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Many countries in Africa view renewable energy as a game changer when it comes to access to electricity. This is especially true for Zimbabwe and its rural development. Ellen Fungisai Chipango explores how socio-economic conditions shape renewable energy uptake in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe has been plagued with recent electricity troubles and in a bid to increase supply the country is in negotiations with Zambia and Mozambique. If agreed upon, the country will import an additional 280MW from the two countries.
The Zimbabwean Energy and Power Development Minister, will soon lead a delegation to South Africa to finalise a new power supply deal.
Eskom has confirmed that ZESA has made payment, which is reflecting in its account; however, there is still an outstanding debt in play.
Zimbabwe's minister of energy, Advocate Fortune Chasi, explains his decision to dissolve the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) board.
Zimbabwe's energy minister says government is planning to adopt an energy mix-based tariff structure as opposed to the prevailing commodity-based tariff for mining companies to ensure production efficiency.
The Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) is in need of $20 million to replace over 4,000 transformers that have been either vandalised or stolen across the country. Speaking at an energy conference held concurrently with...
A parliamentary committee is calling for the $202 million Gwanda Solar Project tender to be withdrawn. In addition, they said former ministers must be prosecuted if they flouted tender procedures in awarding the contract. The...
The Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) has acquired transformers worth $6,5 million to be installed at Chertsey and Marvel substations. The Herald reported that the assets were secured under the ZimFund, a facility that pools...