Mali has launched three solar power plant construction projects
Seetao 2024-06-04 10:49
  • The solar farm is being built by AMEA Power, a leading clean energy company in the UAE, and covers an area of 120 hectares
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Malijet, Mali, June 2, 2024 reported that on June 1, President Goita of the Republic of Mali personally attended the launch ceremony of the construction of the country's third solar power plant in the southwestern town of Tiakadougou Dialakoro. This landmark power station is not only an important part of Mali's national energy strategy, but also another important milestone on its path to renewable energy development.

Built by AMEA Power, the UAE's leading clean energy company, the solar power plant covers an area of 120 hectares and is expected to have a generating capacity of 100 megawatts when completed. A plant of this scale will not only dramatically increase the proportion of renewable energy in Mali, but will also have a significant impact on the local economy. According to preliminary estimates, the construction and operation of the power station will directly create about 200 jobs per year, providing a stable source of income for local residents.

At the launch ceremony, President Goita delivered an impassioned speech. He stressed that this power station, together with the already completed Sanankoroba and Safo power stations, forms the first cluster of solar power plants in Mali with a total capacity of up to 400 MW. The completion of these power stations will help Mali gradually rid itself of its long-standing dependence on fossil fuels and reduce the pressure of the energy crisis on the country and the people.

President Goita further noted that solar energy has great potential for development as a clean, renewable energy source. The Malian government will unswervingly promote the development of renewable energy sources such as solar energy in order to achieve diversification and sustainability of the country's energy mix. He also said that the Malian government will work together with domestic and foreign partners to promote the realization of this goal.

The construction of this solar power station will not only bring clean energy supply to Mali, but also have a positive impact on local environmental protection and climate change response. By reducing the burning of fossil fuels, the power station will significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to the green development of Mali.

Looking ahead, the Malian government will continue to increase investment and support in the field of renewable energy and promote the implementation of more similar projects. With the completion and operation of these projects, Mali will gradually realize the optimization and upgrading of the energy structure, laying a solid foundation for the sustainable development of the country. Editor/Xu Shengpeng


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