Inga 3 follows two other hydroelectric dams built on the Congo River © Reuters/Adobe Stock
Inga 3 follows two other hydroelectric dams built on the Congo River © Reuters/Adobe Stock

Congo agrees $14bn dam deal with competing consortia

posted by Alex Daniel
25 October 2018

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has signed a $14bn deal with two consortia to build the Inga 3 hydroelectric dam, after more than a decade of negotiating.

The deal means the previously competing consortia, one Chinese and one European, will now work together to develop the dam. It will be the third dam to be build by DRC acorss the Congo River.

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