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Terragen's machines switched on again

Independent Power Producer Terragen will sell electricity again to the Central Electricity Board (CEB).

It had stopped the production of electricity two months ago on grounds that the price of charcoal has hiked on the international market.

The deal – albeit temporary – will last for the next few months sugar cane will be harvested, Defi Media reported.

Once bagasse is no longer available, Terragen’s facilities may again be required to run with coal, whose prices are said to have soared on the international market.

Terragen said it wants a new contract with benefits that are similar to those granted to Omnicane.

The CEB has reportedly refused to pay more for electricity and refused to review its contract.

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