AMEA Power signs 25 year PPA for 50MW Bondoukou solar PV plant in Ivory Coast

  • AMEA Power has signed a 25 year PPA with the Ivorian Electricity Company under a Build-Own-Operate and Transfer (BOOT) model for the 50MW Bondoukou solar PV plant.
  • The government of Ivory Coast approved the project at a meeting of the Council of Ministers on Wednesday 24 May 2023.

AMEA Power has also recently signed a PPA agreement in South Africa with an energy trader for a 85MW solar PV project. Read more 

The 56-million-euro project will be constructed in the Gontougo region of Ivory Coast, approximately 420 km northeast of Abidjan. It will cover an 85-hectare site and produce 87100 MWh of electricity. Commissioning is expected in 15 months.

Related news: Ivory Coast announces 70MW solar project with MASDAR

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