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  • Tanzania to provide electrification of all islands through renewable energy
  • Zambia, Zimbabwe signs US $5bn deal for Batoka Gorge hydro electricity project
  • S.Africa: Central Energy Fund signs 100MW CSP deal
  • Kenya to receive US $66m to develop a 52MWp solar PV plant
  • AfDB to pilot Sh394 million clean stove project in Kenya
  • GE commissions hybrid power unit for Oromia, Ethiopia
  • First roll-out of solar-hybrid mini-grids in the islands of Lake Victoria, Tanzania
  • Malawi to Add 19.5 Megawatts to Tedzani Power Plant
  • Turkish Industry Holding to Invest On Cogeneration Power Plant with a Capacity Of 500MW in Ethiopia
  • Red Lands Roses trailblazes in innovation and green energy
  • ACWA Power inaugurates 120MW Khalladi wind farm in Morocco
  • South Sudan to increase electricity supply
  • Nigeria: Shell Plant to Deliver 624MW to National Grid
  • Zambia to receive US 11.75m for Ngonye solar power plant project
  • KenGen secures AFD loan for 80-MW wind project in Kenya
  • SunEQ Namibia announces financial close for 5 MW of PV
  • Development agreement signed to progress Mozambique gas project
  • Oserian Flower Farm bets on the world largest geothermal heating system, natural solutions to grow flowers
  • Tororo’s 14 Gigawatt solar plant to boost trade
  • Tanzania: Renewables investment on the rise
  • Nigeria: Group Canvasses Commercialisation of Renewable Energy in Nigeria
  • Australian firm gets nod for 300MW wind farm
  • World Bank provides funding for Morocco’s Noor-Midelt complex
  • Kenya: Menengai geothermal project receives funding

  • Tanzania to provide electrification of all islands through renewable energy

    The government of Tanzania, through the ministry of energy has come up with a strategy that will enable electrification of all islands in the country through renewable energy. This was revealed by the deputy minister, Ms Subira Mgalu, at the weekend during her tour of Mafia where she inspected implementation of some power projects. Speaking with Mafia residents at different areas, the minister assured them that the government was committed to providing them with sustainable energy, especially solar power, in an effort to boost industrial activities in all islands. According to Ms Subira, the project is expected to begin in September by providing solar panels to all public institutions on the islands in order to for them to improve their services. For his part, the representative of the director general of Rural Energy Agency (Rea), Mr Hussein Shamdas, said the study for the provision of the panels has already been finalized and that the project will kick off in September without delay.


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    Zambia, Zimbabwe signs US $5bn deal for Batoka Gorge hydro electricity project

    Zimbabwe and Zambia have agreed on principles for the US $5bn Batoka Gorge Hydro Electricity project secured by Harare, paving way for a technical meeting this week between experts from two the countries. Zimbabwe recently received an expression of interest from General Electric Africa to undertake the 1 600MW power project along the Zambezi River, co-owned with Zambia. The project will ease power shortages in Zimbabwe and Zambia, with a huge potential to supply other regional countries. Zimbabwe’s President Mnangagwa said that three companies have already applied to do the project and they are assessing their capability. The project is going to create 6 000 jobs. The development comes as Zimbabwe has set in motion a number of electricity generation projects. These will see the country produce surplus power in the next five years. President Mnangagwa recently launched the US $1.5 bn Hwange Power Station Unit 7 and 8 construction project which will add 600MW to the national grid.


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    S.Africa: Central Energy Fund signs 100MW CSP deal

    The Central Energy Fund of South Africa and ACWA Power have entered into a cooperation agreement to co-invest in renewable energy projects the first of which will be the 100MW Redstone concentrated solar thermal power (CSP) plant in the country’s Northern Cape Province. The agreement was signed on the occasion of South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, recent state visit to Saudi Arabia. The CSP plant will go into construction later this year and feature solar energy storage technology that will allow solar energy to be utilised to generate electricity not only when the sun is shining but also through the night cumulatively dispatching 480,000MWh per year. The plant will use a central salt receiver technology with 12 hours of thermal storage allowing the plant to generate during the evening peak demand periods. In addition, while photovoltaics (PV) or wind cannot serve the evening peak unless then linked with utility-scale batteries which are extremely expensive, the CSP Central Tower solution will in comparison generate cost competitively more than double the MWh output of electrical energy per the rated MW capacity.


