25057

Below-average water levels are affecting power generation in parts of southern Africa that rely on hydropower for electricity.

Lake Malawi’s water supply this year is 1.5 metres below that required for standard power generation, resulting in periodic blackouts across the country, The Nyasa Times reported.

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