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Mozambique Unveils $80 Billion Energy Transition Plan

Mozambique has approved a ground-breaking energy transition plan that would last until 2050, with an estimated $80 billion in investments.

The comprehensive strategy intends to move the country toward a more sustainable future by increasing renewable energy capabilities and ensuring greater access to power.

On December 2nd, President Filipe Nyusi will publicly unveil the ambitious energy plan to the international community during the COP28 climate summit in Dubai. The plan, which was approved by Mozambique’s Council of Ministers on November 21, includes key projects that will take place between 2023 and 2030.

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