Ghana: First power plant sales mooted for Q3


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Issue 367 - 20 Apr 2018 | 5 minute read
The government is expected to begin shortly the process of selling two or three gas power plants to help reduce the debt burden on the Volta River Authority (VRA) and other state power utilities. The sale of all of the VRA’s thermal plants was mooted last year to help reduce crippling debt across the sector as well as increase the availability of plants. PwC and investment bank Fieldstone Africa are advising on the transactions, which are expected to be finalised in Q3 this year.

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