According to bank documents, the project objective is to increase access to electricity for households and enterprises in Mozambique.
The proposed Project will support the expansion of access to peri-urban and rural areas by harnessing and extending existing grid network in OEA and Non-OEA areas and by piloting mini-grids in Non-OEA areas. The Project will support three components that aims at connecting on-grid and off-grid households based on a sustainable approach to electrification that incorporates proven international experience, technical assistance and capacity building support.
Zayra Luz Gabriela Romo Mercado, Mariano Salto
Senior Energy Specialist
Ministry of Economy and Finance
Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy
Director of Planning and Cooperation
Fundo de Energia (FUNAE)
Electricidade de Moçambique (EdM)
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