ZESA – Alaska to Sherwood 400kV Transmission Line – Zimbabwe - Project Profile
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Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) is planning to build a transmission line from Chinhoyi to Kwekwe in Zimbabwe.
The project involves the construction of a 160km power transmission line.
It includes the construction of substations and related infrastructure, the installation of transformers, power control units and transmission towers, and the laying of 400kV transmission lines.
In August 2013, ZESA published the terms of reference (TOR) to initiate an environmental impact assessment study (EIA).
In May 2015, Expression of Interest (EOI) for pre- feasibility studies called.
Pre- feasible studies were completed and in August 2016, ZESA issued RFP for undertaking detailed feasible studies with September 2016 as deadline.