According to bank documents, FMO is considering a guarantee to the Engineering, Procurement and Construction provider, SUMEC alongside an investment opportunity in JCM Salima UK Ltd ("Salima"), a company incorporated in the U.K. and 75% owner of JCM Matswani Solar Corp Ltd, a Malawi Special Purpose Vehicle (the "Project Company") established for the development of a 60 MWac solar PV plant located in the Salima district of Malawi (the "Project"). Infraco Africa Ltd owns the remaining 25% of the Project Company. The Project was developed by InfraCo Africa, JCM Power and Matswani Capital.
FMO's financing will be used to finance the construction of the Project which will be the first solar PV plant and Independent Power Producer in the country upon its completion.
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*Contact information not provided at the time of disclosure*
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