Business units

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EPC
Providing turnkey construction solutions for the power sector of Africa. The company’s philosophy, eminently client oriented, is characterized by essential values such as quality, safety and environmental friendliness.

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VENTURES
Developing, investing, owning and managing power assets under PPP and IPP schemes, with a special focus on renewable energy.
AEE Power Ventures currently owns operating assets and a pipeline including over 500 MW of renewable energy developments in Africa in different stages of maturity.

03.

SERVICES (O&M)
Providing operation, maintenance and training solutions for the power sector of Sub-Saharan Africa. In this area, it is worth noting the activity of one of our subsidiaries, hydrooperation (www.hydroperation.ch), expert in the operation and maintenance of hydroelectric power plants.

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POWER TRADING
Having the ambition to become a key power player in the continent, addressing the huge electricity supply gap existing in African countries. In this sense, one of the group companies, Katanga Energy (KATen) has obtained the first license to import and sell electricity in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Business units

01.

EPC
Providing turnkey construction solutions for the power sector of Africa. The company’s philosophy, eminently client oriented, is characterized by essential values such as quality, safety and environmental friendliness.

.02

VENTURES
Developing, investing, owning and managing power assets under PPP and IPP schemes, with a special focus on renewable energy.
AEE Power Ventures currently owns operating assets and a pipeline including over 500 MW of renewable energy developments in Africa in different stages of maturity.

03.

SERVICES (O&M)
Providing operation, maintenance and training solutions for the power sector of Sub-Saharan Africa. In this area, it is worth noting the activity of one of our subsidiaries, hydrooperation (www.hydroperation.ch), expert in the operation and maintenance of hydroelectric power plants.

.04

POWER TRADING
Having the ambition to become a key power player in the continent, addressing the huge electricity supply gap existing in African countries. In this sense, one of the group companies, Katanga Energy (KATen) has obtained the first license to import and sell electricity in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Our Projects

ANGOLA

Extension of a 220/60/15kV substation in Cacuaco
with 2×120 MVA & 2×20 MVA transformers

MT, LT, public lighting and home connections
M’Banza Congo City (34.000 new connections)

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

Reinforcement of HV Lines 70km & 32 transformers

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

Bukanga Lonzo “Parc Agro Industriel”
(220kV substation & OHTL-45 km)

OHTL Goma – Bukavu
(220kV, 93 km)
220/110/70 kV Substation Buhandahanda

OHTL Fungurume-Kasumbalesa
(220kV, 276 km)

OPGW Kasumbalesa-Kikwit
(1680 km over 500kV OHTL)

Inga 3 HPP (11 GW)
ProInga Consortium
(Cobra ACS-AEE)

PMEDE M03
Works on 14 substations (220kV & 30kV)

Kinshasa distribution grid “Poches Noires”
(19.600 new connections)

Lot 6B Network Extension
20/0,4 kV

GHANA

Construction of a 161/34.5kV substation with 4×66 MVA transformers
Accra East Phase 1&2

LIBERIA

Mount Coffee Hydropower Plant
(4×22 MW) O&M during 5 years

NAMIBIA

5 MW PV Power Plants in Rosh Pinah
Signed a 25 years concession under a PPA with AEE Power Ventures

NIGERIA

Wind measurement campaign
Jos Wind Farm (100 MW) with MEASNET certification

REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO

Djeno Power Plant Rehabilitation

KENYA

Last Mile I – rural electrification
3073 km of LV lines & 39.500 new connections

Last Mile I – rural electrification
3276 km of LV lines & 15.500 new connections

Maungu 132/33kV
AIS Substation

Galu-Rabai
222 km of 33kV Overhead Single Circuit Line & OPGW

Thika 220/66/11kV
GIS Substation with 2×200 MVA transformers

Works on 8 Substations
(132/66/33/11kV) & 101 km of MV lines

CABO VERDE

Airfield ground lighting
Airport of the Island of Sal

Thermal station
Airport of the Island of Sal

SENEGAL

OTHL Tobene- Kounoune
(225kV, 55km)

ZAMBIA

Construction of 49 km 220kV double circuit transmission line
Zambia-DRC Interconnection Project