The country has seen a surge in hydro-electric capacity, ranking 5th highest in Africa in terms of output and is just behind China, Brazil, India and Portugal, according to a recent international report on hydro-electricity.
Angola Moves From 11th to Position 5th in Africa Hydropower Ranking
ANGOP, 11 June 2018
Angola's capacity grew to 1,108 MW in 2017, from 400 MW in 2016, becoming one of the five largest powers in the continent in this sector. Read more »
Laúca dam operating with two turbines of 334 MW each.
Angola Takes Lead in Hydropower Plant Capacity
CAJ News, 3 May 2018
ANGOLA'S Laúca Hydropower Plant is about to become the largest such facility in the Southern African country and among the biggest in the region, with an installed capacity… Read more »
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