The Kariba Dam located between Zimbabwe and Zambia generates power for both countries. China Energy Engineering Corp. has propositioned Zimbabwe to build a floating solar plant on the largest man-made lake for renewable energy generation.
The China Energy Engineering Corp. has propositioned the Zimbabwean government for the construction of a 1,000-megawatt (MW) floating solar plant on the Kariba dam along the Zambezi River.
At nearly $1 billion, the project will be on the world’s largest man-made lake.
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