SA company developing PV projects in Africa

 

South African clean energy producer, BioTherm Energy has received two grant awards so far this year from the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA). As developer to Ghanaian company, Buipe Solar, the first of two official signing ceremonies in March, saw the company receive a grant to support technical and environmental studies for a 20 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in northern Ghana. Earlier, the company had been informed that it had also been awarded a grant for a feasibility study for two 17 MW solar photovoltaic plants in Burkina Faso. An official signing ceremony was held in Burkina Faso in April. For the Burkina Faso project, the company will develop the plants on behalf of Société de Production d’Energie Solaire de Kodéni SAS.

Contact Mohamed Yusuf, Biotherm Energy, Tel 011 367-4600, myusuf@biothermenergy.com

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