Sarreole/Lekela/Chapin – Taiba Ndiaye Wind Park 158 MW – Senegal - Project Profile
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Sarreole Sarl (Sarreole), Lekela and Chapin International & Co (Chapin) are planning to build a wind farm in Taiba Ndiaye, Senegal.
The project involves the construction of a wind farm with a generation capacity of around 158MW and will be developed in three phases with 52.7MW in each phase.
It includes the construction of a substation, access roads, and related infrastructure, the installation of turbines, transformers and wind towers, and the laying of transmission lines.
In December 2013, Sarreole signed a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) to sell the power to Societe Nationale d'Electricite du Senegal, the national utility company of Senegal.
HPR ANKH Consultants has been appointed as study consultant.
Vestas Wind Systems A/S has been awarded a contract to supply 46 V-126 3.3MW turbines for the project.
In June 2015, American Capital Energy & Infrastructure (ACEI), a subsidiary of American Capital, Ltd, agreed to invest US$86 million in the project.
Chapin will undertake the project development and will provide financial advisory services for the project.
On June 22, 2016, Lekela in a joint venture of Actis and Mainstream Renewable Power (MRP) acquired the co-development rights and sole rights to invest and develop the project.
On September 21, 2016, Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and Lekela signed a formal agreement for the development, construction and operation for the wind park. OPIC agreed to provide US$250 million in finance and US$70 million in reinsurance for the project.
The project involves the construction of a 158MW wind farm in Taiba Ndiaye, Senegal.
The US$419 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a substation
2. Construction of access roads
3. Installation of turbines
4. Installation of transformers
5. Installation of wind towers
6. Laying of transmission lines
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