Shining a light on new technologies

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Working to address energy poverty

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Malawi Energy Sector & Policy News

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Charity, Mishap and energy shots

"Millenium Challenge account-Malawi (MCA-M) is implementing infrastructure, natural resources and power sector reform projects in Malawi worth $350.7 million (about K250 billion) among them is construction of a 400kv overhead line from Balaka to Lilongwe and rehabilitation of Nkula A Hydropower Station".

Seeking answers to energy challenges. Source The Daily Times, Oct 03, 2017.

Interview with Solar Traders Association Director Chisambazi Nyirenda

"Power outages have now become a norm as the country continuos to rely on hydro power to generate electricity. Over the years, water levels in Lake Malawi have continued to go down, partly because of changes in climate patterns, thereby affecting flow in the Shire River where the country taps power to generate electricity".

Malawi's power project deadline intact - MCC, Source: The Nation, Sep 21, 2017.

     "The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) sazs it is optimistic to complete Malawi's power sector compact programme by September next year."

     "MCC, a US government agency, is implementing a $350 million copmact to boost Malawi's power sector by paving the way for business investments in the area".