According to bank provided information, FMO will provide a B-loan under the IFC umbrella to be used for the development, financing, construction, operation and maintenance of a 500MW solar PV power plant in Aswan Governate, Egypt, under the terms of a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement with the Egypt Electricity Transmission Company, fully guaranteed by Egypt's Ministry of Finance.
The Project will be implemented by Abydos Solar Power Company S.A.E, an Egypt-incorporated special purpose vehicle owned by AMEA Power. AMEA Power (the "Sponsor") is a subsidiary of Al-Nowais Investments, ultimately owned by the Al-Nowais family in the United Arab Emirates.
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