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1.

Government of Nicaragua

Methodology for the Identification of Land for Civil Works

  • 300,000
  • Nicaragua
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Methodology for the Identification of Land for Civil Works
Company Name Government of Nicaragua
Funded By 50
Country Nicaragua , Central America
Project Value 300,000
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Methodology for the Identification of Land for Civil Works Project Status: Implementation Develop a methodology to identify in a more expedient manner the appropriate land for different types of civil works in Nicaragua. PROJECT DETAIL PROJECT NUMBERNI-T1271 APPROVAL DATEOctober 17, 2019 PROJECT COUNTRYNicaragua PROJECT SECTORHEALTH PROJECT SUBSECTORHEALTH-HEALTH SERVICES PROJECT TYPETechnical Cooperation ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT CATEGORYC PROJECT STATUSImplementation PROJECT INFORMATION TOTAL COSTUSD 300,000 COUNTRY COUNTERPART FINANCINGUSD 0 FUNDOrdinary Capital

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Company Name Government of Nicaragua
Web Site https://www.iadb.org/en/project/NI-T1271

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ROADS AUTHORITY

MALAWI M1 ROAD REHABILITATION I

  • 191 Million
  • Malawi
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MALAWI M1 ROAD REHABILITATION I
Company Name ROADS AUTHORITY
Funded By 37
Country Malawi , Eastern Africa
Project Value 191 Million
Project Detail

The project consists of a multi-scheme road operation for the rehabilitation of about 347 km of the single carriageway M1 road in Malawi with no changes to the existing alignment. The project includes the civil works along five distinct road sections identified from north to south as follows: Karonga-Songwe (46km); Kecheche-Chiweta (66km); Jenda-Mzimba (47km); Kasungu-Jenda (86km); Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) Kasungu (102 km), in addition two technical assistance components are included for project implementation and monitoring during the project cycle. Objectives The objective of the project is to improve food security, access to trade and essential services through the provision of basic road infrastructure by providing a reliable and durable M1 road integrated into the Common Market for Eastern & Southern Africa (COMESA) North-South Corridor. The project is expected to increase the traffic safety and security of the M1 road.

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Web Site https://www.eib.org/en/projects/pipelines/all/20140373

3.

MINISTERE DU PLAN

Kandadji Ecosystems Regeneration and Niger Valley Development Programme Support Project

  • 92 Million
  • Niger
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Kandadji Ecosystems Regeneration and Niger Valley Development Programme Support Project
Company Name MINISTERE DU PLAN
Funded By 3
Country Niger , All Region
Project Value 92 Million
Project Detail

Project General Description The Kandadji Programme Support Project is in keeping with the 2017-2021 Economic and Social Development Plan (ESDP) of Niger. The Kandadji Programme is a key component in regulating the waters of the Niger River and is one of the priorities of the Sustainable Development Action Plan (SDAP) for the Niger Basin. The program’s objective is to regenerate the river ecosystems and increase agricultural and energy production through the construction of a regulatory dam on the Niger River. The project will focus on implementation of the civil works on the dam and its ancillary structures, implementation of the Resettlement Action Plan in Phase A, implementation of the updated ESMP as well as project management and coordination. It will be implemented over a six-year period (2019-2025). The project will incorporate gender and youth employment in a crosscutting manner in all its components. Project Objectives The project objective is to contribute to poverty reduction and the regeneration of river ecosystems. The specific objectives of this key, multi-sector and multipurpose project are to: (i) regulate the low-water period flow rate to ensure ecosystem regeneration and water security; (ii) sustainably increase agricultural and animal production through irrigation control and the rationalisation of natural resource development; and (iii) increase the electricity access rate for people living in rural, peri-urban and urban areas, in several towns and localities in Niger.

