Fuji Electric to build Globeleq’s 35MW geothermal plant in Kenya

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  • Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. has been awarded a contract for a supply of geothermal power facility for the Menengai Geothermal Power Station in Kenya by Toyota Tsusho Corporation, which entered into an EPC contract with QPEA GT Menengai Limited, a subsidiary of Globeleq, a British independent power producer operating and developing power projects in Africa. Read more 
The contract is Fuji Electric’s second geothermal power project in Kenya following the Olkaria I Geothermal Power Station Unit 6, which started operation in 2022. The project is to construct a geothermal power plant in the Menengai area, a promising new geothermal field following the Olkaria area. Fuji Electric will be in charge of the manufacturing and supply of geothermal steam turbine, generator, and other key equipment, while CSI Energy Group, a construction company doing business mainly in the East African region, will be responsible for the construction work.
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