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Power projects making a difference lauded in Mining Elites in Africa

“Not only focusing on the bottom line but also incorporating softer, strategic goals clearly paid off“ Mines on the continent are starting to embrace hybrid power plants, according to the latest edition of Mining Elites in Africa.

The power projects at two gold mines in Mali and at Ivanhoe’s Kamoa-Kakula copper development in the DRC were chosen in the annual publication as stand-out examples of making a real difference in the industry, and in particular of how mining companies are increasingly developing their own, greener sources of much-needed electricity.

Mining Elites in Africa 2021 launched this week and is published by a sister publication of ESI Africa, Mining Review Africa, leading magazine and digital platform in the African mining industry.

“This year we chose to focus on mining companies who, through an extremely difficult time, have made a difference, for their own sustainability and on an even greater level, to the countries in which they operate and the economies they contribute to,” says Laura-Jane Cornish, Editor-in-Chief of Mining Review Africa.

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Source: EsiAfrica

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