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Company Name MINISTERE DU PLAN
Address BABAH Mohamed Aly Email m.babah@afdb.org
Web Site https://projectsportal.afdb.org/dataportal/VProject/show/P-NE-AA0-020

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Eswatini Water Services

Kingdom of Eswatini: Water Supply and Sanitation Access Project

  • 45 Million
  • Swaziland
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Kingdom of Eswatini: Water Supply and Sanitation Access Project
Company Name Eswatini Water Services
Funded By 106
Country Swaziland , Southern Africa
Project Value 45 Million
Project Detail

The objective of the Water Supply and Sanitation Access Project for Eswatini is to increase access to improved water supply and sanitation services in targeted areas of Eswatini. The project has four components. (1) Resilient water access and management component will provide financing to increase potable water supply coverage in the Shiselweni region; improve long-term management of water resources, investment planning, and sustainability of water supply service provision; and build resilience to climate and disaster risks, with a focus on droughts. (2) Improve Sanitation Access component will build on the ongoing work that has been done by the EHD on appropriate technology/sanitation service delivery for rural domestic sanitation to arrive at an open defecation-free corridor in the three tinkhundla (Zombodze, Hosea, and Shiselweni I) that will benefit from improved access to water services. (3) Project management component will provide project management support including operating costs, the preparation of progress reports, and independent audits, as well as support on project financial, procurement, environmental, and social management, as needed. (4) Contingency emergency response component will support potential disaster recovery needs by providing immediate response to an eligible crisis or emergency, as needed. This may consist of immediate support in assessing the emergency’s impact and developing a recovery strategy or the restructuring of existing or provision of new IPF and may also include operating costs, supply of critical parts and equipment, minor civil works rehabilitation, supply of fuel, rent of generators, as well as rapid transportation of chemicals and critical parts by express mechanisms.

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Ministry of Transport

Obigarm-Nurobod Road Project - Long Bridge and Approach Roads

  • 69 Million
  • Tajikistan
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Obigarm-Nurobod Road Project - Long Bridge and Approach Roads
Company Name Ministry of Transport
Funded By 117
Country Tajikistan , Central Asia
Project Value 69 Million
Project Detail

The Obigarm-Nurobod road section of the existing M41 highway will be inundated once the Rogun Hydropower Project (HPP) reservoir is filled to operating levels and will require construction of a new 76-km M41 highway alignment through mountainous terrain. This investment, which will include (i) civil works including roadway, tunnels, and bridges; and (ii) consulting services, is being designed as an integrated investment program divided into three sections (Investment Program), each section to be supported by different financiers, as follows: (a) Civil Works: • Road Section 1 – 30 km (ADB and OFID) • Road Section 2 – 45 km (EBRD) • Bridge and Road Section 3 – 1.4 km (AIIB) (b) Consulting Services • Construction Supervision Section 1 (ADB and OFID) • Construction Supervision Section 2 (EBRD) • Design and Construction Supervision Section 3 (AIIB) AIIB will support Section 3 of the Investment Program (Section 3, or the Project), which includes an approximately 800-m bridge over the Rogun HPP Reservoir, and 640m of roadway approaches to the bridge, near the town of Nurobod, as well as related consulting services. Objective The objective of the Project is to maintain and improve connectivity between Dushanbe, the northeast region of Tajikistan and the Kyrgyz Republic via the M41 highway, which is located on Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) corridors 2, 3, and 5 Connectivity and safety along the improved M41 road between Obigarm and Nurobod

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Company Name Ministry of Transport
Address Mirzozoda Sukhrob Begmat 1st Deputy Minister Email info@mintrans.tj
Web Site https://www.aiib.org/en/projects/proposed/2019/obigarm-nurobod-road-project.html

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Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia

Preparing the East-West Highway (Shorapani-Argveta Section) Improvement Project

  • 200,000
  • Georgia
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Preparing the East-West Highway (Shorapani-Argveta Section) Improvement Project
Company Name Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia
Funded By 12
Country Georgia , Western Asia
Project Value 200,000
Project Detail

