Coal Mauritius

Between Coal and Renewable Energy: The National Energy Commission Wedges Featured Government

In line with government policy for sustainable island (MID), the National Energy Commission (NEC) recommends renewable energy at the expense of coal. Paradoxically, the agreement between the Central Electricity Board (CEB) and CT Power for the installation of a coal plant in Albion will be signed soon.

09 Dec 2013,

Report of the NEC: Maurice Can Switch From Coal

The government said it would proceed with the CT Power project. But the confidential report of the National Energy Commission submitted to the Cabinet of Ministers goes in the opposite direction. It indicates that the country can move from coal and recommends particular to natural gas. Focus on alternatives he proposes.

28 Nov 2013,

CT Power revives Rs400m jetty plan

The promoters of a proposed coalfired power plant in Albion will have to spend Rs 400 million on building a jetty at the site in order to quell traffic fears

03 May 2011,

CT Power Ltd – MCTP – has now decided to sue the Central Electricity Board (CEB)

A new claim is filed and dated March 11

22 Mar 2011,