Isolux Corsan Wins a new Contract in Gabon to Bring Electricity Into 33 Rural Villages
– The Project has a Budget of
20 Kilometres of 225 kV Power Lines and the Construction of a 20/20 kV
– The Company is Rolling out Several Energy Projects in Seven African
Isolux Corsan will be widening its footprint on the African continent,
where it runs power projects in seven countries, having just won a new
contract from the government of
north-east of the country, in the provinces of Estuaire and Moyen-Ogooue.
The project will require a capital outlay of
complete it within 30 months. It will install 200 kilometres of 20 kV power
lines, of which 140 kilometres will run between Kango and Lambarene and the
other 60 kilometres between Bifoun and Ndjole. As part of the project, it
will also build a 225/20 KV substation transformer in Bifoun.
This operation will supply power to over 10.000 villagers in rural areas
that currently have no access to electricity. It forms part of the Gabonese
government’s modernisation plan to encourage economic development in the
country and improve the quality of life for its citizens. At present, the
electricity access rate in
the urban environments and 35% of the rural areas. The government aims to
guarantee 100% coverage by 2020.
The agreement between the
this rural electrification project was signed by the minister of Energy &
Hydraulic Resources, Regis Immongault, and the Isolux Corsan representative
in the Afircan continent,
minister and head of government, Paul Biyoghe Mba.
Other electrification projects
Isolux Corsan has a robust track record for creating power supply in the
African continent. It has already proven its expertise in several projects,
company is operating rural electrification projects in
Malange and Cabinda-Landana),
(Libreville-Cap Esteiras and Franceville Okondja) for an additional
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