Who is building Libya’s new power plants?

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Issue 455 - 24 Feb 2022 - By John Hamilton | 6 minute read

Whatever happens in Libya’s turbulent political arena, international finance and expertise will have to play a greater role if progress is to be made on the infrastructure needed for social and economic development. A wide range of actors are trying their luck. African Energy profiles those involved in two proposed power plants, at Zliten and Ghadames: Qatar’s Urbacon Trading and Construction Company (UCC), Ireland’s AG Energy, Germany’s Siemens, the US’s Hill International, and Libya’s Acesco Consulting Engineering and Services and the Privatisation and Investment Board (PIB).

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