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Government invested 115 million dollars in hydroelectric power to benefit more than 22 thousand inhabitants of the south

The Government invested around 115.7 million dollars in the rehabilitation of the hydroelectric plant in Matala, Huíla province, to guarantee electricity to over 22,600 inhabitants of the southern region of the country, it was announced.


The Ministry of Energy and Water states, in a public note, that the infrastructure, whose rehabilitation work began in 2019, will respond to the electricity consumption needs of the provinces of Huíla and Namibe, southern Angola.

To respond to the production deficit recorded in the region, the Government invested 115 million dollars in the rehabilitation of equipment at the hydroelectric plant, substation and electrical network in Vila da Matala, details the ministry.

With the entry into operation of the third turbine, the hydroelectric unit, which will be reopened this Friday, will produce 40.8 megawatts of energy, 13.6 megawatts more than its previous production capacity.

The rehabilitation of the Matala plant should guarantee energy production for the next twenty years and thus benefit more than 22,600 inhabitants connected to the southern interconnected system.


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