July 2014
Mozambique Power Report;2014 3rd Quarter, Issue 3, p1
Industry Profile
Industry Report
The report presents a profile of the power sector in Mozambique as of the third quarter of 2014 and includes ten-year forecasts until 2023. Topics include industry SWOT analysis, electricity generation data and forecasts, consumption and transmission and distribution from 2012-2013 Other topics include industry risk ratings and description of the competitive landscape.


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