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ASX- and Aim-listed Tlou Energy has submitted a proposal to the Botswana Ministry of Mineral Resources, Green Technology and Energy Security to develop up to 100 MW of coalbed methane- (CBM-) fuelled pilot power plants in the African country.
The government of Botswana earlier this year requested proposals for the development of CBM-fuelled pilot power plants, aimed at assisting the development of a CBM gas industry in the country.
Tlou said on Thursday that if its submission response was successful, it would provide an ideal pathway towards a power purchase agreement.
Once the initial development is completed, Tlou’s gas fields would be connected to the regional grid, opening the possibility for the company to provide power across the Southern African region through the Southern African power pool.