The Government of Georgia, through the Roads Department (RD) of the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure, is planning capacity expansion of the current 2-lane mountainous section of the East West Highway (Highway E60) between Chumateleti and Argveta in central Georgia, a distance of about 53 km, through mountainous terrain. The Government has requested the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and several other development partners to finance this expansion program. Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy The Government of Georgia is committed to developing the country as a regional transport and logistics hub for trade between Europe and Central Asia and even East Asia. The East West Highway (EWH), stretching 410 km from Sarpi on the Black Sea, at the border with Turkey, through the center of the country to the capital Tbilisi and on to the border with Azerbaijan, is the main inter-regional and international route between western and eastern Georgia, as well as its neighboring countries. The EWH represents about 2% of Georgias road network length, one fourth of its international road network and carries over 60% of the countrys foreign trade. The EWH serves 13,000 vehicles per day (vpd) on average, with a traffic growth rate of over 10% per annum since 2005. After Georgias admission to CAREC in 2016, the EWH has been an integral part of one of the six key CAREC corridors providing the shortest transit link connecting Central Asia with Europe and East Asia. A feasibility study financed under a World Bank project for the Chumateleti Argveta section (comprising four sections F1 through F4) of the EWH was completed in 2015. The World Bank and EIB are cofinancing section F1 of about 11km from Chumateleti to Khevi. Procurement for civil works is on-going. Detailed design of the approximate 42 km section, sections F2, F3, and F4 between Khevi and Argveta, have been finalized under an ongoing ADB loan (Loan 2843-GEO). L3715-GEO: East-West Highway (Khevi Ubisa Section) Improvement Project (F2) was approved by ADB on 27 September 2018, the civil works contract was awarded on 20 November 2018 with mobilization advance disbursed on 21 December 2018. Contractor mobilization is expected in May 2019. The E-60 Ubisa Shorapani Section F3 (FL 20160404) was approved by the EIB on 3 September 2018, the civil works contract was awarded on 21 November 2018 with mobilization advance also disbursed in December 2018. Contractor mobilization is expected in June 2019. F4 Shorapani Argveta Road Section (E60 Highway) was prepared for financing by JICA through a tied loan. However, the bidding process which took place in 2018 was not successful. The Government is now considering ADB financing for this section. The section improvement requires the construction of 12 tunnels (6 double tubes), 12 bridges (10 long span, 2 short span), 4 interchanges and several deep cuttings and high embankments with a total length of 14.8 km. While there are some similarities between the 2 institutions requirements, the proposed projects documentation (such as EIA, LARP, bidding documents, etc.) finalized in 2018 needs to be adjusted to be in line with ADBs standards and policies and updated to reflect the new timeline. Other than the on-going land acquisition which will need to be comprehensively verified, the due diligence is not expected to be lengthy or substantial, especially since ADB financed the initial project preparation. The proposed project will improve the Shorapani Argveta section (F4) of the East West Highway. Further, the projects focus on climate resilient design will contribute to the sustainability of Georgias road network. The outcome of the project is Efficiency and safety of road transport along the EWH improved. The project will be aligned with the following impacts: (i) economic growth and regional connectivity supported (Georgia 2020),2 and (ii) competitive corridors across the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) region established (CAREC Program). The project is in line with the governments Georgia 2020 Strategy and fits with ADBs Strategy 2030. The proposed small-scale technical assistance (SSTA) will ensure that the project will be prepared to acceptable technical, safeguards, and procurement standards. The ensuing project is expected to meet the _high readiness_ criteria before Board consideration.

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Company Name Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia
Address 12 Khazbegi Str. 0160 Tbilisi Georgia
Web Site https://www.adb.org/projects/53178-002/main#project-pds

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Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Agency (AT2ER)

Rural electrification project by mini solar power plant in Togo

  • 147,000 Trillion
  • Togo
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Rural electrification project by mini solar power plant in Togo
Company Name Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Agency (AT2ER)
Funded By 107
Country Togo , Western Africa
Project Value 147,000 Trillion
Project Detail

