Namibia is planning to build five photovoltaic solar power plants (25MWp) in the municipality of Windhoek.
This is part of the effort of the Namibian government to boost electricity supply in the area.
The solar project, which will be carried out under public-private partnerships (PPPs), is expected to cost N$420 million, i.e. nearly US$25.5 million.
The plants will be built on the southern borders of Cimbebasia, along the B1 road to Rehoboth.