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Energy Finance & Investment News in Zimbabwe

Uhuru Energy secures US$51 M for 310MW solar plant in Zimbabwe

Uhuru Energy secures US$51 M for 310MW solar plant in Zimbabwe

🕔Nov 2, 2017

Independent Power Producer (IPP), Uhuru Energy, has obtained US$51 million from an unnamed Chinese State-owned firm for the first phase of its 310 MW  solar photovoltaic (PV) project in Zimbabwe.

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Sunco Power seeks financing for 20 MW solar project in Zimbabwe

Sunco Power seeks financing for 20 MW solar project in Zimbabwe

🕔Mar 10, 2016

Sunco Power Co Pvt Ltd, a Zimbabwe-registered start-up, is looking to obtain financing for a 20 MW solar PV park to be constructed in the south of Zimbabwe.

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Sunbird Bioenergy signs agreement for bioethanol plant in Zimbabwe

Sunbird Bioenergy signs agreement for bioethanol plant in Zimbabwe

🕔Oct 20, 2015

China New Energy Limited (CNE) has announced that Sunbird Bioenergy Limited, its project partner in Africa, has signed an agreement with the Republic of Zimbabwe to develop a 120 million litre cassava to bioethanol plant in the Machonaland Central Province of the country. 

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Winners announced for Zimbabwe solar projects

Winners announced for Zimbabwe solar projects

🕔Oct 19, 2015

According to sources, Zimbabwe's State Procurement Board (SPB) has finally awarded tenders for solar power projects with a combined output of 300 MW to three firms.

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Norton Rose Fulbright is appointed international legal counsel on South African interconnector project

Norton Rose Fulbright is appointed international legal counsel on South African interconnector project

🕔May 29, 2015

Norton Rose Fulbright, is advising the Southern African Power Pool (SAPP) on the development of the regional interconnector transmission line between Mozambique, Zimbabwe and South Africa (MoZiSA).

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Standard Bank to loan for Zimbabwe’s hydro project

Standard Bank to loan for Zimbabwe’s hydro project

🕔Oct 22, 2014

Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) and NamPower, Namibia’s power utility, have signed a US$150 million power purchase agreement to secure finance for the expansion of Kariba South Hydropower Station project.

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Stanbic Bank to provide US$160m loan for the expansion of the Kariba South hydropower project

Stanbic Bank to provide US$160m loan for the expansion of the Kariba South hydropower project

🕔Oct 16, 2014

Stanbic Bank South Africa will provide an US$160 million loan to Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) for the expansion of Kariba South Hydropower Station project.

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