Bokamoso Solar PV, produces enough clean, renewable power each year to electrify approximately 73 000 medium-sized South African homes.
This North West Province solar facility, is helping the country transition to a less carbon intense energy mix, whilst also benefiting local its communities through its flagship economic development programmes that build social resistance.
Located in the North West Province near Leeudoringstad, 68 MW Bokamoso Solar generates approximately 177 660 MWh of clean renewable power every year.
The solar project achieved commercial operation in September 2020, less than two years after construction commenced, in November 2018, as per the country’s renewable energy programme. It is one of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Procurement Programme’s (REIPPPP) fourth bid window’s solar utility power plants and connects to the nearby Bokamoso switching station, which is linked to the 132kV Harrisburg Line.Fact sheet
Clean, renewable, pollution-free electrical energy generated per year
Across 150 hectares
73 000 medium-sized South African homes
2nd Floor, Fernwood House, The Oval, 1 Oakdale Road,
Newlands, Cape Town, 7700
P O Box 23101, Claremont, 7735
Tel: +27 21 670 1400 (main switchboard)