Wind power and solar energy in Angola

This was said by Sonangol’s Environment programme coordinator, Maria Luísa Ndembo, who added this is part of the company’s commitment to reduce the emission of gases into the atmosphere.

The project was displayed at the 2nd International Fair on Environmental Technologies taking place in Luanda, the source said.

According to the source, the project is a national scope one, being in its pilot stage in Cabo Ledo (Luanda), before it is extended along the Benguela/Kuito line as from June 15, to replace the ordinary system (generators).

She recalled that the renewable energies are sources obtained from the nature such as solar energy, wind turbines, sea waves, with significant advantages for the environment.