According to bank documents, this summary covers an application made by Okavango Biology Mauritius Limited of Mauritius to cover equity and shareholder loan investments totaling up to US$45 million in two solar power plants, Konkoonsies II and Aggeneys, currently under construction in the Northern Cape of South Africa. Okavango Biology is a subsidiary company of the Actis Energy 4 LP fund, controlled by Actis of the United Kingdom. Coverage is being requested against the risks of Transfer Restriction and Inconvertibility, Expropriation, War and Civil Disturbance, and Breach of Contract.
The Project scope consists of the construction, ownership, operation, and maintenance of two solar power plants, which have a combined installed capacity of 132 MW. The electricity output will be sold to Eskom SOC under a 20-year power purchase agreement. The Project was awarded under Round 4 of the South African Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Procurement program (REIPPP).
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