DEVELOPING ASSETS TO GENERATE AND DELIVER ENERGY ACROSS SUB‑SAHARAN AFRICA

Azura-Edo IPP

Azura-Edo IPP

Azura-Edo IPP

Azura-Edo IPP

Nigeria 461 MW Gas

Anergi is a significant shareholder in Azura-Edo IPP, a 461 MW open-cycle gas turbine power station near Benin City in Edo State, Nigeria. This is phase one of a 1,500 MW IPP facility located on a 100-hectare site which will accommodate future expansions. Anergi (through its project development subsidiary, Aldwych International Limited) played a significant role in this project achieving financial close.

Azura-Edo IPP

Azura-Edo IPP

Azura-Edo IPP

Kelvin Power

Kelvin Power

Kelvin Power

Kelvin Power

Kelvin Power

Kelvin Power

South Africa 360 MW Thermal

Anergi is the majority owner of Kelvin Power’s thermal power plant located in Johannesburg, South Africa. For decades, the plant has played a central role in providing energy supply to the city. Anergi is also the owner of the company that provides operations, maintenance and commercial management services to Kelvin Power. Anergi and its stakeholders are currently exploring options to further develop and update the plant.

Kelvin Power

Kelvin Power

Kelvin Power

Kelvin Power

Kelvin Power

Lake Turkana Wind Power

Lake Turkana Wind Power

Lake Turkana Wind Power

Lake Turkana Wind Power

Lake Turkana Wind Power

Lake Turkana Wind Power

Kenya 310 MW Wind Power

Anergi is a significant shareholder in Lake Turkana Wind Power, Africa’s largest wind farm. Comprising of 365 wind turbines, the wind farm is located in the remote Loiyangalani District of Marsabit County in Kenya. The wind farm provides reliable, low-cost energy to Kenya’s national grid and constitutes approximately 17% of Kenya’s installed capacity. Anergi (through its project development subsidiary, Aldwych International Limited) played the leading role in this project achieving financial close in December 2014.

Lake Turkana Wind Power

Lake Turkana Wind Power

Lake Turkana Wind Power

Lake Turkana Wind Power

Lake Turkana Wind Power

Rabai Power Plant

Rabai Power Plant

Rabai Power Plant

Rabai Power Plant

Rabai Power Plant

Kenya 90 MW Thermal Power

The Rabai power plant is a 90 MW combined-cycle thermal power plant located in Mombasa, Kenya. Anergi is a significant shareholder in Rabai Power, alongside Burmeister & Wain Scandinavian Contractor (BWSC), FMO (the Netherlands’ development bank) and the Investment Fund for Developing Countries (IFU). This project was co-developed by BWSC and Aldwych International Limited, Anergi’s project development subsidiary. Rabai is one of the most efficient thermal power plants in Kenya. Anergi (through Aldwych International Limited) played the leading role in this project achieving financial close in September 2008. 

Rabai Power Plant

Rabai Power Plant

Rabai Power Plant

Rabai Power Plant

Twin City Energy

Twin City Energy

Twin City Energy

Twin City Energy

Twin City Energy

Twin City Energy

Ghana 200 MW Dual Fuel

Twin City Energy is a 200 MW combined-cycle, dual-fuel power plant in Aboadze, Ghana, that can operate using crude oil and natural gas as its primary fuel. It is the only large-scale base-load-independent power generation project in sub-Saharan Africa. The construction of Twin City Energy created 400 jobs, most of which were filled by Ghanaians, and the plant employs approximately 40 people full-time. Anergi is a significant shareholder in the construction and operation management companies that provide services to the project, and Anergi (at the time Aldwych International Limited) played a leading role in achieving financial close for the project in 2016.

Twin City Energy

Twin City Energy

Twin City Energy

Twin City Energy

Twin City Energy

In Development

Djermaya Solar

Chad 32 MW Solar

Anergi (through its subsidiary, Anergi Africa Developments Limited) has been contracted by InfraCo Africa to develop phase one of this project alongside Smart Energies.

This project will involve the construction of an initial 32 MWp solar PV plant in Djermaya, 30km north of Chad’s capital, N’Djamena. The development of Djermaya Solar will be phased to gradually integrate renewable power into Chad’s national grid. The first 32 MWp phase is intended to be fully financed in 2021 and operational in 2022. This will be followed by a second 28 MWp phase. To further reinforce system stability, the project’s design integrates proven single-axis trackers PV technology and a pioneering battery energy storage system (BESS). Once built, the project will be one of Chad’s first Independent Power Producers (IPP) and one of the country’s first commercial-scale solar plants.

Khoumagueli

Guinea 40 MW Solar

Anergi (through its subsidiary, Anergi Africa Developments Limited) has been contracted by InfraCo Africa to co-develop this project alongside experienced solar PV developer, Solvéo Energie S.A.S, its subsidiary Solvéo Guinea Renewable Energy SA, and its parent company Solvéo International Investments SARL, who all bring complementary skills and knowledge to the table.

Using existing grid infrastructure, the Khoumagueli plant will be the first grid-connected solar power plant in Guinea and is strategically located near the regional interconnectors of the West African Power Pool.