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Taha Hydroulic Power Plant: The “biggest story of 2017”

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By Tom Benninger, The Washington PostThe story of Taha’s biggest story of the year has been Taha, which just went online.

It was announced last week by the company that it was to go online next week, with a $25 billion deal with the government of Botswana to build it.

Taha is a joint venture between Botswana and China, which have had an ambitious plan to develop an electric grid that would provide clean energy for the country’s booming urban areas.

In recent years, the two countries have collaborated on some of the largest infrastructure projects in Africa, including the construction of a massive hydroelectric dam on the border of Botsnia and Zambia.

The deal was part of a $50 billion deal to build Taha.

The other partner in the project, China National Petroleum Corporation, is also involved, as is Botswana’s biggest private-sector investor, Beijing’s China Investment Corp. (CIC).

In a news release announcing the deal, Taha CEO Raul Pachon said it was a significant milestone for Taha as it opened up a new generation of “high-value, high-efficiency, low-carbon, and clean energy assets.”

In Botswana, the new plant will have the capacity to produce around 80 megawatts of electricity a year, the company said.

The company said it had already invested $10 billion in the country, and it plans to add additional capacity as part of the project.

Tahos, which was launched in 2013, is currently the world’s largest hydroelectric plant.

It generates enough electricity to power 3 million homes, but it has faced fierce opposition from environmentalists and civil society groups.

In recent years Taha has faced several lawsuits and complaints from local communities, which claimed that the plant is polluting the local environment and threatening local water supplies.

In 2017, the government in Botswana passed a law requiring the construction and operation of TAHOs to be “completely and completely free of any interference, interference, or influence” by foreign interests.

The law has since been repealed.

But Botswana has continued to have a controversial relationship with foreign investors, especially those from China.

In 2016, the country received an additional $2.8 billion in investment from CIC and Beijing’s People’s Bank of China, worth more than $1 billion at the time.

Taha said it is investing more than that in infrastructure and capacity improvements to meet future demand.

The government has also signed contracts with the Chinese company CITIC to build several new dams and other infrastructure.

A spokesman for the company did not immediately respond to a request for comment.