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…

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Mozambique Renewables: Scatec Solar starts construction of solar power plant

Scatec Solar, KLP Norfund Investments and Electricidade de Moçambique (EDM) completed the financing process and began construction of a 40-megawatt solar power plant in Mozambique, the Oslo-based company said in a statement on Tuesday.

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Mozambique Renewable Energy: Major solar power ahead by next year

The company Scatec Solar and the Norwegian Development Fund (Norfund) signed yesterday, November 31, in Maputo a contract guaranteeing the sale of solar power to the state-held Electricidade de Moçambique (EdM) for a 25-year period, the company announced in a statement.

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