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5.7 MW Solar PV plant in Rosh Pinah, Namibia.



Under Construction 

Rosh Pinah Solar Park (RPSP) is a 5.7 MWp PV plant which was developed by Emesco near Rosh Pinah in Namibia. The plant is currently under construction and will operate under a 15-year take-or-pay PPA with Rosh Pinah Zinc Corporation (RPZC) once it reaches commercial operation. The plant will replace 30% of RPZC fossil-fuel based energy currently procured from the national utility. 

As part of RPSP's Environmental Management Plan Emesco, in conjunction with the Lithops Research & Conservation Foundation, established an on-site plant rehabilitation facility for the protection and relocation of sensitive plant species prior to construction.


  • Reduce GHG emissions

  • Reduce energy cost 

  • Job creation

  • Infrastructure investment in southern Namibia

  • Contributes to national energy independence

Carbon Mitigation 

In its first year of production, Rosh Pinah Solar Park will produce 14 532 MWh * of electricity equal to 14 345 tons of CO2 emissions were it generated through coal-fired plants.

* Clean Development Mechanism - Standard baseline – Grid emission factor for South African Power Pool (ASB0040-2018)

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