Libya signs up more temporary power, looks long term to private investment and renewables


Issue 257 - 28 Jun 2013 | 4 minute read
With midsummer electricity demand threatening to reach 1GW above supply, state power company General Electric Company of Libya (Gecol) has contracted a further 200MW of temporary power from London Stock Exchange-listed APR Energy, adding to the 250MW already supplied by the US firm and 100MW provided by US giant GE. The Florida-based company said its 200MW expansion contract, signed on 17 June, made its total 450MW supply of “fast-track power” to Libya “the single largest contract ever signed in the industry”.

Tagged with:

Pin Power

Pin Libya

Want to read more?

Large article

£17

(Access to one African Energy article)

Subscribe to African Energy

View subscription options

Don't have an account?

Register for access to our free content

An account also allows you to view selected free articles, set up news alerts, search our African Energy Live Data power projects database and view project locations on our interactive map

Register

AfricaHardball - political risk strategy roundtable

AfricaHardball

17 January 2023, online

This political risk strategy roundtable  – part of the monthly AIX membership programme – will identify a range of upcoming political, commercial and reputational issues, and discuss scenarios to help stakeholders refine their strategies.  

As usual with AIX meetings, the  roundtable will be held under the Chatham House Rule.

 

Find out more here

 

The meeting is free for all AIX members and African Energy subscribers.