GL Africa Energy UK has been awarded a tender to build and operate a 250 MW gas-powered plant by the Government of Mozambique.
The power plant at Nakala District will utilize gas from the Rovuma basin.
GL Africa Energy UK is among 3 firms that have been selected from 14 firms that originally bid for the Natural Gas Development Projects in the Rovuma gas basin.
The project is a key milestone towards fulfilling GL Africa Energy UK’s mission to generate 1,000 MW of power in the Great Lakes and Southern Africa region by 2020.
“We are delighted to have been selected by the Government of Mozambique to help harness the significant potential of the Rovuma Basin gas reserves. Through state-of-the art power projects such as the Nakala District facility, GL Africa Energy is playing a vital role in generating affordable power to address the significant energy shortfall in the region and drive the development of the African Continent,” said Humphrey Kariuki, Chairman of GL Africa Energy UK.
GL Africa Energy Limited is a Kenyan owned UK registered Company that is investing in energy solutions in the Great Lakes and Southern Africa regions.