Electrification
moves on in Mozambique
 
Maputo, Mozambique — ESI-AFRICA.COM — 06 January 2012 – The district of Lalaua, in Mozambique’s Nampula province, has been linked up to the country’s national power grid, according to the Mozambican state electricity company Electricidade de Mozambique (EDM).

Revealing this here, EDM reported that with the electrification of Lalaua district, a total of 106 of Mozambique’s 128 districts were now linked to the national grid.

The investment carried out by EDM in the district included building a 75km medium voltage power transmission line and 5km of low voltage transmission line.

This project to provide power to another district cost US$3 million, which was secured by a loan from India’s Export Import Bank.