Tuesday 22th september 2015 “ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Energies”, the ENGIE Group initiative supporting sustainable energy access
During first-half 2015, “ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Energies” concluded jointly with Cofely Ineo and the Lyon group Adetel an investment in Ausar Energy. Ausar Energy designs and sells turnkey renewable power generation plants with storage capacity providing energy autonomy for isolated sites. It also delivers custom-tailored financing solutions to go with the power plant-storage unit offering.
Ausar Energy is focused particularly on Morocco, Senegal, Côte d’Ivoire and Cameroon. The combination of storage and solar power generation offer autonomous systems that are perfectly adapted to African markets and abroad, providing access to energy through electrification. Press release on engie.com
A growing demand for electricity in support of a local and sustainable economic development
In many African countries, urban centers are electrically connected. However, there remain isolated white spots for which the supply delivered by the national power grid is either inadequate or inexistent. These areas may be islands, areas of significant isolation or sites that are poorly covered by the existing grid.