Togo Plans to Launch Electricity for All Project in 2022

Tuesday, 14 September 2021 18:47
Togo Plans to Launch Electricity for All Project in 2022

(Togo First) - Togo plans to launch its Electricity for All project (PEPT) next year. In this framework, the country’s minister of energy and mines, Mila Aziablé, was in Côte d’Ivoire on September 9 and 10 to meet with her Ivoirian counterpart, Thomas Camara. Aziablé’s goal was to learn more about Côte d’Ivoire’s experience in terms of electricity.

The Togolese on this occasion also discussed with many actors of the Ivoirian electricity sector. They talked about the level of progress of the PEPT in Côte d’Ivoire, commercial offers, costs of implementation, spending-return details, monitoring, and the power transportation and distribution system. 

Mila Aziable went to the Ivoirian power utility’s IT center and the PEPT’s development site in Anono.

Togo, let’s recall, is committed to achieving universal electricity coverage by 2030. To this end, it has taken many steps; such as the CIZO off-grid project, expanding the grid, building mini-grids, solar plants (for example Blitta’s 50 MW plant), among others.

Esaïe Edoh

To contact us: c o n t a c t [@] t o g o f i r s t . c o m

Please publish modules in offcanvas position.