Thermal energy overtakes hydro as Zim’s biggest electricity source

The ministry will also promote research in modern energy technologies for sustainable clean energy solutions.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 1, 2024

The case for nuclear energy II

By 2025, the power utility, Zesa aims to add 2300 MW in order to respond to increased demand from the mining sector.
By Kevin Tutani Aug. 18, 2023

In-Depth Interview: ‘Zim may begin power exports’

But that demand is being met, and we hope if we get better rains next year, we will have much room to export or reduce our imports.
By Freeman Makopa Jul. 7, 2023

US experts impressed by Zim biofuels move

FROST & Sullivan (F&S), the leading American business consultancy, says African countries must learn from Zambia and Zimbabwe’s biofuels consumption strategies.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 3, 2023

Power crisis: ‘It’s not all doom, gloom, we’re making headway’

As the country sees a surge in economic growth, with several energy intensive projects coming online, there will always be a need for us to increase our power generation capacity.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 17, 2023

Mining economy target dampened

This is US$5 billion short of authorities’ ambitious targets.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Nov. 11, 2022

Crippling power outages intensify

Magombo said strategies had since been adopted to curb the challenges.
By Freeman Makopa Sep. 26, 2022