Essar Africa To End Zim’s Electricity Woes

19 February 2012

Zimbabwe Mail  | February 18, 2012

Bulawayo,- Essar Africa Holdings Limited (EAHL), an Indian steel making company has applied to the government to construct and operate a 600 Megawatt (MW) station to generate and supply electricity across the Zimbabwe.

According to a notice by the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA), the proposed electricity generation station by EAHL will be situated in the Sinamatela area, about 2kilometres from the Hwange airstrip.

EAHL is a subsidiary of subsidiary of the Indian based Essar Group that snatched 60 percent shareholding in the ailing Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (ZISCO) that amounts to 53 percent stake-in a partnership deal that seeks to revive operations at the steel company.

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Bulawayo,- Essar Africa Holdings Limited (EAHL), an Indian steel making company has applied to the government to construct and operate a 600 Megawatt (MW) station to generate and supply electricity across the Zimbabwe.

 

According to a notice by the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA), the proposed electricity generation station by EAHL will be situated in the Sinamatela area, about 2kilometres from the Hwange airstrip.EAHL is a subsidiary of subsidiary of the Indian based Essar Group that snatched 60 percent shareholding in the ailing Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (ZISCO) that amounts to 53 percent stake-in a partnership deal that seeks to revive operations at the steel company.


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