Zimbabwe to Construct Transmission Line with Neighbors
Monday, July 24, 2017  Printer Friendly Email this article

The Zimbabwean electricity transmission and distribution company (ZETDC) announced plans to start construction of a 1,000-km power line next year in partnership with Mozambique and South Africa.

According to Ikhupuleng Dube, ZETDC's Director of Systems Development, the 400 kVA line with a maximum carrying capacity of 1,740 MW will start from Mozambique and will cross southern Zimbabwe to Limpopo province in South Africa.

The transmission line will be built in three phases and work is expected to start next year and will end in 2021

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