Mozambique launches tenders for hybrid solar mini-grids

A call for tenders has been launched in Mozambique for a technical and financial feasibility study for the construction of five hybrid solar mini-grids. The call was launched by the Mozambican Energy Fund (Funae) and the Belgian Development Agency (Enabel).

Three of the facilities will be located in the province of Zambezia and two in Nampula. The facilities will increase access to electricity in rural areas using renewable energy. Interested companies have until

The new call for tenders is part of phase 2 of the Renewable Energy for Rural Development (RERD2), which aims to provide electricity services from renewable energy sources in rural areas, specifically hydroelectricity, solar and hybrid solar. The project will run until 2023.

 

Source: AE Africa

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