HARARE, September 4, (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) has applied to set up three solar power plants in the country, in a move aimed at improving electricity supply.
By Plaxedes Sibanda, HARARE, July 31 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s energy regulator will go ahead with plans to introduce mandatory fuel marking which it says will curb rampant fuel smuggling which is prejudicing the country of an estimated $1 billion annually in unpaid taxes. The… Read More
HARARE, July 6 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s consumption of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is expected to rise by 20 percent on an annualized basis as the country turns to the fuel to avoid huge electricity bills, the energy regulator has said.
HARARE, May 22 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) says regulations to guide the introduction of mandatory fuel marking to curb illegal fuel sales and increase fuel tax revenue, is now complete and awaits review. According to an industry research last year,… Read More
HARARE, July 20 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s energy regulator has rejected an application by power utility ZESA Holdings subsidiaries to increase tariffs by 50 percent, citing the need to keep charges low to boost industrial output. Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) in January proposed a 22… Read More
HARARE, December 4 (The Source) – Lack of energy policies in companies is contributing to the wastage of power at a time the country is only producing half of its 2,200MW peak demand, a preliminary report on energy efficiency has established. The study, commissioned by… Read More