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40MW Solar Power Plant in Kenya

Brief Description of Project

This is development, build, own, operate and transfer a 40MW grid-tied solar power plant in Kenya. All electricity generated is for sale to Kenya Power Corporation (KPLC) on a 20year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). The solar power plant has got no battery storage. It is a pure solar system connected to the grid for dispatch of energy.

Scope of work:

Development Stage

  • Agreement with off-taker and Min of Energy
  • Land Acquisition
  • Environmental and Social Impact studies
  • Feasibility study (including technology selection, yield calculations, financial models etc)
  • Grid Impact study
  • Power Purchase Agreement
  • Project finance

EPC Stage

  • Engineering Design, Equipment Selection, Factory Acceptance Testing, Site Acceptance Testing, Project supervision
  • Procurement – supply and delivery of solar panels, sun tracker mounting frames, inverters, transformers, cabling, civil infrastructure, remote monitoring equipment, balance of system equipment.
  • Construction – civil (land clearing, road works, fence + security, site buildings, drainage, frame mounting) electrical connections (including sub-station connection), testing and commissioning, going live.

Operation and Maintenance Stage

  • System operation including remote monitoring
  • Scheduled and breakdown maintenance (including solar panel cleaning, parts replacement etc)

Role – Co-developer, engineering and project management.

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