The Mozambican government has created an entity responsible for the implementation of the Mphanda Nkuwa Hydroelectric project, which should take at least another decade to be built and in operation, according to an official note sent to Lusa.
Our blog provides access to news and articles about the most important developments in the power sector in Mozambique and the region, with emphasis on renewable energy.
The first solar power plant in Mozambique, set up in Mocuba, central province of Zambézia, is expected to start operating by the end of the month, public company Eletricidade de Moçambique (EDM) announced.
Mozambique’s National Hydrocarbons Company (ENH) today announced the expansion of the natural gas network that has served as a pioneering experience in the country for residential supply in a sector that is expected to grow in four to five years.
Ncondezi Energy said it was targeting completion of a joint development agreement for its 300MW Tete power and coal mine project in Mozambique by the end of March. The company said it had engaged positively with a liaison committee set…
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- ACWA Power building 250MW solar PV in Ethiopia October 29, 2019
- Ncondezi confirms first solar and battery storage project October 23, 2019
- Energetic transition: Galp wants to invest more in natural gas and renewables than in oil October 22, 2019
- Mozambique/Malawi transmission line goes to tender by March 2020 October 22, 2019
- World Bank approves US$57 million for the Mozambique-Malawi Regional Interconnector Project September 20, 2019