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Projects

Universal access to electricity in Africa is hindered not only by insufficient generating capacity but also by inadequate transmission infrastructure and grid interconnectivity between countries to enable trading and the flow of power from areas of surplus to deficit.

While Southern Africa has a degree of interconnected power grids among countries, more needs to be done. With Zambia being at the centre of this interconnected grid network, CEC pursues new transmission and generation projects, in light of both their national and regional impact.


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Factors driving growth in CEC’s core business include:

  • expansion of mining activities by CEC’s existing mine customers;
  • connection of new mines and other mining related businesses currently being planned;
  • mining fuelled growth of CEC’s domestic wheeling in the form of domestic (expanding towns), industrial and commercial loads on the Copperbelt;
  • power trading involving CEC’s owned international Interconnector between Zambia and DRC; and
  • our strategy to move beyond Zambia’s borders and into the region.

Below are concise profiles of our projects:-



  1. Solar Development

    Value : US$35 million Capacity : 20MW Type : Utility Scale Solar Photovoltaic CEC interest : 100% Location : Copperbelt Province, Zambia Life : 25 years CEC is developing a 20MW PV...
  2. CECA Sierra Leone

    Value : US$220 million Capacity : 128MW Type : HFO generation, grid development & management Vehicle : – Location : Free Town, Sierra Leone CEC interest : 50.1% TCQ Power Ltd Finance...
  3. Kabompo Gorge

    Value : US$210 million Capacity : 40MW Type : Hydro generation / transmission Vehicle : Kabompo Hydro Power Ltd Location : North-Western Provice, Zambia CEC interest : 100% Term : 15.5 years...
  4. NFC South East Project

    The Company is constructing a new 220/11kV substation for the power needs of NFC Africa Mining Plc (NFCA), with respect to their new mining and metallurgical plants. NFCA’s new underground mine is...