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Mocuba solar power plant inaugurated in Mozambique

Tuesday, 20 Aug 2019
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Mozambique has launched the 40 MW Mocuba solar power in the province of Zambézia, in eastern part of the country. The inauguration ceremony was performed by the President of Mozambique Filipe Jacinto Nyusi.

The solar plant project built by a consortium of Scatec Solar and partners is spread over an area of 200 ha of which 170 ha is occupied by solar panels of the plant. It is presently dominated by hydro power with dams on the Zambezi river, as well as the Cahora Bassa dam (2,075 MW).

The solar power plant which will be connected to the national grid, will make a significant contribution to increase the country’s share of renewable energy by providing clean energy to about 1,75,000 households.

The independent power producer (IPP) Scatec Solar is part of the consortium that owns the Mocuba solar photovoltaic plant. The other shareholders of the project are; the state-owned company Electricidade de Mozambique (EDM) and KLP Norfund Investments, a financial institution owned by the Oslo-based insurance company.

The Mocuba solar project was also supported by the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF) of the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG), a multi-donor organization with members from seven European countries and the World Bank Group. The electricity produced will be sold under the 25 year power purchase agreement (PPA) signed in 2016.

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