According to bank documents, this summary covers proposed non-shareholder loans and interest rate swaps from Investec Bank Limited; and equity and shareholder loans /quasi equity investments from Mettle Solar Investments Pty Limited, into both NCF Energy Pty Limited ("NCF") and Tandii Investment Pty Limited in Namibia. MIGA guarantees are expected to cover: Investec's sum of non-shareholder loan and interest rate swaps of about US$15 million; and Mettle's sum of equity and shareholder loans /quasi equity investments of about US$ 5 million, for a period of up to 15 years against the risks of Transfer Restriction, Expropriation, Breach of Contract, and War and Civil Disturbance.
The proposed Projects entail the construction, ownership, operation and maintenance of two solar energy generating facilities, with a capacity of 5MW each, in Engoyi village, Okatope region in Namibia. The electricity output will be sold to the Namibia Power Corporation (Pty) Ltd under a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement. Both Projects were awarded through the Namibia's Renewable Feed in Tariff (REFIT) Program.
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