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Deadly Methane Lake to Solve Rwanda’s Energy Problems

Rwanda unveiled a power plant on Monday, that will utilize Lake Kivu’s toxic methane gas which if not carefully exploited presents a high-risk situation for more than 2 million people and their livestock living along the shores.

Deadly Methane Lake to Solve Rwanda’s Energy Problems
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