Cabeólica, ALER’s Member, published its 2019 Annual Report, where it is stated that the electricity generated by the company's four wind farms prevented the emission of 53,692 tons of CO2 in 2019, despite a production drop of 7.7 % compared to 2018.
12 competitors expressed their interest in participating in the tender recently launched by the Government for the construction of a solar power plant in Dondo district, Sofala province, under the PROLER auction programme. A total of 135 entities, national and international, purchased the tender documents. The ternder-opening act took place on November 23.
AMER will hold the 4th session of its series of webinars next December 15 with the theme "IPPs in Mozambique". The event will be divided into two sessions and ALER's Executive Director will be the moderador of sessio A, a round table to discuss IPPs in Mozambique.
ALER announces the publication of the Mozambique Market Sheet, a summary document that discloses exclusive market data in a simple, fast and easy way. It includes the latest information on legislation, tariffs, projects, programmes and stakeholders for the various market segments. Guarantee your access to this document now!
You can now download the report for free and access the presentations and the recording of the Webinar of November 20 to learn about all sustainable energy market opportunities in the country.
Check out the recording of the session “Hosted Digital Dialogue on the Role of an Energy Network in Portuguese Speaking Countries” organized by ALER and ADENE on November 13, integrated in the program of the Africa Energy Forum 2020.
EDP, ALER’s Member is preparing to sponsor new clean energy access projects in five African countries, including Angola and Mozambique, through the A2E Fund. The third edition of this financing program has €500,000 and two new target locations.
Cape Verde remains firm on the path towards energy transition, with a view to increase the country's resilience to external shocks, reducing energy dependence, making full use of the potential of existing renewable energies, promoting energy efficiency and electric mobility.
The contribution of renewable energies to the goal of universal access is essential, as it allows the timely installation of medium-scale renewable solar plants in locations close to the load centers and the dispersion of their location to ensure redundancies and ensure greater security of supply.
On October 13, AMER organised a webinar divided into two sessions focused on the topic of Mini-Grids in Mozambique, attended by 199 participants distributed in 29 countries. This webinar is part of the AMER webinar series and the next will be held on December 15.