Malanje — Part of the Angola's bioenergy company (Biofuel) project has been producing since June 30 electricity on an experimental basis from power plants and boilers placed in the substation installed in the project.
According to the sustainability, personal and organisation director of Biofuel, Fernando Koch, who disclosed the information Friday, the last arrangements are in progress to ensure the kick off of the project from September.
The undertaking will generate definitely electricity to supply the Cacuso district and the capital of the northern Malanje province.
The current production of 120 gigawatts of energy has the capacity to benefits 220,000 residences.
With coming into operation of 235 gigawatts/hour, the distribution capacity will rise to 440,000 families.