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Angola completes project for the largest hydroelectric power plant with 2070 megawatts

Construction work on the Laúca Hydroelectric Facility (AH), the largest undertaking of its kind in Angola, has been completed, with an installed capacity of 2070 megawatts, the Ministry of Energy and Water announced this Friday.


According to a note from the Ministry of Energy and Water, the AH de Laúca, located in the province of Malanje, started to produce energy at full capacity after the start-up of the Ecological Center, which with its 65.5 megawatts of installed power, joins the main plant, totaling 2070 megawatts of installed capacity.

With the end of the works and the entry into full operation, Laúca currently responds to 40 percent of Angola's energy demand, with a total annual production capacity of 9000 gigawatts/hour.

The AH de Laúca is the largest hydroelectric power plant in Angola, the project having been developed by the Government, through the Ministry of Energy and Water, represented by GAMEK, and built by the Brazilian company Odebrecht.

The note highlights that the infrastructure has advanced technologies and efficient engineering "capable of developing the best projects and solutions".


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