Africa Energy: Malawi-Mozambique secure funding for power interconnection

Africa Energy: Malawi-Mozambique secure funding for power interconnection

Malawi and Mozambique have secured 20 million euro (about K15 billion) from multilateral lending institutions for the implementation of the power Interconnection project, a move expected to help solve energy woes facing the county. Advertisements

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Africa Energy: “Regional grid integration with Malawi, Tanzania and Angola as priorities” – SAPP

Africa Energy: “Regional grid integration with Malawi, Tanzania and Angola as priorities” – SAPP

The Southern African Power Pool (SAPP) will prioritise connecting Malawi, Tanzania and Angola to the regional electricity grid by 2021, with an additional 22 000 MW of electricity generation capacity to be added to the regional grid by 2022.

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Africa Energy: Donors support tariff hike in Malawi

Africa Energy: Donors support tariff hike in Malawi

Three of the country’s development partners—United States of America, Germany and the World Bank—have backed proposals to increase electricity tariffs, saying Malawi has the lowest charges in sub-Sahara African region which burdens the utility company.

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Mozambique Energy: EU, German to partially finance Moz – Malawi electricity interconnector

The European Union (EU) and the German Development Bank (KfW) are to extend a €20-million grant to Malawi to partially finance the $127-million Mozambique–Malawi electricity interconnector project.

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Africa Oil & Gas: Malawi misses upstream deadline

Malawi has missed its November 2017 target to come up with an updated hydrocarbon policy framework to attract upstream investors. Originally, the new Petroleum Policy was scheduled for release in July 2017 but only a draft was issued, the NGW reports.

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