Supporting power project developers in Africa

Supporting power project developers in Africa

The challenge to provide affordable, low carbon and secure electricity supplies to meet the needs of growing populations, rapid urbanisation, and continued economic development is driving significant investment in new electricity generation and electrification projects throughout Africa.

For international power project developers, the first consideration is to accurately understand and analyse the legal, regulatory, macro-economic and socioeconomic background; and to assess the outlook of prospective markets.

Many factors – from the geopolitical environment, through political economy considerations and future demand requirements, to the cost-reflectivity of end-user rates – can have a significant impact on the financial viability of energy projects.

We recognise that Sustainable Development Goals can only be achieved in sub-Saharan Africa if the private and public sectors work hand in hand to develop:
• Cost-effective and low-carbon centralised power generation projects.
• Decentralised renewable energy electrification projects that deliver sustainable and affordable electricity to consumers.

To help our clients with such projects, we offer a range of services under the four headings:

  • Market identification and review:

  • Project financing:

  • Procurement support:

  • Project feasibility support:

Find out more about how we can help in this free download.

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