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[img:Hwange.thumbnail.jpg| ]26 July 2013 - Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) which is owned by India based Vedanta Resources says it is exploring for coal and may build a power plant in Zambia to reduce electricity costs.

KCM, which started exploration at the prospect in the Sinazongwe district of Zambia’s Southern province in 2013 could build a power station to generate up to 300 MW, provided it finds enough coal with the necessary energy levels, the company’s strategy and business development director Brad Gnanasivam told Bloomberg.

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