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A review of Ghana’s solar energy potential
Sustainable Environment and Energy Systems, Middle East Technical University—Northern Cyprus Campus, Kalkanli, Guzelyurt, TRNC 99738/Mersin 10, Turkey
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Citation: Samuel Asumadu-Sarkodie, Phebe Asantewaa Owusu. A review of Ghana’s solar energy potential. AIMS Energy, 2016, 4(5): 675-696. doi: 10.3934/energy.2016.5.675
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