InfraCo Africa seeks to alleviate poverty by mobilising investment into sub-Saharan infrastructure projects:
InfraCo Africa’s support reduces risks and costs, and ensures that projects are developed to the highest standards: from a concept, to a financeable investment opportunity, to a proven operating business.
InfraCo Africa is part of the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG): it is managed as a private company although funded by governments in the UK (FCDO), the Netherlands (DGIS) and Switzerland (SECO). Since its establishment in 2004, InfraCo Africa has developed twenty projects through to Financial Close. Of these, it has successfully exited five projects and is overseeing the construction and operation of the remainder.
InfraCo Africa’s projects will improve living standards and power economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa.
Transforming rural mobility
Mobility for Africa seeks to address the dual crises of rural mobility and climate change by delivering an electric transport solution for people living in rural and peri-urban areas – particularly women.
Scaling an innovative mini-grid model which offers local value chain solutions
Lighting the way for renewables in Chad
The Djermaya Solar project will develop 60MW of solar PV in two phases, gradually integrating renewable power into Chad’s national grid. By establishing a cross-sector Task-Force, this project is drawing on both public and private sector expertise to rapidly develop a solution that is bankable and aligned with the Government of Chad’s aspirations.
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