The Kingdom of Eswatini, a landlocked country in southern Africa, has issued a request for qualification for 40 MW of ground-mounted solar projects under its short-term generation expansion plan. The tender has been floated by the Eswatini Energy Regulatory Authority, which will procure the power produced from the projects. Another 40 MW biomass will be procured under the plan. According to the RfQ document, this procurement process is supported by the African Legal Support Facility, a public international organisation dedicated to providing legal advice and technical assistance to African countries for complex commercial transactions. The capacity for each solar project will range from 5 MW to 15 MW.