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    Kenya to receive US $66m to develop a 52MWp solar PV plant


    A UK government development finance institution CDC, alongside its partner, Globeleq is set to invest a US $66m in Malindi Solar Group to build a 52MWp solar photovoltaic power plant in South-East Kenya. The 16-year financing will provide much needed power in the Malindi area, which currently struggles with regular power shortages and relies largely on expensive thermal plants. Globeleq, CDC’s majority-owned independent power producer solely focused on building power generation in Africa, is working with its partners Africa Energy Development Corporation (AEDC) and IDEA Power to commence construction in the coming months. The project is set to bring clean power and employment to the Malindi region, where the project is on track to be the first of four utility-scale solar power plants in Kenya to begin construction. Globeleq will be the 90% shareholder of the Malindi project, with its partner AEDC, the originator of the project, holding the remaining 10%.


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    AfDB to pilot Sh394 million clean stove project in Kenya


    An affiliate of the African Development Bank (AfDB) is set to pilot a clean cooking industry technical assistance project in Kenya, Ghana and Cameroon. The Fund for African Private Sector Assistance (Fapa) will carry out the project, together with three others, at a cost of about Sh393.4 million ($3.9 million) aiming to create jobs for the youth through the development of small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The clean cooking project alone will receive technical assistance — which comes as part of the actual implementation of the project on the ground – to the tune of Sh100.4 million. “Prioritised under the New Deal on Energy for Africa, the Clean Cooking Industry technical assistance project of $995,360 (Sh100.4 million) will be implemented in the following pilot countries: Cameroon, Ghana, and Kenya. The project aims to promote the growth of clean cooking solutions industry across its value chain,” said AfDB in a statement. Since the beginning of the year, the Fapa has approved seven SME projects for funding to the tune of Sh645.6 million, with the latest three receiving part of this financing.


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    GE commissions hybrid power unit for Oromia, Ethiopia


    Global power solutions firm, General Electric (GE), in collaboration with a local entity, Solar Tech, have commissioned a scalable microgrid system powered by a hybrid distributed power unit for Digo Village, in the Oromia region. The commissioning is consistent with Ethiopia’s National Electrification Programme – Implementation Road Map (NEP-IRM), which seeks for a coordinated off-grid implementation programme plan, designed for accelerated scale-up of mini grid solutions in rural and deep rural areas. The system, which was implemented in partnership with Ethiopia’s Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Electricity, the Oromia Region Energy bureau as well as Ethiopian Electric Utility (EEU) will provide power to 1,500 inhabitants of the village.


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    First roll-out of solar-hybrid mini-grids in the islands of Lake Victoria, Tanzania


    With the financial support from the European Union and other partners, JUMEME, a rural electricity supplier, will electrify 10 islands in Lake Victoria, with a population of more than 80.000 people, through off-grid solutions. The project’s roll-out follows a successful pilot that ensured the electrification of a village on the island Ukara. This first phase of the “Micro power economy roll-out project” will see 20 villages electrified by the end of 2018, though the installation of 11 solar hybrid mini-grids. The estimated investment cost will be around EUR 5 million, part of which is financed by the European Union under the ACP-EU Energy Facility, but also through other sources such as AfDB’s Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa and GIZ. The EU is the largest contributor of the project, injecting a total of EUR 7.4 million (approx. 43% of the total investment).


