“The feed-in tariffs were developed for renewable energy technologies applicable to Zimbabwe, such as solar PV, small hydro, biomass, bagasse and biogas,” said Magombo.
The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) is developing a renewable energy feed in tariffs (Refits), a policy structure that makes it mandatory for energy companies responsible for operating the national grid to purchase electricity from renewable energy sources.
The NEP further acknowledged the role of renewable-energy technologies and Malunga said Zera was working on an IPP policy framework to be considered by government and assisting in the development of a renewable energy policy framework and drafting the feed-in tariff framework for renewable energy technologies. . .