CORRIDORS MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE RING OF GROWTH IN WEST AFRICA (WAGRI-CACAO) 1. TITLE: Rural electrification project by mini solar power plant in Togo 2. COUNTRIES OF INTERVENTION: TOGO 3. AREA OF INTERVENTION: The whole extent of the territory 4. AREAS OF INTERVENTION: Energy 5. Strategic axis of the management plan: Button A, development of economic sectors 6.JUSTIFICATION OF THE PROJECT: In order to achieve Goal 7 of the SDGs and boost economic development in rural areas, the Government of Togo has developed, through the Ministry of Mines and Energies, a rural electrification strategy. The main objective of this Togo electrification strategy is to reach the governments vision of access to electricity in order to achieve a 90% access rate by 2028. The access rate at the end of 2016 was 36% at national level, 6% in rural areas. The strategy highlights the need to electrify isolated mini-grids based on renewable energies, a number of localities, whose population is dense but away from the network. This choice is justified by techno-economic considerations. Indeed, the geographical position of the localities concerned in relation to the network does not justify their connection to the network. The strategy is also based on the involvement of the private sector, the public sector can not mobilize alone the volume of investment needed to achieve the objectives. In order to allow these populations living far from the existing network to access modern electricity services, thus increasing the rate of access to electricity in Togo, the Togolese Government has undertaken a rural electrification program. decentralized by photovoltaic solar system. The number of localities to be electrified is 317 throughout the national territory. This project is divided into five lots, the unit costs of which will be determined at the end of the studies. 7. MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS Project Manager: Togolese State (Ministry of Mines and Energy) / Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Agency (AT2ER) Project management: Firm / company to recruit Beneficiaries: Population in project areas, small and medium enterprises, small and medium industries Other stakeholders: Ministries responsible for the agriculture, industry, trade and local government sectors. Coordination and monitoring and evaluation The monitoring and evaluation missions will be carried out by the Monitoring and Evaluation Division of the Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Agency (AT2ER). Monitoring and evaluation will make it possible to monitor the proper execution of construction, installation and operation works under the conditions defined by the various contracts. 8. STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS General Objective (Goal): Contribute to the increase of the electrification rate of the national territory Specific objectives: 1. Increase the rate of rural electrification 2. Promote renewable energies Expected results : (Deliverables) 1. Energy is available to rural households 2. The share of renewable energies in the energy mix is ??increased Main activities : 1. Conduct a thorough environmental and social impact assessment 2. Perform the civil works 3. Perform electrical engineering work 4. Set up a technical and commercial operating system Environmental and social impact: In-depth environmental and social impact assessments will include measures to reduce negative effects on the social and physical environment 9. FINANCING PLAN Estimated cost of the project: 147,000,000,000 CFA francs Amount mobilized: CFAF 21,000,000,000 Rate: 14% Source Amount Financing instrument (PPP, State Budget, Loan, Other) F CFA USD State: 21,000,000,000 38,181,818 Loan (BOAD) Private promoter: Development partners: Private partners: 126 000 000 0000 229 090 910 PPP Remaining to be mobilized: 126 000 000 000 229 090 910 Rate: 86% 10. DURATION - MAIN STAGES OF THE PROJECT Estimated completion time 12 months Start date: Has determined End date: Has determined

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Company Name Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Agency (AT2ER)
Address Tokoin Gbonvié, not far from ATBEF 14 BP 128 Lomé - Togo Tel: (+228) 22 21 21 44 | (+228) 22 21 21 66 Email: info@at2er.tg | at2ertogo@gmail.com
Web Site http://www.uemoa.int/sites/default/files/bibliotheque/fiches_projets_togo.zip

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Togolese State (Ministry of Mines and Energy) / Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energies Agency (AT2ER)