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    Malawi to Add 19.5 Megawatts to Tedzani Power Plant


    Minister of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining Aggrey Masi has challenged Mitsubishi Corporation, a contractor for the construction of Tedzani 1V Electricity Power Plant to utilize local workforce in the project. The project, whose sole owner is Electricity Generation Company Limited (EGENCO), started on June 11, 2018 and is expected to run for 39 months. Speaking on Wednesday during the official launch of project at Tedzani Power Station in Thyolo, the minister said engaging local communities in the project would provide cheap labour to the corporation on one hand, on the other hand, locals would get income to transform their livelihoods, thereby making a significant contribution to all aspects of development. "As such, I plead with the contractor of this project that apart from bringing their experts here, they should also employ local workforce which is cheap and readily available. This will mean that there will be job opportunities for the communities and their income would uplift their lives," he said.


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    Turkish Industry Holding to Invest On Cogeneration Power Plant with a Capacity Of 500MW in Ethiopia


    Aiming at playing a great role in the fast growing economy of Ethiopia and competitive incentive packages, affordable labor and improved infrastructure in the country, the Turkish giant, Turkish Industry Holding is to invest in power generating sector. The Chairman of Turkish Industry CO. Mr. Mehmet Coskun, the Vice President Mr. Hakim Alici and board member Mr. Ozan Semerci met Seleshi Bekele, PhD, the Minister of Water Irrigation and Electricity (MoWIE) yesterday at his office with the proposal of Electricity production power plant. The Chairman stated that the power plant is gas fired cogeneration plant and the capacity will be 500MW, which will be one hundred per cent self-financed by Turkish Industry Holding and its co-partner AKSA Energy, another giant company in the energy sector. This is also part of a discussion with the Ethiopian government in the last six months. Turkish Industry Holding is now on its third visit to Ethiopia. The chairman of the holding company.


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    Red Lands Roses trailblazes in innovation and green energy


    More than a year and half since Ruiru based Red Lands Roses Ltd invested in a solar power plant to use renewable source of energy and to cushion itself from runaway electricity costs and intermittent power losses, the farm is now able to save over Sh450,000 on bills every month while ensuring seamless and uninterrupted business operations, in one of the greatest payoffs of investment in solar energy to have ever been realized in the country’s floriculture industry. But that is one of the many green innovations the 28 hectares farm has adopted, making it a trailblazer in technology in what the owners describe as a business model geared towards cost controlled flower production while embracing the highest levels of quality and meeting the ever-changing customer needs. “We have been aligning the business to tap into technology because we realize that it is not only cost effective but also allows us to be ahead of the market and built our brand, at a time when the industry has become competitive,” said Aldric Spindler the executive director at the farm.


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    ACWA Power inaugurates 120MW Khalladi wind farm in Morocco

    ACWA Power has inaugurated its 120MW Khalladi wind farm in Tangiers,with the aim of supplying clean power to a number of large industrial companies, mainly operating in the cement sector in Morocco at competitive prices. The wind firm is set to produce and supply 370 GWh of energy to industrial companies annually.This is equivalent to a yearly average consumption of a city of 400,000 people and will contribute to the reduction of more than 144,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.The Khalladi wind farm , which was developed by ACWA Power in collaboration with ARIF investment fund, is situated at Jbel Sendouq, 30km from Tangiers and represents an investment of US $170m. This entire project was privately funded and investment was financed with equity from ACWA Power and ARIF with a long tenor debt, from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in collaboration with the Clean Technology Fund (CTF), and the Moroccan BMCE Bank of Africa (BMCE).

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    South Sudan to increase electricity supply

    South Sudan has commissioned a 100MW thermal power plant in Juba the first post-war power project to be installed in the country in bid to increase the country’s power supply and boost economic development. South Sudan which has the worst electricity access record in the world intends to increase the current power by 21% of the total population by 2021, according to an Ecobank report upon completion of the thermal plant. “The total demand according to the 2012 power assessment was 500MW. The construction of this 100MW will close that gap and raise electricity access to 21%,” said Minister of Energy and Dams Dhieu Mathok Diing Wol. The plant, which could come online as early as October, according to Mr Wol, will also drastically reduce South Sudan’s fuel consumption, as the country’s current primary source of electricity is generators, which are run off of heavy fuel. Wol estimates fuel consumption could reduce by 4 million liters per day.


