Mozambique Signs New 17 Month 20MW Power Supply Deal With eSwatini

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  • Mozambique’s Electricity Company (EDM) has signed a new contract to supply power to the Kingdom of Eswatini, indicates an official statement issued Monday by EDM.

The contract has a duration of 17 months and provides for EDM to supply 20 megawatts of power, a quantity that can be revised depending on the needs of Eswatini Electricity Company (EEC), the note indicates.

“The bilateral relationship between EDM and EEC is over a decade old, with Mozambique and South Africa being the main suppliers of energy that that country imports to meet over 70 percent of its domestic consumption needs,” the note said.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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