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Electricity Power lines running from Cahora Bassa. Photo: www.hcb.co.mz
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Zimbabwe is in the final stages of negotiation a contract to build a new 400 kilovolt electricity transmission line, part of the local leg of a 935km high capacity grid to move power between Mozambique, Zimbabwe and South Africa. The 300 km section of the the [...]

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Electricity The CTRG power plant at Ressano Garcia. Photo: Sasol
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Mozambique’s state utility EDM has revealed that it has not supplied electricity to Zambia for the past seven months, after its Zambian counterpart racked up debts of more than $100 million. Mozambique stopped supplies [...]

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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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