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The Togolese Republic and Eranove Group have signed a concession agreement for a 65 MW power plant. The Eranove group will develop, operate and maintain this plant, which will eventually be operated and managed by Togolese people.

Eranove wins power plant concession in TogoThe power generation concession agreement will Eranove Group responsible for the design, financing, construction, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the Kékéli Efficient Power plant, which will be located in the Lomé port area. Siemens will provide the turbines, technology and maintenance services for the power plant. The construction will be carried out by the Spanish group Grupo TSK (EPC).

The Kékéli Efficient Power gas plant will use combined cycle technology. The technology makes it possible to produce more electricity without extra gas consumption while limiting CO2 emissions into the atmosphere. According to Marc Dèdèriwè Ably-Bidamon, Togo’s Minister of Mines and Power, the plant will provide extra electrical power for some 263 000 Togolese households.

“We are very happy and extremely proud to contribute in designing the national strategy and implementing the National Development Plan by developing the new electricity production unit alongside the Togolese Republic, and we thank the country’s authorities for their trust. Thanks to its recognised expertise and African roots, Eranove Group constantly strives to develop structuring, efficient and adapted projects for the continent,” says Marc Albérola, CEO of Eranove Group.

“In order to ensure a successful quality public/private partnership, we have assembled an innovative pan-African financing mechanism denominated exclusively in CFA francs (a first for an Independent Electricity Producer in Africa) mobilised by regional institutions, as well as by renowned pan-European technical partners with Eranove, Siemens and TSK. The project is a perfect illustration of the model we want to promote in order to meet the challenge of access to electricity and water in Africa.”

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