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Direct environmental impacts of solar power in two arid biomes: An initial investigation
South African Journal of Science
According to recent national energy plans and policy documents, the number of renewable energy developments is expected to increase in South Africa, thus contributing to the diversification of the country's energy system. Consequently, numerous solar power developments are being deployed in the sunny arid interior – areas generally represented by the Nama-Karoo and Savanna Biomes. These developments come with a range of novel environmental impacts, providing opportunities for multidimensionaldoi:10.17159/sajs.2017/20170113 fatcat:ox2vqcgcvrh4djyyi5ykryiury