Only 1/2 African lives with electricity. 65% of the population of sub-Saharan live in rural areas without electricity.
The cost of extending the Electrical network is high: around $15,000 / km. Innovative financing is required to meet the high cost.
With our partners,
BASSAM INVESTMENT GROUP,
offers the central structure, and the power required for communal projects.
The first step is always to develop
a strategy based on the legal, economic, social and territorial realities.
Depending on the needs, we offer high capacity plants or micropower stations and work on projects for energy & gas network provider and retailers.
Regional's electricity companies are short of money, penalized by an aging infrastructure and unable to provide reliable energy for their customers.
Perspectives can include centralized or deconcentrated systems, from traditional or new energies and by optimization of existing infrastructures.
Expected results must respond to the problem of sustainable development that must be understood without sacrificing current generations.
The results must meet the needs of the territories without having a lasting impact on the cash position of the states.
The results should include a large share of technology transfer and focus on systems that can be maintained under local operational conditions (focus on local recruitment and training).