Zimbabwe: Nyangani RE launches solar scheme


Issue 364 - 01 Mar 2018 | 2 minute read
Independent power producer Nyangani Renewable Energy has commissioned the company’s first solar mini-grid, Riverside Solar Power Station, with capacity to produce 2.5MW of electricity. Built at a cost of $3.5m in Mutoko district in south-eastern Zimbabwe, the solar farm will supply 4,700MWh/yr to the national grid. The first phase has been built on one quarter of the available land, and the entire project, which is divided into four phases, will eventually generate 10MW.

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