The proposed CIPREL 5 Independent Power Project (“the project” or “the CIPREL 5 project”) is being developed by Atinkou S.A. (“Atinkou” or “the Company”), a Special Purpose Vehicle owned by Eranove, a leading industrial group that manages and provides technical oversight to its subsidiaries in Côte d'Ivoire and Senegal. The project consists in the construction and operation of a natural gas-fired power plant near Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. The Project is designed as a 390 MW combined cycle to be built on a new site located approximately 50 km west from Abidjan and will be constructed and operated under a 20-year Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (“BOOT”) concession agreement. The proposed IFC investment includes an IFC A loan and client risk management instruments (interest rate hedging) for an aggregate amount of up to EUR  million. In addition, IFC will be mobilizing the remaining balance of the required debt amount for the project.
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