Madagascar launches tenders for 210 MW of solar power



Madagascar has offered a 200 MW solar project near Antananarivo and a 10 MW plant on the northern coast.

Madagascar’s Ministry of Hydrogen and Hydrocarbons has published two tenders for the commissioning of a total of 210 MW of solar power capacity.

The ministry is seeking proposals for the construction of a 200 MW solar power plant in Ihazolava near the capital Antananarivo.

There are also plans to build a 10 MW solar power plant in Mahajanga on the north coast of Madagascar.

Interested developers can submit their proposals until August 9.

According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), Madagascar has not installed new solar power since 2018, and the cumulative capacity now stands at 33 MW.

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