Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)

hydropower capacity

Côte d’Ivoire secures $34 million for hydroelectricity project

Côte d’Ivoire has secured $34 million from the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund, which will go towards building a 44MW hydroelectricity generation plant. The new plant will be developed by an IPP.

Final project agreements on 200MW Kom Ombo PV plant in Egypt...

ACWA Power, a Saudi developer and investor has finalised the project agreements for the 200MW Kom Ombo PV plant in Egypt.
ECG

Ghana: Energy Sector Recovery Programme saves country $5 billion

Ghana’s recently established Energy Sector Recovery Programme is starting to pay dividends, with the announcement that it has so far saved the country’s energy sector $5billion.
Ghana SDG

Ghana starts renegotiating existing power purchase agreements

The Ghana Ministry of Finance and CENIT Energy Limited (CEL) have agreed to amend their power purchase agreement (PPA), opening a new chapter on the country's electrification journey.
specialised transformers

Op-Ed: Solar to spur continent’s post-pandemic bounce?

Installing solar PV on-site, rooftop or ground-mounted, can reduce the electricity costs for the users with 30-60% on their daytime consumption.
GBCSA

Tariffs renegotiation with IPPs will unsettle green energy investments

South Africa needs to have a sustained price decline in electricity tariffs through the procurement of renewable energy technology to attract investments.
clean energy

S.Africa: Land Expropriation effects on renewable energy investment

The decision to expropriate land without compensation has been adopted by the ANC-led South African government after a nationwide public consultation process. This move...

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