Guinea: Man Energy Solutions equips plant in Conakry


Issue 387 - 28 Feb 2019 | 1 minute read
Germany’s Man Energy Solutions announced on 20 February that it has started installing six 18V32/40 diesel engines at the 53MW Tè power plant in Conakry. Guinea’s first development finance institution project-financed independent power project, it is being built in collaboration with Turkish engineering, procurement and construction contractor Iltekno, on behalf of Tè Power Company, which is sponsored by Endeavor Energy as lead developer and majority owner.

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