AF Power sets sights on Chad
After Zimbabwe, the Singapore-based company is continuing its solar energy development in Africa, in Chad.
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▪ AF Power sets sights on Chad
▪ After Zimbabwe, the Singapore-based company is continuing its solar energy development in Africa, in Chad.
AF Power, a private entity based in Singapore whose main shareholder is businessman Sanjeev Patel, will start construction work on a 30 MW solar power plant in the coming months.
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