According to the bank website, "...The investors have applied for MIGA guarantees of US$14.1 million for a period of 20 years against the risks of Transfer Restriction, Expropriation, War and Civil Disturbance and Breach of Contract.
The Project is to develop, construct, finance, operate and maintain a 15 megawatt hydropower plant on a build-own-operate-transfer ("BOOT") basis. The Project is located on the Tina River, 20 kilometers southeast of Honiara, the capital city of the Solomon Islands. The Project will be developed by THL, a special purpose company owned by K-water and HEC. THL will sell electricity to the Solomon Islands Electricity Authority ("SIEA"), the state-owned vertically integrated power utility, under a 30-year power purchase agreement ("PPA"). THL also signed the Implementation Agreement ("IA") and the Government Guarantee Agreement ("GGA") with the government of the Solomon Islands on December 6, 2018.
The Project is the first utility scale hydropower project and the first BOOT project in the Solomon Islands. The Project is expected to generate power of 78.35 gigawatt hours per annum."
No contact information provided at the time of disclosure.
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