The project aims to enhance Mali’s capacity for rural electrification by establishing a model that provides affordable and reliable electricity to rural communities through solar energy.
- Designing, procuring, installing and commissioning two solar photovoltaic (PV) plants with a capacity of 2.43 MWp.
- Developing a distribution network composed of about 67 km of medium-voltage lines and 117 km of low-voltage lines to serve about 35,000 inhabitants in 24 villages, including consumer connections using prepaid meters.
- Supporting AMADER in project supervision and selection of rural electrification operators.
- Transferring knowledge from ONEE to develop AMADER’s expertise in project design, operation and maintenance, as well as control and monitoring.
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