The plant in the Northern Cape of South Africa is equipped with parabolic trough technology and a molten salt storage system. The plant's power is contracted through a 20 years PPA with the South African Electricity Public Utility)ESKOM. The CSP facility generates sufficient power for 95,000 South African households and prevents approximately 348,000 tpy of CO2 emissions.
In South Africa, ENGIE has interests in a CSP plant (100 MW Kathu), a wind farm (94 MW Aurora), 2 solar photovoltaic plants (21 MW) and 2 thermal power peaking plants (670 MW Avon and 335 MW Dedisa).
(Source, Engie Africa, PR, Voice of Africa, 1 Mar., 2021)
Contact: Engie Africa, www.ENGIE-Africa.com
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The project New Cairo-based company, Ras Ghareb Wind Energy SAE is 40 pct owned by ENGIE, 40 pct by Toyota Tsusho Corporation/Eurus Energy Holdings Corporation and 20 pct by Orascom Construction.
The $380 million
project is the first wind farm tendered on a Build-Own-Operate (BOO) scheme and is part of the Egyptian government's drive to increase the share of renewables in the energy mix with a target wind generation capacity of 7GW by 2022.
(Source: ENGIE Africa, ESI Africa, 4 Nov., 2019) Contact: ENGIE Africa, www.engie-africa.com/en; Ras Ghareb Wind Energy, +20 12 00 00 28 76, www.rgwe.co
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The Senegalese government and International Finance Corporation funded projects which have a combined installed capacity of 60 MW and are part of a wider initiative in Senegal called Scaling Solar.
Construction and operation of the two solar projects will be managed and executed by ENGIE. (Source: ENGIE Africa, PEI, 14 Nov., 2018) Contact: ENGIE Africa,www.engie-africa.com/en
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