Mozambique’s Ncondezi Energy launches solar and BESS feasibility study

Ncondezi Energy Limited has recently launched a feasibility study for the 300 MW solar photovoltaic and battery energy storage system (BESS) project in Tete, Mozambique, which is being undertaken by Ncondezi Green Power Holding Limited, its wholly owned green energy subsidiary.

WSP Group Africa Limited will lead the feasibility study, which will take about four months to complete. The study will follow a modular design approach, allowing for greater flexibility, including the possibility of a scaled development programme of 30 MW, 60 MW, 100 MW, 200 MW, as well as 300 MW. The project will be located within the Ncondezi mining concession 5967C, which spans over 25,000 hectares in the Moatize and Chiuta districts of Tete Province.

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