Power China International eyes hydro projects in Angola


Power China International Group Limited is evaluating new hydro engineering works in Angola, to fight drought in the country, according to its CEO Ji Xiaoyong.

During a hearing with Angolan President João Lourenço, Ji addressed issues related to investments against drought, the local press reported.

The talks focused on projects for the transfer of river water to localities with water deficit in Cuanza Sul (center-west) and in the southern provinces of Huila and Namibe.

PowerChina drought relief project opened by Angolan President

At the end of the hearing, the executive explained that the technical analyses of Power China International are in the preliminary phase and should lead to projects such as the one recently put into operation in Cunene (south).

This new project allows the transfer of water from the locality of Cafu to the areas of Ombala yo Mungo, Ndombendola and Namacunde.

The Cafu canal, inaugurated in April by Lourenço, consists of a system for capturing and transferring water from the Cunene river to various districts, which includes a 160-kilometer pipeline and 30 chimpacas (watering places for cattle).


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