Turkish company Aksa Enerji has signed an energy agreement with Malian energy company Electricity du Mali on the construction of the heavy fuel-oil (HFO) power plant with installed capacity of 40 MW in Mali’s capital Bamako.
According to the statement from the company, electricity produced at the plant will have a three-years guarantee of purchase in which energy sales will be conducted in euros. The agreement envisages electricity generation of about 250 million kWh per year. Malian company will provide fuel for the plant’s operation and all necessary licenses and permissions for its construction and operation. The construction of a new power plant will take about five months.
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Tags: Aksa Enerji, construction, electricity, heavy fuel oil, HFO, Mali, power plant, Turkey