The airport of Lomé starts its energetic transition

Friday, 18 September 2020 16:40
The airport of Lomé starts its energetic transition

(Togo First) - A PV solar plant is going to be built at the Gnassingbé Eyadéma International Airport (AIGE). The project aligns with the infrastructure’s transition toward renewable energies. 

“To meet the AIGE’s energy demand, align with the country’s ambitions in terms of clean power production, and achieve sustainable growth, the Lomé-Tokoin Airport Company (SALT) has decided to build a photovoltaic solar plant, a statement released by SALT indicates. 

While the facility’s installed capacity is yet to be revealed, the plant should meet the airport’s full demand which is currently met with power from the Togolese power utility, CEET, and emergency generators.

Regarding the monitoring and control of works related to the project, the SALT calls interested companies to submit their technical dossier to the secretariat of its Chief Financial and Accounting Officer by October 12, 2020. A notice of the expression of interest was released in this framework. 

Séna Akoda

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