Zambia: Ngonye hydro procurement


Issue 418 - 26 Jun 2020 | 1 minute read
A request for proposals is scheduled to be issued in Q3 to prequalified engineering, procurement and construction contractors to build the 180MW Ngonye Falls hydropower plant on the Zambezi River. Prequalification for the project got under way last year. The tender comes despite uncertainty about the direction of the power sector in the country, with national utility Zesco taking on ever more debt and the government picking a fight with the Copperbelt Energy Corporation, Zesco’s most reliable source of income.

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