As stated by the DFC, Guinea suffers from a chronic power deficit. Only 26% of the population has access to electricity, and the quality of electric supply is rated the lowest out of 140 countries by the World Economic Forum. Tè Power Company SASU, established and operated by Endeavor Energy, a leading U.S. power developer, will construct and operate a 50MW thermal power plant in Conakry, addressing this deficit. The electricity generated from the Project will be the country’s lowest-cost source of baseload thermal power, and will be sold to the public electric utility under a 5-year PPA.
As stated on the companies' websites, the objective of the TÈ Power Project is to build and operate an efficient power plant that provides reliable and cost effective electricity in an environmentally and socially sustainable manner.
Endeavor Energy is a leading independent power company focused on developing, acquiring, financing, constructing, owning, and operating power generation projects in Africa.
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