Angola: Renewable IPP procurement programme review

Issue 386 - 14 Feb 2019 | 1 minute read
The government of Angola, through the Ministry of Energy and Water, has invited expressions of interest from consultants by 1 March to carry out a review of the regulatory and institutional framework of the renewable energy sector for the establishment of a competitive procurement programme for independent power producers (IPPs). The contract will be financed from a $1m grant from the Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa.

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