Through its subsidiary, Kénié Renewable Energy, on 18th June 2015 the Eranove group signed a 30-year concession agreement with the Republic of Mali’s government for the financing, development, construction and operation of the Kénié 42 MW hydroelectric plant at Baguinéda, on the Niger river, 35km east of Bamako.
In June 2018, Kénié Renewable Energy began the EPC tendering process (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) for the plant’s construction, a decisive step in the project’s implementation.
Two companies of the Eranove group, CIPREL and Kenié Énergie Renouvelable, were awarded prizes by EMEA Finance magazine at a ceremony held in London today…read more
On 18 June, the Eranove Group, a major pan-African player in the electricity and water sectors, signed a 30-year concession agreement with the government of the Republic of Mali through its subsidiary Kenié Energie Renouvelable. Under the agreement, which is effective from the date of signing, the Group will finance…read more