Karpowership eyes West Africa as pandemic stalls land projects
Floating power plant operator's executives met Cameroonian Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute on January 25
Abidjan — One of the world’s largest operators of floating power plants is in talks to bring power to two West African countries, as onshore plans to expand access to electricity have been hit by coronavirus-related restrictions.
Karpowership, the unit of Turkey’s Karadeniz Energy, which already supplies eight African countries, is using the high reliability of its mobile units to attract more clients, MD Zeynep Harezi said by phone from Istanbul, where its ships are assembled...
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