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    Nigeria: Shell Plant to Deliver 624MW to National Grid

    Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC) has said its Afam VI power plant will deliver 624mw electricity into the national grid barring any restrictions from the regulator of the power market. A statement by its Managing Director, Osagie Okunbor, said the intervention has come at a time power generation has suffered a deep plunge following an outage of some thermal power stations. He said the Afam VI power plant, located in Afam village in Oyigbo Local Government Area of Rivers State, uses combined cycle gas turbine technology that burns 40 per cent less gas than plants using older open cycle technologies. Okunbor, according to TheCable, said this has contributed significantly to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. "The SPDC Joint Venture-owned combined cycle power plant is ably maintained to consistently deliver its net dependable capacity of 624MW from an installed capacity of 650MW with its three gas turbines and one steam turbine," he said.


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    Zambia to receive US 11.75m for Ngonye solar power plant project

    The European Investment Bank, EIB has signed a US $11.75 million loan to build Ngonye solar power plant in Zambia. The 34MW solar plant which is aimed to generate around 70GWh of power each year, will help Zambia tackle energy shortage and diversify its electricity generation across the country. The plant will be built by Enel Group and Zambia’s Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) and will be located in the Lusaka South Multi-Facility Economic Zone (MFEZs). “The ongoing initiative to standardize both tendering and financing processes is creating economies of scale for solar projects across the African continent, improving economic viability and resulting in the development of solar power in smaller markets and developing countries,” said Andrew McDowell, EIB Vice-President. “After recent support for solar projects in Morocco and Kenya, the EIB is very proud to support Zambia in exploiting this abundantly available resource for the benefit of its citizens.” he added.

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    KenGen secures AFD loan for 80-MW wind project in Kenya

    Energy producer KenGen on Thursday announced it has struck a deal to get a EUR-60-million (USD 69.7m) soft loan from the French Development Agency (AFD) for the initial phase of a 400-MW wind project in Kenya. Signing of the direct financing agreement comes in addition to a further financing of EUR 60 million from German development bank KfW, KenGen said on Twitter. The funds will support the construction of the first 80-MW stage of the Meru wind farm, set to become operation over the coming years. According to a report by Citizen TV Kenya, KenGen is nearing financial close on the 80-MW project and expects to start construction next year. It cited the company’s managing director Rebecca Miano as saying that KenGen is currently working on acquiring land for the plant, expecting the process to be completed by end-2018.

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    SunEQ Namibia announces financial close for 5 MW of PV

    SunEQ GmbH, a Hamburg-based solar asset development platform, said early this week it has reached financial close for a 5-MW solar photovoltaic (PV) project in Namibia. The plant will be built in the Otjozondjupa region for Ohorongo Cement, the largest cement factory in the African country. The Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) has helped SunEQ secure financing. Namibia Infrastructure Finance Ltd (NIFCO), an unlisted infrastructure investment company established and managed by IJG Capital (Pty) Ltd and Old Mutual Investment Group (Namibia) (Pty) Ltd, has a 60% stake in the solar project, while Hungileni Investment, a firm majority-owned by female previously disadvantaged Namibian (PDN) shareholders controls 30%. This leaves 10% for SunEQ, which is a sister company of German solar consulting company Suntrace GmbH The solar farm, whose capacity in direct current (DC) stands at 6.5 MW, will have about 20,000 crystalline silicon modules and will use a tracking system. Gildemeister Energy Solutions GmbH is co-developer and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor. Commercial operation is to start at the end of the current month. SunEQ said the annual output is estimated at 14 GWh.


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    Development agreement signed to progress Mozambique gas project

    Globeleq, lead partner in the Temane Energy Consortium (TEC), and Electricidade de Moçambique E.P. (EDM) have signed a joint development agreement, which will progress the 400MW gas-fired power project located at Temane in Inhambane Province. The agreement was signed on the sidelines of the 2018 Africa Energy Forum, in Mauritius. To date, Temane has been developed by EDM and Sasol New Energy Holdings (Sasol), with EDM holding 51% and Sasol 49% in the project. TEC will take a 60% stake in EDM’s shareholding of the local SPV company, with EDM holding the remaining 40%. The project will supply low cost, reliable power to EDM through a 25-year tolling agreement using natural gas supplied from the Pande-Temane fields operated by Sasol and ENH, the state-owned hydrocarbon company. Globeleq and its TEC partner, eleQtra, have proven track records in successful gas-fired power projects in Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Tanzania and Cameroon. TEC will also provide support to EDM in the development of the Temane Transmission Project.


