Mainstream Renewable Power to install 250MW of wind power

10 June 2015

Mainstream Renewable Power, an Irish wind and solar company has been awarded a tender to install 250-MW-capacity wind farms by the South African Government. The two wind farms will be worth US $0.47bn.

South Africa has committed to introducing green energy in its power mix which currently stands at 95% use of coal for power, to address electricity shortages being currently experienced.

The projects under this round of REPP are the 140mw Kangnas wind farm which is located in Nama Khoi municipality in Northern Cape and the 110MW Perdekraal East wind farm situated in the Western Cape.

Mainstream Renewable Power has renewable energy projects around the globe with a current output of 17,000MW from wind and solar farms.


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