Renewable Power
Investing in renewable energy and powering communities

Bujagali Energy

East Africa

Cutting-Edge Solutions for Carbon Neutrality
Bujagali Energy (BEL) is a 250 MW hydropower project, supplying upto 30% of Uganda’s power. At its commissioning, it was one of the largest Clean Development Mechanism projects in the least Developing Countries and privately financed hydropower project in Africa. BEL supports livelihoods, raises literacy levels through education programs and empowers the communities.

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Ruzizi III Energy

East Africa

Spearheading Growth in the Great Lakes
Ruzizi III Energy (REL) is a 206MW visionary initiative that is currently in the pipeline. It is set to be the first regional Independent Power Producers with power off-take shared by three countries; Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo leveraging a shared regional water resource to generate power distributed equally in Eastern Africa.

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WENRECo

East Africa

Sustainable Progress through Community Connectivity
WENRECo is a 3.5 MW hydropower project in West Nile, Uganda and it is a pioneering concession rural electricity project. It was one of the first carbon-financed projects in Africa and isolated grid under a public-private partnership. It is also one of the first energy projects in the region to certify carbon emission reductions under the Clean Development Mechanism.

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Pamir Energy

Central Asia

Harnessing Hydropower for Sustainable Electricity
Pamir Energy is a 44.5 MW hydropower project in Tajikistan. It’s amongst the first privatised utilities in Central Asia. It also provides cross-border transmission to communities in Afghan Badakshan. Today Pamir Energy gives electro energy to approximately 213,000 users of Gorno Badakhshan Autonomous Oblast.
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Azito Power

West Africa

Powering West Africa Sustainably
Azito Power boasts a 460 MW thermal power plant equivalent to 25% of the country’s base load generation. It is one of the largest private-sector power plants in Sub-Saharan Africa contributing to more than 40% of the Côte d’Ivoire’s electricity generation. Its production not only fuels domestic demand but also serves as a vital export to neighbouring nations.
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NPAK Energy

Central Asia