SEFA’s mission is to support the development of energy projects that are economically, socially and environmentally sustainable. The SEFA grant will help NewAfrica Impact Ltd develop the two plants, using locally sourced biomass to generate renewable energy. The plants in Ghana and Sierra Leone will generate energy to power local communities, businesses and industries. This project is expected to provide clean, reliable and affordable energy to more than 200,000 people in the two countries.The grant is part of SEFA’s commitment to promote sustainable energy solutions in Africa.
The two bioenergy plants are expected to generate a combined total of 10 megawatts of electricity and 22 megawatts of thermal capacity. The plants will use biomass and biogas as their primary sources of energy, reducing the reliance on fossil fuels and helping to reduce carbon emissions. The grant from SEFA is a significant step in supporting projects that promote the use of renewable energy sources in Africa. It will provide a much-needed boost to the development of renewable energy sources in the region, helping to create a more sustainable future for the continent.