News tagged "Solar"

Jordan to install solar power systems on 35 mosques

Jordan to install solar power systems on 35 mosques

12th July 2019

According to *Constructionweekonline news report, Jordan’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources will install solar power systems on 35 mosques across the region, with the programme expected to save $846,000 in electricity expenses and 1,647 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually.[..]

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Botswana to award tender for 100 MW solar capacity plant

Botswana to award tender for 100 MW solar capacity plant

10th July 2019

According to *Constructionreviewonline news report, Botswana is set to is set to award a tender for 100 MW of solar capacity plant to an independent power producer (IPP). This is after it had cancelled process for the selection of a JV partner for the power project.[..]

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Zimbabwe to construct three solar photovoltaic power plants

Zimbabwe to construct three solar photovoltaic power plants

24th May 2019

According to *Constructionreviewonline news report, Zimbabwe is set to construct three solar photovoltaic power plants with a total capacity of 250MW by independent producers at a cost of US $400m. According to the project leaders, the projects comes at a time when the country is in urgent need of adapting its electricity production to climate change[..]

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Kenya strikes deal to construct 300MW solar plant in Zambia

Kenya strikes deal to construct 300MW solar plant in Zambia

18th April 2019

According to *Constructionreviewonline news report, Kenya strikes a deal to construct a 300MW solar plant in Zambia at a cost of US $500m aimed at expanding the county’s generation capacity, re-balancing the dependency on hydropower and supporting the rural electrification programme.[..]

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Malawi to construct 300 solar charging stations

Malawi to construct 300 solar charging stations

3rd April 2019

According to *Constructionreviewonline news report, Malawi through Kumudzi Kuwale Limited is set to light up rural villages by constructing 300 charging stations by 2021. Kristian Viflot, Director of Charging Stations, Kumudzi Kuwale Limited confirmed the reports and said that the project aims at providing light to an estimated 150,000 rural Malawians.[..]

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GCC opening up to major solar projects, says S&P

GCC opening up to major solar projects, says S&P

27th April 2018

According to *Tradearabia news report, the GCC region is opening up to major solar projects, taking advantage of its sunny climate and large tracts of available land, said S&P Global Ratings, a leader in financial research and analysis.[..]

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