Mozambique to build two hydropower plants worth $1.8bn

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Mozambique has approved a $1.8-billion plan to build two hydropower plants to meet growing energy demand in the central province of Tete, home to some of the world's largest untapped coal reserves, a government minister said on Wednesday. Unlisted Brazilian engineering group ATP Engenharia Ltda won a $1.2-billion contract to build a 600 MW hydropower plant and another $600-million to construct a 215 MW hydropower project, fisheries minister Victor Borges said.

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