El Sewedy to replace Bharat Heavy Electricals in Infraco Africa/Neo Themis solar farm in Chad
The AfDB, Proparco and EAIF are financing the first tranche of this 60 MWC project, Djermaya, for €36 million.
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▪ El Sewedy to replace Bharat Heavy Electricals in Infraco Africa/Neo Themis solar farm in Chad
▪ The AfDB, Proparco and EAIF are financing the first tranche of this 60 MWC project, Djermaya, for €36 million.
The parastatal industrial group Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), selected in the first tender by the partners of the Djermaya Solar Park, 30 km north of N’Djamena, has given up the management of the investment. BHEL was supposed to lead the project on a classic EPC (engineering, procurement, construction) basis. According to Africa Business+ sources, it will be replaced by the Egyptian company El Sewedy.
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