The African Development Bank (AfDB) Board of Directors has approved a senior concessional loan of $25 million to fund the Segou Solar PV Project, Mali's first utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant. The project, one of the first in Sub-Saharan Africa, consists of the design, construction and operations of a 33 MW Power Plant. Read more. More about AfDB in this BRIEFING.
Mali to Receive $25 Million Concessional Loan to Build Utility-Scale Solar Photovoltaic Plant and Transform the West African Energy Market
African Development Bank, 7 March 2017
The African Development Bank (AfDB) Board of Directors has approved a senior concessional loan of $25 million to fund the Segou Solar PV Project, Mali's first utility-scale solar… Read more »
Solar photovoltaic panels on sale in the remote village of Zantiebougou, Mali.
In the remote village of Zantiebougou, Mali, solar panels are powering Kone Maimouna Mariko's shea butter cooperative and Mamadou Diane's ... see more »
Mali Gains CIF Backing to Scale Up Renewable Energy (AfDB)
African Development Bank, 23 November 2011
Mali's USD 40 million investment plan to scale up renewable energy was approved in principle by the Climate Investment Fund (CIF) governing bodies during their annual meetings from… Read more »
In aligning the African Development Bank (AfDB)'s New Deal on Energy with Nigeria's Vision 2020 on improved access to electricity and diversification of energy sources, the Bank ... Read more »
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