Project hydro-electric development of the site of TETETOU

  • 82,667 Trillion
  • Togo
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Project hydro-electric development of the site of TETETOU
Company Name Togolese State (Ministry of Mines and Energy) / Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energies Agency (AT2ER)
Funded By 107
Country Togo , Western Africa
Project Value 82,667 Trillion
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CORRIDORS MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE RING OF GROWTH IN WEST AFRICA (WAGRI-CACAO) 1. TITLE: Project hydro-electric development of the site of TETETOU 2. COUNTRIES OF INTERVENTION: TOGO 3. INTERVENTION AREA: TETETOU (Plateau Region) 4. AREAS OF INTERVENTION: Energy 5. Strategic axis of the master plan: Button A, development of economic sectors 6.JUSTIFICATION OF THE PROJECT: Togo is located in the Gulf of Guinea region, between the Republics of Benin and Ghana. Country of 56 600 km2, it is stretched from north to south for 600 km and its width varies from 50 to 150 km. It has 55 km of Atlantic frontage. Its northern border borders Burkina Faso. The Government of Togo is committed to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to guarantee access for all to reliable, sustainable and modern energy services, at an affordable cost by 2030. The goal is to achieve a 50% renewable rate in the energy mix by 2030. In 2016, Togo imported nearly 58% of the energy used from Ghana, Nigeria and Côte dIvoire. Ivory. Faced with this energy dependence and the change in the status of the Benin Electricity Community (CEB), which will now only take care of transport, Togo must set up a program for its energy autonomy. To achieve this goal, a hydro program has been developed. The first phase of this program targets the development of 3 priority sites including the present project which aims at the development of the Tététou hydroelectric site for an installed capacity of 64 MW. 7. MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS Project Manager: Togolese State (Ministry of Mines and Energy) / Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energies Agency (AT2ER) Project management: Cabinets / company to recruit Beneficiaries: Population of the project area and surrounding localities Other stakeholders: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Ministry of Infrastructure, Local Government. Coordination and monitoring-evaluation The monitoring and evaluation missions will be carried out by the Monitoring and Evaluation Division of the Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Agency (AT2ER). Monitoring and evaluation will make it possible to monitor the proper execution of construction, installation and operation works under the conditions defined by the various contracts. The results of these missions will be reported in project status reports and reports on expenditures, commitments and disbursements will also be prepared. Major issues and challenges will be flagged with the recommended solutions. At the end of the project, a completion report will be prepared by the Togolese government. 8. STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS General Objective (Goal): Contribute to improving Togos energy self-sufficiency Specific objectives: 1. Increase Togos energy production capacity 2. Increase the share of renewable energies in the energy mix 3. Improve the quality of electricity service in Togo 4. Reduce the cost of producing energy Expected results : (Deliverables) 1. Energy production increased by 64 MW 2. The share of renewable energy in the energy mix has increased 3. The technical losses are reduced 4. The cost of energy is stable Main activities : 1. Conduct a thorough environmental and social impact assessment 2. Perform the civil works 3. Perform electrical engineering work 4. Set up a technical and commercial operating system Environmental and social impact: In-depth environmental and social impact assessments will include measures to reduce negative effects on the social and physical environment 9. FINANCING PLAN Estimated cost of the project: 82,667,377,000 Amount mobilized: 0 Rate: 0% Source Amount Financing instrument (PPP, State Budget, Loan, Other) F CFA USD State: 14,880 127,860 27,054,778 State budget Private promoter: Development partners: Private partners: 67,787,249 140,123 249,544 PPP Remaining to be mobilized: 67,787,249 140,123 249,544 Rate: 82% 10. DURATION - MAIN STAGES OF THE PROJECT Estimated completion time 60 months Start: - to be determined End: - to be determined

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Company Name Togolese State (Ministry of Mines and Energy) / Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energies Agency (AT2ER)
Address OAU city, within the building CICA-RE 05 BP 1009 Lomé TOGO brclome@uemoa.int +228 22 26 56 11
Web Site http://www.uemoa.int/sites/default/files/bibliotheque/fiches_projets_togo.zip

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Togolese State (Ministry of Mines and Energy) / Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energies Agency (AT2ER)

Hydro-electric project of the site of TITIRA

  • 38,684 Trillion
  • Togo
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Hydro-electric project of the site of TITIRA
Company Name Togolese State (Ministry of Mines and Energy) / Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energies Agency (AT2ER)
Funded By 107
Country Togo , Western Africa
Project Value 38,684 Trillion
Project Detail

