TCQ Power and Milele Energy raise $217 million for a power station in Sierra Leone

TCQ Power and Milele Energy raise $217 million for a power station in Sierra Leone

The two companies ended up finding financing for this project abandoned by its former donors.

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            ▪ TCQ Power and Milele Energy raise $217 million for a power station in Sierra Leone

▪ The two companies ended up finding financing for this project abandoned by its former donors.

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The deal, signed off by the Secretary-General Catherine Andrade of the Development Finance Corporation (DFC), the US agency, is set to launch work on the site. According to Jeune Afrique Business + sources, the combined-cycle power plant, located at Kissy Dock near Freetown, will have a total capacity of 87 MW.

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