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Tlou Energy engages Zismo for transmission line

Tlou Energy engages Zismo for transmission line
TLOU ENERGY MD: Gabaake Gabaake

Tlou Energy this week announced the appointment of local company, Zismo Engineering as the contractor for the 110 kilometre power transmission line.

In October last year, Tlou Energy signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Botswana Power Corporation (BPC) for the supply of 10 MegaWatts (MW) into the national grid.

Tlou which is a public listed company, focuses on delivering Gas-to-power solutions in Botswana and the rest of the Southern African region.

The company will feed power into the national grid through its most advanced project, Lesedi project through Coal Bed Methane (CB...

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