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Energy in Mozambique
An ambitious new power project in Southern Africa brings together some of the biggest names in development
During a recent mission to the country, the OPEC Fund signed a US$36 million loan agreement to bring reliable power at a competitive price for the people of Mozambique.
Energy demand in Mozambique is growing considerably, but the country’s electricity supply is not constant, and blackouts can disrupt industrial production and domestic life. Against this backdrop, the Temane Regional Electricity Project (TREP) is a priority for the Mozambique government as it aims to create a unified electricity grid and improve the country’s energy security.