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Rio Tinto subsidiary inks renewable energy deal

Rio Tinto subsidiary Richards Bay Minerals has signed a deal for solar energy for its South Africa operations.

Voltalia will build a solar farm in Limpopo to power Rio Tinto subsidiary operations.

Voltalia will build a solar farm in Limpopo to power Rio Tinto subsidiary operations.

The mineral sands producer reached a power purchase agreement with Voltalia for a 20-year supply of solar energy, amounting to 300 gigawatt hours per year. The agreement will depend on ‘wheeling,' or...

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