Mozambique possesses a wide range and diverse energy potential, with renewable energy growing increasingly its share of the countries’ energy mix. Large hydro remains the dominant form of RE generation, and new projects are being launched, but solar, wind and biomass projects have been developed over the last few years and new projects are expected in the coming years through the PROLER program. The government is concentrating its efforts in remote rural areas, relying on renewable energy technology providers. Achieving universal electricity access by 2030, a goal set by the government, will require decentralised solutions and more investments in diverse generation sources and distribution channels, including both grid connections and micro-grids. That said, what are expected developments for 2022 and beyond?
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