The scene is as follows, rationing of the electric current for up to 22 hours, total darkness.. and the owners of generators are barely distributing electricity. All of this, and the temperature in August exceeded 33 degrees, so that a comfortable sleep has become a luxury that the Lebanese dream of… How do the Lebanese deal with the scorching heat of August?
The solutions for a comfortable sleep are supposed to be fans and air conditioners.. This was obvious in the old days… However, this became impossible after it required a special budget and a salary in fresh dollars, especially for the operational cost of the generators.
As for today, the Lebanese people have no choice but to secure alternatives to electricity, such as solar energy, which, despite its high cost, is the last resort that is facing complete chaos, especially in terms of installation, prices, and the quality of equipment.