The Jiji-Mulembwe project will finance the construction of 2 hydropower stations with a total capacity of 48 MW, generating clean electricity and replacing those produced from costly alternative sources such as diesel generators.
Only 4% of
Demand for electricity is expected to grow from 46 MW in 2012 to 92 MW by 2018 and could reach as high as 192 MW by 2025.
By developing hydropower, the
The Jiji-Mulembwe hydropower project will deliver clean, low-cost hydropower and development impact for
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