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Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority
The approved flat rate across all electricity tariffs in Zimbabwe will allow Zesa to focus on expanding the grid and on maintenance. This will ensure high quality services are delivered to the citizens of Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has, in terms of Section 53 of the Electricity Act and effective on the 1st of January 2022, increased electricity tariffs by 12.3%.
With the majority of countries around the world moving away from coal, Dinde villagers in Zimbabwe fear immediate displacement and environment degradation from a new coal project.
Zimbabwe intends to generate 100MW from wind by 2025 and the government is in the process of making funds available to carry out a viable feasibility study.
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange has commissioned its own solar power plant with a generation capacity of up to 40kVA to combat countrywide power outages.
The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority has granted a generation licence to a local consortium, for the development of a 90MW solar power.
Zimbabwean-based Independent Power Producers (IPPs) have requested that the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) award them independent licenses to produce their own energy. According to the Herald, the energy regulatory authority revealed this in notices...
The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has had to crush a third batch of incandescent light bulbs since government passed the law banning the importation, manufacture or sale of conventional lights, in May 2017. The Herald...