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Partly thanks to infrastructure projects blown up by the militants while they were trying to turf out the US, Afghanistan is dependent on neighbours for 73% of its electricity.
On January 31, Japan fully commissioned a 55-MW offshore wind project, the first large one in the country. It is fixed-bottom – the foundations are on the sea-bed – in shallow waters in the Sea of Japan.