According to bank documents, International Company for Water and Power Projects (ACWA Power or developer) is seeking MIGA coverage of the commercial debt tranche for Alcom Energy. Alcom Energy will be responsible for managing construction and operational aspects for the Project. Alcom Energy's project, hereafter referred to as the 'project', comprises a 50 Mega Watts alternative current (MWAC) solar PV plant located in the Benban solar complex in the Aswan Province of Egypt. The project forms part of the Egyptian government feed-in-tariff (FiT) scheme aimed at diversifying and securing Egypt's electricity supply. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is also providing long term senior debt financing to the Project.
In addition to the Alcom Energy project, ACWA Power is seeking MIGA coverage of the commercial debt tranche on two other projects within the Benban solar complex: ACWA Benban One for Energy and TK for Solar and Renewable Energy Systems. Individual ESRSs have been prepared for each project.
The project is allocated to plot 3-1 (approximately 97 hectares (Ha)) in the Benban solar complex. The project will have alternating current capacity of 50 MWAC and peak direct current capacity of 70MWDCP, and will be linked to substation 1 (SS1) on the northeastern corner of the Benban complex via an underground 22 kilovolt (kV) transmission line following the internal routes right-of-way (RoW) installed by EETC. SS1 covers an area of 15 km2.
Alcom Energy is a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) company to be indirectly owned by ACWA Power, Al Tawakol Electrical Co. incorporated in Egypt (Al Tawakol), and Hassan Allam Holding incorporated in Egypt (Hassan Allam)
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