Namibia to Get Floating Solar Plant,
Wednesday May 22, 2019  Printer Friendly Email this article

In Namibia, independent power producer Droege Energy will establish a floating solar power plant on Lake Malawi. The solar plant, which will have a capacity of 20 MW, will be the first of its kind in the country.

Droege also signed a contract to buy production from a wind farm. The Mphamvu Mzimba wind farm will have a capacity of 50 MW.

These projects are part of the 14 power purchase agreements signed by Namibia's Electrical Regulatory Authority to increase the country's power generation capacity.

In total, the national power sector has 20 contracts with independent generators that will build plants with a combined capacity of 367 MW.

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