AMEA Power to build 30 MW solar plant in Djibouti

Earlier today, AMEA Power announced the signing of an Implementation Agreement (IA) and Joint Development Agreement (JDA) for a new 30 MW solar PV plant in Djibouti.

The official ceremony was held in Djibouti in the presence of His Excellency President Ismail Omar Guelleh.

The project will be Djibouti’s first solar independent power producer (IPP) and demonstrates the country’s commitment to ramping up renewable energy capacity.

In Ghoubet, near Lake Assal, Siemens Gamesa is currently completing the construction of a 60 MW wind farm on behalf of Red Sea Power, the country’s first wind IPP. The project is majority owned by the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC).

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