Francophone West Africa and Southern Africa have emerged as the Group Company’s dominant target markets. Sunon Asogli Power made some progress last year when it won a public tender for gas-to-power in Cameroon. Sunon Asogli Power and its Chinese partner, China Africa Development Fund, are more determined than ever to increase investment in clean and renewable energy in order to provide stable and affordable electricity for the region’s economic growth.
Togbe Afede XIV, speaking on behalf of Asogli Power, shed more light on the company’s accomplishments and strategic objectives in Ghana, as well as those of its group company, Shenzhen Energy Group. He asserted that the type of investment offered by Sunon Asogli Power is sound, less complex, and yields greater social and economic benefits. The Asogli power plant, which began with 200MW, is now the country’s largest Chinese investment. With a current capacity of 560MW, it has set an example by providing Ghanaians with the most cost-effective power generation source.