Indian-owned MEC and UPTL oust Engie, Sinohydro and Steg on Guinean-Malian electricity interconnection project

Indian-owned MEC and UPTL oust Engie, Sinohydro and Steg on Guinean-Malian electricity interconnection project

Mohan Energy Corporation has won a 50 km electrification contract, one of the multiple lots in the two countries’ electrification program.

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            ▪ Indian-owned MEC and UPTL oust Engie, Sinohydro and Steg on Guinean-Malian electricity interconnection project

▪ Mohan Energy Corporation has won a 50 km electrification contract, one of the multiple lots in the two countries’ electrification program.

https://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/807458/indian-owned-mec-and-uptl-oust-engie-sinohydro-and-steg-on-guinean-malian-electricity-interconnection-project/

01/04/2021 at 18h53, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 02/04/2021

For this 225 kV double-circuit line between the Guinean-Malian border and the Siguiri substation in the north-east of the country, ten companies submitted applications. The call for tenders last June under the World Bank‘s aegis—the main financier of the $350 million electricity interconnection program between Guinea and Mali—confirmed the Indian Mohan Energy Corporation (MEC) and its compatriot, Unitech Power Transmission Limited (UPTL) offer.

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