The energy developer AEE Power won the international network extension project in Lomé, Togo, following an international tender. Costing 34 million euros, the works are part of the PEREL project supported by Afd, the EU and KfW.
In Togo, the pan-African energy company AEE Power has just won, for 34 million euros, the international invitation to tender (AAOI) launched at the end of 2019 for the extension of medium-voltage / low-voltage networks, in Lomé .
The company which controls all the segments of the engineering, supply and construction chain was selected from a list where it was in competition with Cegelec, Eiffage RMT, LSE & Sogea Satom and the Sagemcom & MRI group of companies, among others.
The works planned as part of the Lomé Electricity Network Extension Project (PEREL) will consist in extending the Lomé electric distribution network, through the installation of low and medium voltage lines, the construction of teleconduits and the connection new subscribers. Ultimately, they will improve the supply of electricity in the Togolese capital.
Recall that PEREL receives funding from the French Development Agency (AFD), the European Union (EU) and the KFW (German Development Bank).
Source: Agence Ecofin