Mozambique Energy: EdM claims US$100M in losses due to illegal connections

Mozambique Energy: EdM claims US$100M in losses due to illegal connections

Mozambican state electricity company EDM loses US$100 million annually due to illegal connections to its grid, the company’s new chairman, Ale Sicola, told Mozambican newspaper O Pais adding that he plans to introduce “smart” electricity meters to minimise the problem. Advertisements

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Mozambique Energy: Ncondezi submits updated tariff proposal for energy project

Mozambique Energy: Ncondezi submits updated tariff proposal for energy project

Aim-listed Ncondezi Energy has submitted an updated tariff proposal to Mozambican State-owned power utility Electricidade de Moçambique (EDM) and the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (MIREME).

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Mozambique Energy: Globeleq-led consortium & EdM to develop Moz gas-fired power project

Lead partner in the Temane Energy Consortium (TEC), Globeleq, has signed a joint development agreement with Electricidade de Moçambique (EDM) to progress the 400 MW Temane gas-fired power project, located in Mozambique’s Inhambane province.

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Mozambique Energy: Power costs rise to continue

Energy tariffs in Mozambique may continue to rise up until Mozambique Electricity (EDM) reaches financial balance between its production costs, the ongoing investments and payments of electricity consumption made by customers.

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Mozambique Energy: Consumers contest new price of electricity

“Power is the blood of development, and blood has a price… That’s the only way we can afford to invest,” said the CEO of Electricidade de Moçambique (EdM). The energy tariff was aggravated and EdM says that increase is aimed at meeting the company’s production needs.

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Mozambique Energy: Over 15 million people in Mozambique have no access to electricity

Domestic Electricity Around 10.2 million Mozambicans have access to electricity in their homes as a result of expansion of the power grid over the last 10 years, said the country´s Energy Minister Salvador Namburete. However, another 15 million Mozambicans still had no access to electricity.

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