With Canada’s JCM Power, STOA Infra & Energy (CDC/AFD)’s commitments reach $234m

With Canada’s JCM Power, STOA Infra & Energy (CDC/AFD)’s commitments reach $234m

Two months after investing in GSEZ Ports, the vehicle which is 83.3% controlled by France’s Caisse de Dépôts et Consignations and 16.7% by AFD, completes a new investment.

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            ▪ With Canada’s JCM Power, STOA Infra & Energy (CDC/AFD)’s commitments reach $234m

▪ Two months after investing in GSEZ Ports, the vehicle which is 83.3% controlled by France’s Caisse de Dépôts et Consignations and 16.7% by AFD, completes a new investment.

https://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/801673/avec-le-canadien-jcm-power-stoa-infra-energy-cdc-afd-totalise-desormais-210-millions-e-dengagements/

19/12/2019 at 14h55, by Gaëlle Arenson, updated 20/12/2019

STOA Infra & Energy is injecting $20 million into the Independent Power Producer (IPP) JCM Power, which invests in developing countries for the construction and operation of renewable energy projects.

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