The African Development Bank, through the Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA), recently organised a webinar on the assessment report of the green mini-grid market in Guinea.
This grant will specifically finance technical, economic, financial and environmental and social pre-feasibility studies of green mini-grid projects.
IPT will modernise the energy supply infrastructure in Lebanon and Guinea using solar panels and storage media to save up to 40 percent of energy and reduce diesel consumption.
OPIC’s commitments include loans, guaranties and political risk insurance, across 12 utility-scale power plants, eight off-grid and small-scale renewable projects and four microfinance and investment facilities. The power projects OPIC supports in Africa span nine countries including Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Togo and Zambia.