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Mauritius: CEB seeks renewables developers and baseload

The Central Electricity Board (CEB) has requested expressions of interest for the installation of renewable energy technologies as a key part of the government’s strategy to reduce the island’s dependency on fossil fuels while “ensuring energy security at an affordable price”. The CEB is giving eligible promoters until 29 July to indicate their interest in the installation of grid-connected wind, solar photovoltaic, sustainable biomass, hydroelectric power, ocean and waste-to-power.CEB is also looking for baseload, according to senior Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities (MEPU) official Nirmala Nababsing.

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