Ghana: Cummins and Wuta Energy sign PPA for gas plant

Issue 313 - 03 Dec 2015
The UK’s Cummins Cogeneration Ltd and Ghanaian partner Wuta Energy have signed a power purchase agreement for a 300MW gas power plant at Beyin, in the Western Region. Cummins told African Energy that all critical gas and electricity agreements had been signed and that work was under way to clear the project site. Cummins and Wuta own the project, which is being developed as an independent power producer. It is being privately financed by Cummins Cogeneration with some debt from commercial lenders. A deal to bring in a UK-based engineering, procurement and construction contractor is being finalised.

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