Mozambique: Cahora Bassa Hydro Generation up by 4.7% in 2020

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  • Mozambique’s 2075MW Cahora Bassa Hydroelectric (HCB) plant managed to produce a total 15,350.8 GWh of energy in 2020, a figure that represents a 2.7% overshoot of the planned target for the year, and a 4.7% increase the figure for 2019.

HCB will continue to implement its planned modernisation of the electro-producer park and its operation and maintenance processes, with the overall aim of improving power reliability and equipment availability rates.

Related news: Cahora Bassa profits increase on increased generation

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

Source: HCB

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