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50 MW of Solar Energy Supply by Trysbas Energy within 5 Years

50 MW photovoltaic solar power plants will be constructed in Madagascar over the next five years. They are the outcome of a cooperation agreement signed on June 20, 2019 between the government and Trysbas Energy, a French company. According to the authorities, this step will necessarily increase the percentage of access to electricity, which is currently 15%.


The Malagasy government and the French company Trysbas Energy, which has been establishing and developing photovoltaic solar power plants since 2008, will cospire in the coming months on solar energy projects in Madagascar. An agreement was signed between the two parties, moving towards for the construction of three solar photovoltaic power plants in the country. They will be located in the Analamanga and Vakinakarata regions. The project will supply electricity to nearly 50,000 households within five years. The aggregate capacity of the three plants will be 50 MW, in meanwhile.

In Madagascar, the utilization to electricity is 15% and barely 5% in rural areas. In recent years, climate change has not made electricity distribution more trustworthy. The construction of these three solar power plants with a combined capacity of 50 MW will boost the current situation, according to government forecasts. For Vonjy Adriamanga, Madagascar’s Minister of Energy, Water and Hydraucarbons and signatory to the agreement, “accelerating electrification and increasing energy production are two strategic objectives in the government quota. The locals must have access to electricity and the objective is to increase the access rate to 50%.”
 

Source : bizews.com
Posted On: 7/30/2019 12:00:00 AM

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