KABANDA CHULU, Lusaka
ZAMBIA’S energy generation capacity will soon have a new source following the positive results being recorded in the K1 million Rural Electrification Authority (REA)-funded feasibility studies in Luapula Province that are showing viability of wind generation projects.
REA has been implementing rural electrification projects throughout the country since its inception in 2003.
Under its capital investments and implementation projects, REA has mainly focused on grid extensions, solar energy and mini-hydro projects that have been implemented successfully.
But early this year, REA partnered with the University of Zambia under the Technology Development and READ MORE