Gulf Energy, the developer of the 1,050MW Lamu Coal Power Plant - the largest private sector led infrastructure project in East and Central Africa - has entered into a Clean Coal Technology agreement with General Electric. The deal will see the plant use GE's Ultra-Supercritical Clean Coal Technology. The agreement will also see GE through its affiliates acquire a stake in the equity of Amu Power, subject to obtaining regulatory, board and lenders' approval. GE Power will design, manufacture and deliver its technology components - boiler and steam turbine generator - and air quality controls systems for the Lamu Coal Power Plant.
TXF Global 2018: Project Finance
To kick off TXF Global 2018, we'll be bringing together major developers, government procurers and infra investors to focus on project finance markets. Our dedicated Project Finance Day is a must for all infrastructure pro's!