Mozambique – Example transactions

(please note that this is not an exhaustive list – please contact us for more details)

IPP Acquisition Financing (Mozambique):
Advising Investec and other lenders in relation to the acquisition of a stake in the Central Termica de Ressano Garcia thermal independent power project in Mozambique.

Nacala IPP (Mozambique):
Acting for the developer to a gas fired IPP in Mozambique.

GetFit Programme (Mozambique):
Advising the Government of Mozambique in relation to the of the standard form project documents for the GETFit Mozambique programme

Teterane Solar Project (Mozambique):
Acting for the sponsors of the Teterane Solar (Cuamba) PV Project in Mozambique.

Chokwe Gas IPP (Mozambique):
Advising Azura Power in relation to the development of the Chokwe Gas IPP, Mozambique.

Dredging Project (Mozambique):
Representing the lenders in relation to the financing of a dredging project for a port in Mozambique.

Gas Pipeline (Mozambique/South Africa):
Advising the lead arrangers and the lending consortium in relation to the financing of a US$1.2 billion natural gas pipeline project from Mozambique to South Africa (Sasol Pipeline Project).

Gas-Fired IPP (Mozambique):
Advising the lender in relation to the financing of the Gigawatt gas-fired IPP in Mozambique.

Inhambane Wind Power Project (Mozambique):
Representing an investor in relation to financing the Inhambane Wind Power Project in Mozambique.

Case Study

Mocuba Solar PV IPP (Mozambique) [2017]:

Trinity advised the project company and sponsors, including Scatec Solar and KLP Norfund Investments, on Mozambique’s first utility scale solar PV power plant in Mocuba.  The project increased Mozambique’s energy generation capacity by 40 MW and provides over 79 GWh of electricity annually, equivalent to the electricity consumption of more than 170,000 households in Mozambique. 

The project’s strategic location will reduce energy transmission losses, improve the security of energy supply in northern Mozambique and stabilize the grid. It is estimated that the power plant’s connection to the Electricidade de Moçambique (EDM) grid will result in a 7% improvement in the network default level.

Mozambique is one of the poorest countries in the world and access to electricity is extremely limited. In rural areas only around 6% of the population has an electricity supply. National demand for electricity is growing significantly due to industrial and commercial growth. Many district capitals depend on expensive and often unreliable diesel power generation, but Mozambique’s potential power generating capacity is substantial. Transmission bottlenecks mean that decentralised power plants based on local energy resources such as solar, hydro can be important in supplying remote regions.

The project is an excellent example of how private-public partnerships can deliver renewable energy and support further economic growth in Mozambique. EDM and the Government of Mozambique have demonstrated strong leadership in taking this project forward, paving the way for further investments in renewable energy in the country.

Privatisation/Financing of Port (Mozambique):
Advising an international consortium (of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Company, Skanska BOT AB and Liscont Operadores e Contentores SA) and the project company, Maputo Port Development Company in relation to the privatisation, financing, rehabilitation and refurbishment, ongoing management and operation of the Maputo Port in Mozambique. Lenders included SCMB and the development banks DBSA, FMO, SwedFund, NDF and Finnfund.

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