According to bank provided information, the investment involves the provision of a senior debt financing of up to USD 40 million, in addition to an equity bridge loan of up to USD 14 million, to finance the construction and development of a 200 MW solar PV project located in Kom Ombo, Egypt. The Project will be one of the largest privately developed utility scale solar plants in Egypt and will support the country in increasing its renewable energy capacity.
The Project objective is to further promote private sector participation in the Egyptian power sector and increase the share of renewable energy in the energy mix in line with the nationally declared targets. The Project is expected to further improve the environmental characteristics of Egypt's power sector by reducing emissions of local pollutants and CO2, as well as water consumption.
The investment is a senior debt financing of up to USD 40 million co-financed with other parties, in addition to an equity bridge loan of up to USD 14 million to the Company.
"ACWA Power Kom Ombo for Energy" is a special purpose vehicle incorporated in Egypt for the sole purpose of constructing and operating the Project. It is directly owned by "ACWA Power Kom Ombo Project Holding Company Ltd", a holding company based in the United Arab Emirates. Ultimate shareholder is the International Company for Water & Power Projects ("ACWA Power").
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