Africa50 Featured in African Banker Magazine

Après 17 ans passés à la Société financière internationale (Banque mondiale), Alain Ebobissé a pris les rênes du fonds Africa50, il y a un peu plus d’un an, avec l’ambition de «mieux servir l’Afrique» et de construire un pont entre les pays africains.

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Scatec Solar secures financing for 400MW solar projects in Egypt

Norwegian solar developer Scatec Solar has secured financing of $335m from a consortium of international Development Finance Institutions, including Africa50, for the development of six solar projects totaling 400MW in Egypt.

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Africa50 Featured in Africa Energy Newsletter (October 2017)

Africa50 is building up a project pipeline with a focus on the power sector. New chief executive Alain Ebobissé is keen to bridge the gap between shareholder governments and the private sector to sign more projects, writes Thalia Griffiths

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Africa50 Reaches Financial Close for Solar Plants in Egypt

Africa50, the infrastructure fund for Africa, Scatec Solar and Norfund have signed the long-term financing documentation for the 400 MWDC utility scale photovoltaic (PV) power plants in Egypt for which they had previously entered into a Joint Development Agreement (JDA). The project, which was developed under the second round of the Egyptian Feed-in Tariff Program, reached financial close on October 27.

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Interview with Alain Ebobisse in Forbes Afrique (French)

Pour continuer à croître économiquement, les pays du continent ont besoin de développer leurs infrastructures. Bien que des progrès non-négligeables aient été effectués, des challenges persistent dans ce domaine. Forbes Afrique s’est entretenu avec Alain Ebobissé, CEO d’Africa 50, pour un petit état des lieux sur ce sujet.

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