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Electricity The CTRG power plant at Ressano Garcia. Photo: Sasol
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Mozambique’s state utility, EDM, has secured around $200 million from IFC for the refinancing of its 175 MW Central Termoeléctrica de Ressano Garcia (CTRG) power plant in which it holds a 51% stake, the company said in a statement this week. [...]

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Electricity Scatec Solar's 40 MW plant at Linde, South Africa.  © Scatec Solar
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The Mocuba solar power plant in Mozambique - the first large-scale solar power plant in sub-Saharan Africa outside of South Africa - should reach financial close in the coming weeks after the IFC committed to a scaled-down financing package, reflecting a [...]

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Infrastructure Mozambique's proposed North–South railway network
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The Mozambique Government is putting on a major infrastructure conference today and tomorrow in the city of Tete, with the aim of mobilising resources to improve the country’s transport corridors, energy infrastructure, and irrigation - and deciding on [...]

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Electricity Power lines in Tete province. Photo courtesy ncondezienergy.com
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Ncondezi Energy is looking for a new partner for its coal-fired power project in Mozambique’s Tete province, after Shanghai Electric Power failed to provide the investment that would have seen it take a 60% stake in the project.

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Electricity Cahora Bassa dam. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Mozambique state-owned hydroelectric power plant Hidroeléctrica de Cahora Bassa (HCB) has agreed to supply 50 megawatts (MW) of electricity to Zimbabwe throughout 2017, with the option to increase to 100MW if both sides agree.

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