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Mahube renewable energy assets overview

Mahube Infrastructure Capital is invested in five renewable energy assets across Southern Africa – two wind farms and three solar PV farms – which collectively have the potential to generate enough energy to power more than 350,000 South African homes.

The assets were all licensed by South Africa’s Department of Energy (DOE) in the first round of bids of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme. They are also key ventures for the economic development of disadvantaged communities in the Eastern Cape, Northern Cape and Free State provinces, with the construction phases of the solar farms alone creating more than three million man hours of job opportunities.

A brief overview of the assets is provided below.

Dorper Wind Farm (100MW)

Located between the Molteno and Sterkstroom communities in the Eastern Cape, the Dorper Wind Farm…

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Noblesfontein Wind Farm (73.8MW)

The Noblesfontein Wind Farm is located on Farm Noblesfontein, approximately 35 km south of a…

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Jasper Solar PV Farm (75 MW-AC/96 MW-DC)

Located near Postmasburg, Northern Cape, the Jasper Solar PV Farm is currently the largest photovoltaic…

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Lesedi Solar PV Farm (75 MW)

The Lesedi Solar PV Farm is located on Humansrus Farm approximately 30 km East of…

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Letsatsi Solar PV Farm (75 MW)

The Letsatsi Solar PV Farm is located on Jedwater Farm, some 35 km northwest of…

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