Zambia: Electricity company CEC Plc limits power to giant Mopani copper mine due to non-payment

Zambia: Electricity company CEC Plc limits power to giant Mopani copper mine due to non-payment

Production at the mine, sold by Glencore to the Zambian government for $1 in April 2021, is being disrupted by power rationing.

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            ▪ Zambia: Electricity company CEC Plc limits power to giant Mopani copper mine due to non-payment

▪ Production at the mine, sold by Glencore to the Zambian government for $1 in April 2021, is being disrupted by power rationing.

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According to reports, Zambia’s Mopani Copper Mines (MCM), one of the continent’s largest copper mines, is experiencing power cuts due to $20 million in unpaid bills.

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