Africa

Where we work

Ivory Coast

  • Management of drinking water and sanitation public services

    • Established 1959
    • Management of drinking water and sanitation public services
  • Management of electricity public services

    • Established 1990
    • Management of electricity public services
  • Independent producer of electricity

    • Established 1994
    • 556 MW
    • Combined gas + steam IPP cycle
  • Fibre optics
    Data transmission

    • Established 2014
  • Energy efficiency

    • Established 2017
    • Energy efficiency
  • Electricity production

    • Combined gas + steam IPP cycle
    • 390 MW
    • Draft agreement signed September 2016
  • CAVALLY
    Electricity production

    • Hydroelectric IPP
    • Draft agreement signed May 2014

Gabon

  • Electricity production

    • Hydroelectric IPP in Ngoulmendjim
    • 73 MW
    • Concession agreement signed October 2016
    • Electricity purchase contract signed October 2018
  • Electricity production

    • Hydroelectric IPP in Dibwangui
    • 15 MW
    • Concession agreement signed October 2016
    • Electricity purchase contract signed October 2018
  • ORELO
    Drinking water production

    • Drinking water production factory in the Komo- Kango department
    • 140 000 m3 per day
    • Draft agreement signed March 2017
    • Concession agreement signed October 2018

Madagascar

  • SAHOFIKA

    • Hydroelectric IPP
    • 200 MW
    • Project agreement signed December 2016

Mali

  • Electricity production

    • Hydroelectric IPP
    • 42 MW
    • Concession agreement signed June 2015

RD Congo

  • Drinking water service contract

    • Established 2013
    • Services contract

Senegal

  • Management of drinking water public services

    • Established 1995
    • Management of drinking water public services

Togo

    • Combined gas + steam IPP cycle
    • 65 MW
    • Concession contract signed 23rd October 2018

Management of public services

Around 588 million people in sub-Saharan Africa, that’s 1 in 2, still does not have access to electricity (World Energy Outlook 2017 from IEA).
The African continent’s water resources have untapped potential.
The continent only uses 5.5% of the 3400 billion cubic metres of renewable water that Africa has at its disposal annually (FAO, Aquastat 2015) and 320 million Africans (35% of the population) do not have access to drinking water (OMS/ Unicef).

    • Established 1959
    • Ivory Coast
    • Management of drinking water and sanitation public services
    • Established 1990
    • Ivory Coast
    • Management of electricity public services
    • Established 1995
    • Senegal
    • Management of drinking water public services
    • Established 2013
    • Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)
    • Services contract
    • Established 2014
    • Ivory Coast
    • Fibre optics
    • Established 2017
    • Ivory Coast
    • Energy efficiency

Independent producer of electricity and water

According to the World Bank, sub-Saharan Africa has an existing electrical generation capacity of only 90 gigawatts (GW), less that the capacity of South Korea, even though the continent’s hydro-electric capacity is estimated to be 300 Gigawatts (GW).
With more than 20 years’ experience in the production of electricity and drinking water in Africa, the Eranove group studies and develops independent electricity production projects (IPP) and independent drinking water projects across the continent.

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    • Established 1994
    • Ivory Coast
    • Combined gas + steam IPP cycle
    • 556 MW
    • Mali
    • Hydroelectric IPP
    • 42 MW
    • Concession agreement signed June 2015
    • Ivory Coast
    • Combined gas + steam IPP cycle
    • 390 MW
    • Draft agreement signed September 2016
    • Togo
    • Combined gas + steam IPP cycle
    • 65 MW
    • October 2018
    • Gabon
    • Hydroelectric IPP in Ngoulmendjim
    • 73 MW
    • Concession agreement signed October 2016
    • Electricity purchase contract signed October 2018
    • Gabon
    • Hydroelectric IPP in Dibwangui
    • 15 MW
    • Concession agreement signed October 2016
    • Electricity purchase contract signed October 2018
    • Gabon
    • Drinking water production factory in the Komo- Kango department
    • 140 000 m3 per day
    • Draft agreement signed March 2017
    • Concession agreement signed October 2018
    • Madagascar
    • Hydroelectric IPP
    • 200 MW
    • Project agreement signed December 2016
    • Ivory Coast
    • Hydroelectric IPP
    • Draft agreement signed May 2014