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Construction of mega solar power plant in Namibia to begin soon

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A solar power plant in Namibia in the mining town of Arandis, this comes after Arandis Solar Energy which is an independent power producer, fruitfully tendered for the construction of the new power plant in 2015.

The new mega solar power plant in Namibia is projected to cost US$ 6m and will be constructed on a piece of land that measures 12.5 hectares which will afterwards be leased from Arandis Town Council.

Readmore..... Wednesday, 21 September 2016 11:51
 
   

Tanzania opens talks on construction of natural gas processing plant

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Tanzania is in talks with six oil companies on the construction of a natural gas processing plant in the country.

The Ministry of Energy held consultations with the six companies namely; Statoil ASA, ExxonMobil, BG Group, Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Ohir Energy Plc and Pavilion Energy Pte Ltd as well as Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC), Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (Pura) and Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) ahead of a stakeholders’ meeting which is set for the end of November.

Readmore..... Tuesday, 20 September 2016 12:19
 
   

Kenya banks on underground power network to end interruptions

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In a bid to end frequent power cuts, utility firm Kenya Power is in the process of implementing a Sh13bn underground power network project in Nairobi. The cabling project is expected to reinforce the Nairobi City Centre bulk power supply system by providing alternative supply to the existing substations.

Readmore..... Monday, 19 September 2016 12:12
 
   

Construction of Ethiopia’s Ankober-Dulecha Road Launched

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The construction of Ethiopia’s Ankober-Dulecha road has been launched and is expected to streamline the countries transport industry once complete,Ethiopian Road Authority has said.

According to the Ethiopian Road Authority the project will see a total of 40 Kilometers and will be cconstructed using the latest concrete asphalt technology.

The Ankober-Dulecha road which is expected to link Amhara with Afar state in Ethiopia has begun at a cost of US$38.65m

Readmore..... Thursday, 15 September 2016 12:38
 
   

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