GET FiT Mozambique renewable energy tenders: Information to investors and project promoters

About the event

This info session aims to brief developers, independent power producers, financiers, and other stakeholders about upcoming solar and energy storage tenders in Mozambique under the GET FiT Programme. It covers program and tender specifics, participation criteria, timelines, and opportunities for developers, sponsors, and financiers to contribute to Mozambique’s renewable energy future. Additionally, it offers insights into policy, legal, regulatory frameworks, and incentives for renewable energy projects in Mozambique.

30 May 2024 @ 08:00 – 16:00

Venue: Cardoso Hotel, 707 Avenida dos Mártires de Mueda, Maputo, Mozambique

Mandatory registration for both physical and virtual attendance here.

  • Deadline for registration: 28 May.
  • Please note that all spots for physical participation have been filled. However, you still have the opportunity to register for virtual participation or join the waitlist.

About GET FIT Mozambique

GET FiT, or Global Energy Transfer Feed-in Tariff, aids African nations in low-carbon development, fostering growth, poverty reduction, and climate mitigation. After its successful pilot in Uganda and expansion to Zambia, GET FiT Mozambique launched in 2022, backed by the German Government through KfW. It aims to bolster institutional capacity and enhance the investment framework for renewable energy. Currently, the first two tender windows are in preparation:

  1. GET FiT Mozambique – Solar PV + BESS tender facilitates investments in grid-connected Solar PV IPP Projects with energy storage. EDM acts as the IPP’s counterpart in Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) and energy off-take.
  2. GET FiT Mozambique – Mini-grids promotes private sector involvement in constructing and operating mini-grids powered by renewable sources. The goal is to develop 3 MW of installed capacity through 10 to 16 projects. Sites will be selected in collaboration with FUNAE and ARENE.

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