Zambia: 19MW Geothermal Capacity Potential Announced

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  • Kalahari GeoEnergy Ltd, the Zambian geothermal exploration company whose objective is to be a regional producer of sustainable baseload power, has announced that the ongoing Feasibility Study (FS) has modelled an initial power capacity of 5-7 Megawatt gross electrical (MWe,g) on the shallow outflow reservoir within the Bwanda section of the Bweengwa River Geothermal Resource Area.
  • Further capacity in the order of 10-12 MWe can conceivably be expected from ongoing exploration work at other selected targets.

Gas sampling and subsequent analysis have also detected high levels of helium in the geothermal fluids.

Link to full report summary HERE 

Author: GBA News Desk


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