Mozambique-Malawi power interconnector (Moma)

Mozambique-Malawi Regional Interconnector Project delayed again

Issue 509 - 08 Jul 2024 - By Marc Howard | 2 minute read

Another series of delays have postponed the commissioning of the Mozambique-Malawi Regional Interconnector Project (Moma), the World Bank Group (WBG) has confirmed. The 218km, 400kV line will connect Malawi’s isolated grid to the Southern African Power Pool (Sapp) and add a badly-needed source of electrons to its grid – with a 50MW allocation expected from state-owned independent power producer (IPP) Hidroeléctrica de Cahora Bassa.

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