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Africa WIND


(recent examples only) Regional distribution: US$475.3 million


Boulanouar Wind Farm in Mauritania


OPEC FUND FINANCING: US$18 MILLION (PUBLIC SECTOR) TOTAL PROJECT COST: US$143.7 MILLION APPROVED: JULY 2017 CO-FINANCIERS: AFESD, GOVERNMENT OF MAURITANIA


Boulanouar is the largest wind farm in Mauritania with a capacity to generate 102 MW. The construction of the 39-turbine wind farm was co-financed by the OPEC Fund with a US$18 million loan in 2017. The project is expected to reinforce energy supply to the cities of Nouakchott and Nouadhibou as well as helping Mauritania meet its growing domestic demands and produce a surplus that can be exported.


Access to Sustainable Energy Services in Mali, Niger and Senegal


OPEC FUND FINANCING: US$0.9 MILLION (GRANT) TOTAL PROJECT COST: US$10.5 MILLION APPROVED: SEPTEMBER 2018 CO-FINANCIERS: DG DEVCO, PLAN INTERNATIONAL


The project aims to enhance access to affordable and reliable modern energy services and promote the productive uses of energy for income-generation in rural areas of Mali, Niger and Senegal. Its specific objective is to provide access to Renewable Energy (RE) Services to rural SMEs run by women and encourage the uptake of RE-related income generating activities.


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