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A dokotala
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A dokotala

It’s really good progress coming up with measures to solve power issues currently facing the country, however, this should not be at all costs. I hope through consideration has been made as regards potential environmental hazards as a result of such a coal mining plant. It would be interesting to know what measures are put in place to protect the environment, the land, the local population of the area, and the surrounding areas from potential polluting effects of such a plant. The hazardous effects of such a plant can be seen even generations to come among others in terms of… Read more »

thumbwe man
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thumbwe man

Abale coal we have it in the north, Tete…….lets clap hands pa zinazi. This project anayambisatu ndi AMAYI musati nyo nyo nyo

Alexander Liwana ,RSA
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Alexander Liwana ,RSA

This is a positive development and keep it up APM and your company.95 per cent of electricity here in South Africa is produced from coal produced here in South Africa and some part of Botswana.Malawi has huge reserves of coal in the Northern region as well as in Chikwawa.

Chiefdastownhall
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By Far The Largest Single Project Since Independence 1964~$600million For Nneno Plant Lol! Lol!. “what Wise Old Men See When They Lay,young Noisy Idiots Cannot See Even If They Climb A Tree” Meaning; In 2007 When The Incumbent Then ( Prof. Bingu Wa Mutharika- Lord Of Mercy),made A Historical 41year Turning Point From Taipei To Beijing,shallow Pesmistic Minds Demonised Him. Look Nowoo Who’s To Blame,no,let Us Make Merry For The Genesis Of Bye Bye Bye Blackouts. Ndi Mai Malawi!!!

strange
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strange

Great effort. How much coal will we import? At what price? Do we have the forex? Certainly no…..Can we revamp the greener hydro power? Where will the forex for the coal come from. ..have we lined any import substitution or exporting industries to justify allocation of forex. ..

Alex Likoswe
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Yes, but let us use coal from Chikwawa. We too much coal there. Infact it is a belt from Tete

Concerned Citizen
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Concerned Citizen

This is very positive. All other issues can be discussed later.

Our green sources of energy are letting us down. Industry is really suffering. The least we can do is add alternative power sources to the national grid and even export power instead of always importing.

Next on the cards needs to be the revamping of distribution at ESCOM as they are currently failing to extend the national grid to the rural areas. Serious targets should be set by MERA and which should cost the top people their jobs if not met.

Walimba Mbale
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Walimba Mbale

The best is coming out of this project the country needs people who can change things leaders of hope DPP we pray God to bless u and the President

Jang'ala
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Keep on fire burning Mr Gondwe. Such devolopment is very important as investors can’t establish their businesses in a country where there is frequent power cut.

Truck
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Truck

YEA NOW THE GOVERNMENT IS TALKING WE NEED ELETCRICITY TO HAVE INVESTORS KEEP IT UP GONDWE THATS A GOOD DEAL