Solar: financial deal approaching for AMEA’s Tunisian plant

Solar: financial deal approaching for AMEA’s Tunisian plant

The UAE group is securing strong support for its photovoltaic plant.

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            ▪ Solar: financial deal approaching for AMEA’s Tunisian plant

▪ The UAE group is securing strong support for its photovoltaic plant.

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The target for this round of negotiations was to obtain $75 million, i.e. three quarters of its financing needs for its solar power plant in Kairouan. The Emirati company designated as the successful bidder in 2019 for this 100 MW project – itself part of a larger programme of 500 MW across Tunisia – has since been making the rounds of potential financial backers.

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