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These installations, sized at 103.4kWp and 21.45kWp, incorporate battery bank storage capacities of 192kWh and 33.6kWh, respectively. In Bolodou, a centralized solar PV power plant with a remote monitoring system was established, integrating data collection functionalities for energy measurements, consumption data, and alarms.
With Guinea and Senegal benefiting from at least 2,000 to 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, a project implemented under the Agricultural and Rural Prospects Initiative (ARPI) will enable the installation of solar-powered irrigation systems for the development of sustainable agriculture in these West African countries.
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.

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