Togo seeks investors to build and run two new solar PV plants

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Monday, 13 January 2020 11:21
Togo seeks investors to build and run two new solar PV plants

(Togo First) - Togo’s rural electrification and renewable energy agency (AT2ER) seeks investors to build two solar plants in Kara and the Central region. The two facilities will have a combined capacity of 60 and 80 MWac (Megawatt alternating current).

The AT2ER has in this framework issued a pre-qualification notice targeting private actors interested in the projects. Phases they will cover include the conception, financing, construction, installation, commissioning and exploitation of the plants. 

Regarding exploitation, it will take place under a private-public partnership and the related concession deal will expire after 25 years. 

Those interested should submit their proposals by March 30, 2020. 

For this tender, the AT2ER is advised by the International Finance Corporation (IFC). For cost-effectiveness, the agency leveraged the institution’s Scaling Solar initiative. 

Let’s also recall that under its national electrification strategy, the Togolese government plans to set up a solar plant in each region of the country. 

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

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