Qair and STOA’s Mihia platform invests €50 million in solar power plants in Burkina

Qair and STOA’s Mihia platform invests €50 million in solar power plants in Burkina

The holding company Make it Happen in Africa (Mihia) is 51% owned by the French independent renewable energy producer Qair, and 49% by the impact fund STOA Infra & Énergie, controlled by Caisse des Dépôts (83.3%) and Agence Française de Développement (16.7%).

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            ▪ Qair and STOA’s Mihia platform invests €50 million in solar power plants in Burkina

▪ The holding company Make it Happen in Africa (Mihia) is 51% owned by the French independent renewable energy producer Qair, and 49% by the impact fund STOA Infra & Énergie, controlled by Caisse des Dépôts (83.3%) and Agence Française de Développement (16.7%).

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/809703/qair-and-stoas-mihia-platform-invests-e50-million-in-solar-power-plants-in-burkina-faso/

The new investment platform will focus on renewable energy projects in Africa (solar, wind, hydroelectric, eco-combustion and electricity storage).

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