The 10 MW solar electricity plant that Pan African Resources will construct on site at its Elikhulu gold-from-tailings plant next year at a cost of R50-million will take care of most of Elikhulu’s daytime power requirements. This is the first phase of solar power generation at Evander. Pan African will be looking to expanding this power facility to a possible 25 MVA for the upcoming Egoli underground gold mine project. A similar solar plant is also being considered at Barberton.
Solar to provide most of gold plants’ daytime power – Pan African
2020-09-16T16:25:32+01:00September 16th, 2020|