CORRIDORS MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE RING OF GROWTH IN WEST AFRICA (WAGRI-CACAO) 1. TITLE: Hydro-electric project of the site of TITIRA 2. COUNTRIES OF INTERVENTION: TOGO 3. AREA OF INTERVENTION: TITIRA (Prefecture of Kéran) 4. AREAS OF INTERVENTION: Energy 5. Strategic axis of the management plan: Button A, development of economic sectors 6.JUSTIFICATION OF THE PROJECT: Togo is located in the Gulf of Guinea region, between the Republics of Benin and Ghana. Country of 56 600 km2, it is stretched from north to south for 600 km and its width varies from 50 to 150 km. It has 55 km of Atlantic frontage. Its northern border borders Burkina Faso. The Government of Togo is committed to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to guarantee access for all to reliable, sustainable and modern energy services, at an affordable cost by 2030. The goal is to achieve a 50% renewable rate in the energy mix by 2030. In 2016, Togo imported nearly 58% of the energy used from Ghana, Nigeria and Côte dIvoire. Ivory. Faced with this energy dependence and the change in the status of the CEB, which will now only deal with transport, Togo must set up a program for its energy autonomy. To achieve this goal, a hydro program has been developed. The first phase of this program targets the development of 3 priority sites including the present project which aims at the development of the Titira hydroelectric site for an installed capacity of 24 MW. The Titira site is located 13 km (in a straight line) northeast of the city of Kanté. 7. MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS Project Manager: Togolese State (Ministry of Mines and Energy) / Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energies Agency (AT2ER) Project management: Cabinets / company to recruit Beneficiaries: Population of the site and localities as well as surrounding production units Other stakeholders: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Ministry of Infrastructure, local authorities Coordination and monitoring and evaluation The monitoring and evaluation missions will be carried out by the Monitoring and Evaluation Division of the Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Agency (AT2ER). Monitoring and evaluation will make it possible to monitor the proper execution of construction, installation and operation works under the conditions defined by the various contracts. The results of these missions will be reported in project status reports and reports on expenditures, commitments and disbursements will also be prepared. Major issues and challenges will be flagged with the recommended solutions. At the end of the project, a completion report will be prepared by the Togolese government. 8. STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS General Objective (Goal): Contribute to Increasing Togos energy self-sufficiency Specific objectives: 1. Increase Togos energy production capacity 2. Increase the share of renewable energies in the energy mix 3. Improve the quality of electricity service in Togo 4. Reduce the cost of producing energy Expected results : (Deliverables and Effects) 1. Energy production increased by 24 MW 2. The share of renewable energy is increased 3. Reduced technical losses 4. The cost price of energy is stable Main activities : 1. Conduct a thorough environmental and social impact assessment 2. Perform the civil works 3. Perform electrical engineering work 4. Set up a technical and commercial operating system Environmental and social impact: In-depth environmental and social impact assessments will include measures to reduce negative effects on the social and physical environment 9. FINANCING PLAN Estimated cost of the project: CFAF 38,683,763,000 Amount mobilized: 0 Rate: 0% Source Amount Financing instrument (PPP, State Budget, Loan, Other) F CFA USD State: 6 963 077 340 12 660 141 State budget Private promoter: Development partners: Private Partners: 31,720,685,660 57,673,974 PPPs Remaining to be mobilized: 31,720,685,660 57,673,974 Rate: 82% 10. DURATION - MAIN STAGES OF THE PROJECT Estimated completion time 60 months Start: - to be determined End: - to be determined Duration of operation: 30 years

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Company Name Togolese State (Ministry of Mines and Energy) / Togolese Rural Electrification and Renewable Energies Agency (AT2ER)
Address OAU city, within the building CICA-RE 05 BP 1009 Lomé TOGO brclome@uemoa.int +228 22 26 56 11
Web Site http://www.uemoa.int/sites/default/files/bibliotheque/fiches_projets_togo.zip

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TURBULENT

A revolutionary HYDRO POWER technology to sustainably exploit super-low-head water steps

  • 4 Million
  • Belgium
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A revolutionary HYDRO POWER technology to sustainably exploit super-low-head water steps
Company Name TURBULENT
Funded By 38
Country Belgium , Western Europe
Project Value 4 Million
Project Detail

Energy utilities, investors and project developers are actively looking for decentralized solutions that combine sustainability with stable and risk-free energy production at low cost. Since wind and solar are highly intermittent, hydropower is to take an important role in the energy mix. An alternative to large dam facilities is small hydropower technologies but they still present the major challenge of size reduction in order to lower the usable head (water height) to under 3 meters. All kinds of hydropower techniques have been tried to scale down for local and to lower the usable head to under 3 meters, without success until now. TURBULENT provides a reliable, cost efficient, micro hydropower plant uniquely designed to use a very low head stream (<3m) without impact. Based on a biomimicry, the power plant generates energy close to the end user ranging from 15kW to 100kW. • No dams= Fish friendliness = Reduction of civil works >50% . • Smaller, lighter, easier installation and maintenance. • Biomimic impeller design = Double energy production with same size • =Cheaper cost-of-energy €0,026/kWh. (Solar is € 0.06kWh) Current TRL is 7. 2 Real scale demonstrators and 1 commercial setting succesfully completed & in operation. MARKET: Global <3m hydropower installation potential of 341GW! This represents a global market opportunity of €1x10^12 (1 Billion €). Turbulent is unleashing the potential of micro hydropower and expanding the technology in EU & abroad countries through trained and certified distributors (Viral in social media +100M views = +3.5K requests received). The SME project will allow to accelerate the market entry and the company team growth (37 employees by 2023). In 2021 the company will reach profitability and the forecast show a cumulative EBITDA in 5 years of €64M. Funding needs. A first seed round of €1.6M has been signed with commitment to sum another €1.6M in 2020. In this project we request 2.3M to scale up.

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Company Name TURBULENT
Address Kempische Steenweg 293 Bus 30 3500 Hasselt
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/224451/factsheet/en

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