Jaguar Overseas limited to rehabilitate Harare thermal power station

31 October 2014

Indian industrial engineering firm Jaguar Overseas Limited has been awarded a tender to rehabilitate Harare Thermal Power station.

Rehabilitation will cost US$76 million, and once complete, will see an increase in power generation across the country.

Jaguar Overseas Limited is expected to carry out or oversee construction works such as survey, erecting commissioning lines and substations, and carrying out other civil works. The company will also undertake engineering, procurement, supply and installation works.

Apart from the construction works, the company will also procure designated-fabricated towers, power plant equipment for substations, conductors, insulators and hardware accessories.

In efforts to ameliorate Zimbabwe’s power deficit, the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority has also issued 20 licenses to independent producers.

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