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    Oserian Flower Farm bets on the world largest geothermal heating system, natural solutions to grow flowers

    Kenya's leading flower grower and exporter Oserian Development Corporation has come up with a raft of measures aimed at maintaining production over a long period of time without compromising on natural systems or its responsibility to workers, suppliers and the local communities. In an attempt to strengthen access to international markets, players in the flower sector trooped to Britain and the Netherlands in November 2014 to ascertain their ‘sustainability story’ to a jittery market. From the two meetings, it emerged that responsible cultivation of flowers in Kenya, environment stewardship and social responsibility by all players in the value chain, would enable Kenya’s flowers to be branded as responsibly grown. Three years down the line, the reality that growers are facing a market that is increasingly getting concerned over unsustainable practices dawned on the industry when supermarkets stated that they will only be sourcing flowers from growers involved in sustainable practices.


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    Tororo’s 14 Gigawatt solar plant to boost trade

    Tororo- The installation of the Shs7.4 billion solar plant in Tororo District is set to improve access to power and also boost trade in eastern region, leaders have said. The solar plant has more than 32,240 photo voltaic panels and sits on a 14-hectare piece of land in Asinget Village, eight miles off Tororo-Jinja highway. It will generate about 14 Gigawatt hours (GWh) of clean energy per year. GWh is a unit of energy representing one billion watt hours and is equivalent to one million kilowatt hours. Gigawatt hours are often used as a measure of the output of large electricity power stations. The project, which is developed under the Global Energy Transfer Feed in Tariff support scheme for renewable energy projects managed by Germany’s KfW Development Bank in partnership with Uganda’s Electricity Regulatory Agency (ERA), is funded by the governments of Norway, Germany, and the United Kingdom. During the commissioning of the solar plant last year, State minister for Mineral Development Peter Lokeris said it will produce enough power to supply more than 170,593 homes for both domestic and commercial use.


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    Tanzania: Renewables investment on the rise

    Total Tanzania has revealed plans to expand its investment into renewables with a strategic focus on solar energy and bio-energies. "For Total contributing to the development of renewable energies is as much a strategic choice as an industrial responsibility," said the vice-president for Total East and Central Africa, Jean Christian Bergeron. "We are doing our part to diversify the global energy mix by investing in renewable, with a strategic focus on solar energy and bio-energies,” Bergeron added. The company’s investment on renewables is complimenting the government’s efforts to generate sufficient electricity for smooth implementation of the industrialisation drive and assuring off-grid population access reliable and cost efficient power. Currently, the government is executing natural gas power projects at Kinyerezi area in Dar es Salaam and has initiated 2,100MW Stiegler's Gorge power project expected to be completed over a period of 36 months.


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    Nigeria: Group Canvasses Commercialisation of Renewable Energy in Nigeria

    As part of efforts to bridge the gap between research, development and marketing in the renewable energy sector in Nigeria, Women in Renewable Energy Nigeria (W.I.R.E) has called on government, development and funding partners to create a system of safe sale platforms where researchers in the industry can access capital funds for commercial production. The Editor for Environment Africa Magazine, Sam Ifeanyi Owosu who made this call at the second edition of W.I.R.E 2.0 in Lagos said there are various technologies available in the renewable energy sector but the appropriate mechanism to deploy them for commercial purpose is absent, thereby creating a vacuum in the emerging industry.Nwosu who is the founder of W.I.R.E observed the need not only to develop the industry in terms of creating technologies, but also to grow the market to accommodate the sector.


