Spanish company Isofóton awarded tender for rural electricity in Mozambique

2 September 2010

Malaga, Spain, 2 Sept – Spanish solar power company Isofóton has been awarded a tender for rural electrification worth 6 million euros launched by the National Energy Fund (Funae) of the Mozambican Energy Ministry, the company said in a statement.

For this project, Isofóton is partnering Mozambican company, Mocitaly, with which it also works in other countries in the region.

The project involves providing power to 18 district capitals, covering an area of 70,000 square kilometres, benefiting a resident population of an estimated 100,000 people.

Isofóton, which has been working in Mozambique since 2003, is one of the main Spanish solar power system design manufacturing and supply companies, with business in over 60 countries. (macauhub)