Implats Marula Mine in South Africa issues EPC tender for 30MW solar PV project

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  • Implats Marula has issued an expression of interest notice to solar PV EPC’s for the engineering procurement, construction, operation and maintenance of a 30 MW solar plant on land supplied at their mine.  
  • Implats previously issued an RFI for a 10MW solar PV project at their mine in 2020. Read more 

Marula is 73% owned by Implats and is situated in the Limpopo province, 50km north-west of Burgersfort in South Africa. Marula holds two contiguous mining rights covering 5494ha across the farms Winaarshoek and Clapham, and portions of the farms Driekop and Forest Hill. Hybrid and conventional mining methods are used.

The closing date for request for proposal submissions is 12:00 on June 26. Documents can be requested by sending an email to

Good luck!

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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