Kahone and Kaél solar plants in Senegal go into commercial operation

The Kahone and Kaél solar power plants, with a combined capacity of 60 MWp, are now supplying power to Senegal’s national electricity grid. The projects are owned by a consortium of Engie, Meridiam and Senegal’s Fonsis. These companies will sell power to the Senegalese national electricity company Senelec at 25 CFA Francs per kWh. The Kahone solar power plant has a capacity of 35 MWp and is located in the Kaolack region of the state. The Kaél solar plant has a capacity of 25 MWp and is located in the Diourbel region.

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