Ghana: Study for Pra River hydro

Issue 325 - 10 Jun 2016 | 1 minute read
Berkeley Energy, as manager of the Africa Renewable Energy Fund (AREF), is seeking expressions of interest from consultants to carry out a prefeasibility study for potential hydropower projects on the Pra River. AREF is a $200m fund backed by the African Development Bank to invest in development-stage renewable energy projects. The study is expected to examine up to six potential sites, from which two will be prioritised for the subsequent phase. Expressions of interest are due by 14 June.

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