Zimbabwe: Sable Chemicals, Tatanga Energy plan 400MW solar park for Kwekwe


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Issue 385 - 31 Jan 2019 - By Tonderayi Mukeredzi | 4 minute read

Sable Chemicals is working with Tatanga Energy, a local energy infrastructure development company, to build the 50MW first phase of a solar park at the ammonium nitrate fertiliser manufacturer’s plant at Kwekwe in central Zimbabwe. The project is a joint venture between Sable, the land owner, co-developer and services manager, Sable’s parent Masawara Plc, and Tatanga Energy. Masawara owns 70% of the project while Tatanga holds the remaining 30%.

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