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DR Congo: Ivanhoe looks to hydroelectric power as Kamoa-Kakula copper ambitions become clear

Issue 476 - 10 Jan 2023 - By Marc Howard | 2 minute read

Ivanhoe Mines has announced that output at its Kamoa-Kakula copper mining complex in Lualaba province saw a 215% year-on-year increase in 2022. The Toronto Stock Exchange-listed company said Kamoa-Kakula would soon become “one of the world’s leading producers” of copper. Hydroelectric power (HEP) forms a cornerstone of the company’s goal of net-zero operational greenhouse gas emissions at the mine.

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