According to bank provided information, FMO will provide long-term funding of up to USD 70 million that is not commercially available in Mozambique, for the construction and operation of a 450 MW combined cycle gas-fired power plant. FMO is providing a B-loan following IFC.
The Borrower, a special purpose vehicle Central Termica de Temane (the “Project”) is a 450 MW combined cycle gas-fired power plant. The Project ownership consists of 85 percent by Mozambique Power Invest (“MPI”) and 15 percent by Sasol Africa Proprietary Limited (“Sasol Africa Limited”). MPI is owned 60.8 percent by Globeleq Africa Holdings Limited (“Globeleq”), 15.2 percent by EleQtra Limited (“EleQtra”) and 24 percent by Electricidade de Moçambique (EDM).
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