BMI View: Power capacity growth in Zimbabwe will remain muted over our 10-year forecast period. Some
increase is expected as the Hwange power plant receives more coal supply and the 300MW Kariba South
expansion is completed in 2019. Ongoing generation deficits will be ..."
BMI View: Power generation in Zimbabwe will remain low, with any future growth subdued as a lack of
rainfall hampers hydropower generation. Any further investment into either thermal or hydropower will
experience delays, as funds from China - necessary for project fun ..."
BMI View: Zimbabwe's power crisis will worsen throughout 2016 as prolonged periods of low rainfall
decreases the country's hydropower capacity. Struggling to pay for the cost of importing will also add to the
country's power shortage woes.
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BMI View: The outlook for Zimbabwe's power sector is moderate, but market opportunities for private
investors are limited. On the upside, a number of major projects will boost generation to 12.5TWh by 2024
up from 8.2TWh in 2015, mainly by exploiting coal and hydropow ..."