Our history


The foundation of what is now known as Anergi began in 2004 with the establishment of Aldwych International Limited (“Aldwych”). Aldwych was established with the vision of creating a power company solely focussed on sub-Saharan Africa. In these early years, Aldwych successfully financed the acquisition of the Kelvin Power Plant in South Africa.

In 2008, two Pan-African Infrastructure Development Funds (“PAIDF”), managed by Harith General Partners, invested in and eventually wholly acquired Aldwych. With PAIDF’s continued investment and strategic support, Aldwych’s highly experienced project development team went on to successfully lead and/or play a significant role in the development of the Rabai Power (Kenya), Lake Turkana Wind Power (Kenya), Azura Power (Nigeria), and Twin City Energy (Ghana) power projects respectively. Collectively, this portfolio represents some of the largest independent power projects in Africa’s energy sector.

Anergi was established in Mauritius in December 2017 with the vision of becoming the pre-eminent power company in sub-Saharan Africa. Anergi’s mandate includes managing its existing portfolio and growing its asset base through a combination of origination, project development, fund-raising, equity investment, asset operation and strategic partnership.



Owing to the strong emphasis we place on good corporate governance and the role it plays in supporting the success and sustainability of our business, we have developed and implemented a corporate governance policy. 

A framework to support our financial performance and value creation for our shareholders and other stakeholders over the long-term, it sets out our approach to governance matters, including:

  • enabling Anergi’s executive management team, the Board and the shareholder(s) to operate within a clear governance framework, where roles and responsibilities are clearly delineated;
  • ensuring timely and accurate disclosure is made to corporate stakeholders on all material matters regarding Anergi, including its financial situation, performance, exposure to material risk, ownership, and governance matters;
  • stipulating the conduct of the Board’s affairs, promoting stakeholder engagement and protecting shareholders’ interests; 
  • guiding the strategic direction of Anergi, the effective monitoring of management by the Board and the Board’s accountability to shareholder(s); and 
  • ensuring compliance with applicable regulation, including anti-bribery and anti-money laundering laws.