Mali/Senegal: Gouina hydropower to be commissioned in September

Issue 438 - 13 May 2021 | 1 minute read

Senegal’s water and sanitation minister Serigne Mbaye Thiam confirmed the 140MW Gouina hydropower plant will be commissioned in September, during a recent site visit. The plant, situated at the Gouina Falls in the Kayes region of Mali, was initially scheduled for commercial operations in May 2021, however Covid-19-related issues resulted in construction delays.

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