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Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)

Sierra Leone Guinea Cote d’Ivoire PPA

Lights on for Sierra Leone and Guinea with new PPA

In a regional transaction, the governments of Sierra Leone and Guinea have entered into a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Cote d’Ivoire.
Sierra Leone Guinea Cote d’Ivoire PPA

Botswana signs 10MW PPA with power solutions company

The Botswana Power Corporation (BPC) has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Tlou Energy Limited. Under the terms of the PPA, BPC will purchase up to 10MW of power generated at Tlou’s Lesedi power project.

City of Johannesburg to add 100MW to its power supply

Gauteng Premier David Makhura, and Johannesburg Mayor Mpho Moerane, have signed a two-year power purchase agreement with Kelvin Power Station
$1.3B hydroelectric project in Nigeria to be commissioned in phases

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 signed

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

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.
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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.
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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.

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.
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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 has raised many brows in the international renewable investor market....