Zesa clinches 300MW solar energy deal

Moyo said the solar energy project was a step forward in government’s efforts to combat climate change and reduce carbon emissions to ensure a sustainable planet for future generations.
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 19, 2024

Zesa smart meter tender challenge dismissed

Denallare Technologies, in its application for condonation to appeal to the Supreme Court, cited Praz and Zesa as the first and second respondent respectively.
By Desmond Chingarande Mar. 19, 2024

US$34K stolen copper cables recovered

Ncube said the bulk of recovered copper cables belong to the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC).
By Jerssie Mpofu Mar. 18, 2024

State of the power sector

In Gokwe North, the coal fields of Senga are tipped to supply input (energy feedstock) for the proposed Gokwe North Thermal Power Station.
By Kevin Tutani Mar. 8, 2024

ZETDC gets away with US$200 fine for culpable homicide

The court heard that Havatendi Kangetsambo was electrocuted by exposed wire cables at a farm paddock, and died on the spot.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Mar. 7, 2024

Diaspora firm sues Chiwenga over smart meters

EMS is also challenging payment of US$50 000 security demanded by the respondents in order for them to hear the challenge.
By Desmond Chingarande Mar. 6, 2024

Net metering is good, but…

Under the net metering programme, households and companies that generate excess solar power at their respective locations can feed the energy back into the national grid through a grid-tied convertor.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 1, 2024

Vandals keep police on their toes

Cases of vandalism and theft of public infrastructure are on the increase despite a 10-year mandatory 10-year jail term imposed by the justice system.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Feb. 19, 2024

Burglar jailed 10 years for cable theft

Chimbambo, the ZETDC loss control officer, was called and confirmed that the property belonged to the power company.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jan. 24, 2024