Mozambique: First large-scale solar plant active in May

Mozambique: First large-scale solar plant active in May

Mozambique’s first solar power plant has secured financing. Construction is expected to start in May, with the facility operational by early 2019, government sources have told Lusa. “It will be the country’s first large-scale solar plant, and represents an important step in Mozambique’s ambition to increase the renewable sources share of its electricity production,” the developer said. The large solar panel array will cover a 126-hectare site in Mocuba, central Zambezia province, and is the…

Advertisements
Read More

Mozambique Renewables: Construction set to begin on ‘flagship’ 40 MW Moz solar project

Oslo-listed renewable-energy developer Scatec Solar, which has its African regional hub in Cape Town, South Africa, expects to begin constructing a 40 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) project in Mozambique in the coming weeks after the project reached financial close in early March.

Read More