Namibia Announces $338 Million, 5-Year Renewable-Energy Strategy
Friday, July 26, 2019
By Kaula Nhongo
Namibia’s state-run utility will build four plants powered by renewable energy over the next five years as the southern African nation seeks to guarantee local supplies and cut its use of fossil fuels.
The plants, which will harness biomass, solar and wind to generate a combined 220 megawatts, will cost 4.7 billion Namibian dollars ($338 million), Namibia Power Corp.
Photo courtesy of James Moran.