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Russian nuclear giant Rosatom will begin work on a $40-million 2 MW hydropower plant for South African platinum producer Lonmin in August.
It will be the first time this type of technology is used in a mining application in South Africa.
Hungarian engineering company Ganz Engineering and Energetics Machinery will supply the technology and local company Blue World Power Systems will act as the local distributor.
Read the full story at Engineering News
News date: 22/07/2016
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