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    Australian firm gets nod for 300MW wind farm

    Dares Salaam: Tanzania is set for a wind farm, which has a capacity to produce up to 300 megawatts of electricity, after issuance of an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) Certificate for the project. The certificate allows the project developer - Windlab Developments Tanzania Ltd – to construct the Miombo Hewani Wind Farm and Transmission line project, located 10km north of Makambako, in Njombe Region.Windlab Developments Tanzania Ltd is a subsidiary of Windlab Limited, which is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX:WND). The ESIA certificate which was signed on May 30, 2018 is the first to be issued in the country for a wind farm project. Miombo Hewani will be built in phases with the first one expected to be around 100MW and include up to 34 wind turbines as well as electrical infrastructure connecting the wind farm to national electricity grid at the Makambako substations, the company said in a statement issued yesterday.


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    World Bank provides funding for Morocco’s Noor-Midelt complex

    The World Bank has approved $125 million in additional support for Morocco’s adoption of innovative solar technology, as part of the national goal of developing the country’s world-class solar and wind energy resources. The additional financing, which includes $25 million from the Clean Technology Fund, will support the development and construction of the Noor-Midelt I and II plants, which will have a total capacity of 600-800MW. “This is yet another step toward a promising clean energy future for Morocco,” said Marie Francoise Marie-Nelly, World Bank country director for the Maghreb. “The Noor-Midelt power complex seals Morocco’s position as the region’s pioneer in renewable energy,” Marie-Nelly added. Noor-Midelt complex. The Noor-Midelt complex will be Morocco’s second concentrated solar power (CSP) complex built under the Noor Solar Plan. The solar plan is a critical component of the country’s goal of producing 52% of its electricity through renewable energy by 2030.


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    Kenya: Menengai geothermal project receives funding

    The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a senior loan of $29.5 million and a concessional loan of $20 million from the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Clean Technology Fund (CTF) to Quantum Power East Africa GT Menengai. The funding will be directed towards the development of a 35MW geothermal power plant at the Menengai geothermal field in Nakuru County, one of three modular geothermal plants in the Menengai field with a combined capacity of 105MW. The project is part of the CTF Geothermal Concessional Finance Program under the Dedicated Private Sector Program designed to finance programs that can deliver development results, impact, private-sector leverage and investment at scale and can be deployed rapidly and efficiently. “Kenya has nearly 7,000MW of geothermal potential, yet only about 200MW is currently being developed,” said Amadou Hott, Vice-President, Power, Energy, Climate and Green Growth at the African Development Bank.


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    Kibo Mining partners with Mozambique energy company

    The multi-asset Africa-focused energy and resource company, Kibo Mining has signed a Joint Venture Agreement (the Benga Power JV) with Mozambique energy company Termoeléctrica de Benga S.A. (Termoeléctrica) to construct and operate a 150-300MW coal-fired power station. The JV will participate in the further assessment and potential development of the Benga Independent Power Project (BIPP). Kibo Mining and Termoeléctrica shall hold initial participation interests in the unincorporated joint venture of 65% and 35% respectively. The Benga Power JV is another step in advancing Kibo’s strategy to position the company as a leading regional energy player. Subject to the successful outcomes of further and more detailed studies on the BIPP, the company envisages being able to develop the BIPP in an expedited manner alongside its Mbeya Coal to Power Project (MCPP) in Tanzania and the recently acquired Mabesekwa Coal Independent Power Project (Mabesekwa) in Botswana.


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    Namibia: new solar project to push socio-economic development agenda

    Namibia's minister of mines and energy Tom Alweendo has underlined the need for government and private sector to collaborate in order to address socio-economic development challenges. Alweendo said this when he launched the B2Gold Otjiko Solar Farm in the Otjozondjupa region. The solar plant will serve as a sustainable power solution as B2Gold works to improve economic returns, reduce impacts on the environment, and could potentially be a funding source for community development. It is reported that last year B2Gold signed a memorandum of understanding with Total Namibia, which will commit two cents of every litre of heavy fuel oil (HFO) sold to B2Gold Namibia to the Namibian Chamber of Environment. "The expected saving on the consumption of HFO is in the region of 20%. This will not only reduce costs, but will also significantly reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions into our pristine skies," he noted.


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