Providing access to essential

The Eranove group is a pan-African industrial platform for public services management and independent water and electricity production.

The Eranove group has its headquarters in Paris and operates throughout Africa. The Eranove group develops bespoke, innovative solutions that help to provide access to essential services for as many people as possible, in accordance with international standards of corporate responsibility.

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Management of public services

Independent producer of electricity and water

1 900 000 drinking water customers
455 million m3 of drinking water produced
+9000 collaborators
2 200 000 electricity customers
535 000 sanitation customers
1247 MW electricity capacity operated
13 June 2019

The Togolese Republic and the Eranove Group Lay First Stone of the Future Kékéli Power Station

His Excellency Mr. Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé, President of the Togolese Republic and the Director General of the Panafrican industrial group Eranove, Mr. Marc Albérola, proceeded today to lay the foundation stone of the future Kékéli thermal power plant (Kékéli meaning “aurora” in Mina language), which will be located in the port area of ​​Lomé.

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20 December 2018

The State of Côte d’Ivoire and the Eranove Group sign a concession agreement for a 390 MW power plant

The Minister of Petroleum, Energy and Renewable Energies, Mr Abdourahmane Cissé, the Minister of Economy and Finance, Mr Adama Koné, the Secretary of State to the Prime Minister in charge of the Budget and State Portfolio, Mr Moussa Sanogo, and the Director General of Atinkou, Bernard N’Guessan Kouassi, in the presence of the Managing Director of the Eranove Group, Mr Marc Albérola, have signed on Wednesday 19 December 2018…

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27 November 2018

IVORY COAST: The Centre for Electricity Jobs (CME) achieves a 98% success rate in the 2018 Electrical Engineering degree course

The Centre for Electricity Jobs’ second class to graduate from the Electrical Engineering degree course achieved a 98% success rate. The diploma ceremony took place on 24th November. This result, compared to the national average of 57%, is really satisfying and encouraging. It follows on from a 95% success rate that was already achieved in 2017.

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