SOLAR POWER IN CONGO (DRC)
- Over twenty-year history on the continent of Africa
- One-thousand megawatt photovoltaic (PV) solar power plant in Kinshasa
- One Billion Dollar foreign direct investment
- Modernizing the DRC’s power grid
TSG, with an over twenty-year history on the continent, is investing heavily in Africa. One such investment is the construction and operation of a one-thousand megawatt photovoltaic (PV) solar power plant in Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). On August 19th, 2020 TSG had a groundbreaking on the project. This project alone represents an over one-billion-dollar ($1 Billion) foreign direct investment in the DRC and will utilize clean/renewable electricity to nearly double the existing power generation capacity. Moreover, TSG with its partners are investing in modernizing the DRC’s power grid to be able to safely deliver power to fuel economic growth, create jobs, improve education, and enriching the lives of the Congolese people.
TSG, along with its network of international partners and investors, has extensive knowledge and experience in assisting nation-states with large-scale development and modernization projects, that require international resources and experience and has completed numerous multi-billion-dollar projects world-wide in challenging environments. Together, TSG and its partners and investors are planning to invest heavily in other infrastructure projects in the DRC and other African countries, including rail roads, agriculture, aviation, roads, and other much needed infrastructure projects, by employing creative financial structures, including issuing tradable bonds, tokens and shares, to capitalize on the resource rich countries to develop their infrastructure and power sustainable economic growth.
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