A Snapshot of the Mozambique Energy Sector

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This analysis delves into the current energy sector in Mozambique. It profiles both the current and future energy supply and demand. It also provides an overview of the country's energy mix, power generation, transmission and distribution infrastructure, the primary energy sector participants, the policies in place, tariff structures, the natural resources available, and on-going and planned power projects.

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Executive SummaryMozambique Overview—Supply, Demand, and the Energy MixMozambique Overview—The Energy SectorMozambique Overview—Available Power ResourcesMozambique Overview—Future Power ProjectsMozambique Overview—Tariffs and the Cost of PowerMozambique Overview—TransmissionEconomic OverviewMozambique Economic OverviewMozambique Economic Overview (continued)Mozambique Economic Overview (continued)Mozambique Economic Overview (continued)Mozambique Economic Overview—GDP GrowthMozambique Economic Overview—GDP CompositionEnergy SectorMozambique Energy Sector OverviewMozambique Energy Sector Overview (continued)Mozambique Energy Sector Future PlansMozambique Energy Sector ParticipantsMozambique Energy Sector—Electricidade de MoçambiqueMozambique Energy Sector—Electricidade de Moçambique (continued)Mozambique Energy Sector—Electricidade de Moçambique (continued)Mozambique Energy Sector—Other Sources of PowerMozambique Energy Sector—Project FinancingMozambique Energy PolicyMozambique Energy Policy (continued)Mozambique’s Role in the Southern African Power Pool (SAPP)Mozambique Political and Global ContextMozambique Political and Global Context (continued)Natural Power ResourcesMozambique Natural Power Resources—HydroMozambique Natural Power Resources—CoalMozambique Natural Power Resources—GasRenewable Energy Opportunities—WindRenewable Energy Opportunities—SolarRenewable Energy Opportunities—Geothermal and BiomassRenewable Energy Opportunities—BiomassRenewable Energy Opportunities—Wave PowerPlanned Power Projects in MozambiquePlanned Power Projects in Mozambique (continued)Energy Supply, Demand, and the Energy MixHistoric, Current, and Forecasted Demand and SupplySupply, Demand, and the Energy Mix—Planned Power Projects in MozambiqueSupply, Demand, and the Energy Mix—Planned Power Projects in Mozambique (continued)Historic, Current, and Forecasted Energy MixEnergy Mix InsightsEnergy Mix Insights (continued)Energy Mix Insights—The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate ChangeEnergy Project SynopsisMozambique Energy Project SnapshotEnergy Project Profiles—Future Hydro Power Projects Energy Project Profiles—Future Hydro Power Projects (continued) Energy Project Profiles—Future Hydro Power Projects (continued) Energy Project Profiles—Future Gas Power ProjectsEnergy Project Profiles—Future Gas Power Projects (continued)Energy Project Profiles—Future Gas Power Projects (continued)Energy Project Profiles—Future Coal Power ProjectsEnergy Project Profiles—Future Coal Power Projects (continued)Electricity Tariffs Tariffs Charged by EDM in MTTariffs Charged by EDM in USDAverage Tariffs Charged by EDMCost Reflectiveness of TariffsCost Reflectiveness of Tariffs (continued)Cost Reflectiveness of Tariffs (continued)Transmission CapabilityTransmission Capability—InfrastructureTransmission Capability—Infrastructure DevelopmentTransmission Capability—Infrastructure Development (continued)Transmission Capability—The STE LineTransmission Capability—The MoZiSa LineTransmission Capability—The Malawi ConnectorDistribution CapabilityEDM Future Power StrategyEDM Future Investment in InfrastructureTransmission Capability ConclusionConclusionsConclusions (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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