IFC will assist the Government of Zambia to (i) increase solar power supply, increasing the country's renewable generation capacity and relieving its dependence on seasonal hydro power; (ii) mobilize private investment by attracting one or more private sector partners to develop up to 500MW of photovoltaic capacity. IFC will apply a two-phased transaction implementation model. In Phase 1, IFC will carry out necessary due diligence analysis of the project, assessment of investor's interest and preparation and presentation of the recommended transation structure. In Phase 2, IFC will support IDC throughout implementation and conclusion of the project tender process until commercial close.
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