Edenville Energy has met with Shandong Electric Power Construction No.2 Co. (SEPCO2) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, to discuss the development of the Rukwa coal project.
“The meetings were very productive, allowing SEPCO2 to gain an insight into the logistics and costs associated with a Tanzanian project,” said Edenville in a press release. “Both parties will continue discussions in the coming weeks under a defined framework for advancement of the Rukwa coal project in the context of Tanzania’s requirement for coal-based power generation.”
The two companies also took part in discussions with Tanzanian government organizations, engineering contractors and construction material suppliers.
“The meetings in Tanzanie has given SEPCO2 a detailed understanding of the costs along with the technical and regulatory parameters associated with the Rukwa coal-to-power project,” said Rufus Short, CEO of Edenville. “The directors of Edenville have gained a greater understanding of how SEPCO2 operates and we are very encouraged by their knowledge and experience in developing coal-fired power plants in the region.”
Edited by Jonathan Rowland.
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