The Sokoto solar power plant is located in Nigeria’s north-western region, an area that benefits from one of the highest irradiation levels. It is backed by one of the 14 government PPAs signed by utility-scale power developers, which will collectively add around 1,200 MW of solar capacity to the national grid. This case study is a solid example of how we are increasing access to clean and reliable energy in the northern part of Nigeria, which in turn will also support skill transfer, local job creation and socio-economic growth. The project will reach financial close in 2018.
Key Project Development Deliverables:
ground-mounted PV plant
panels to be used