Grenor Cameroon. Grenor is in partnership with Fibertech, TPB Sarl, Effektpartner, Grenaa Effektreserve and others for this company in Douala, Cameroon. This company will buy power plants from EffektPartner and Grenaa Effektreserve, and buy an additional 10.4 MW power plant from Denmark in order to install 58 MW. There are power outages in Cameroon every day, especially in the dry season (December to June), so their problems are huge and their needs are great. Depending on the progress with the Cameroonian Government, our plan is to be producing power starting Q3 2014. The plan is to use natural gas from local production in Douala. The company will also sign a “Letter of Intent” with the government for one or two hydropower projects. Cameroon has a huge hydropower potential (20 000 MW) and also a huge potential for biomass power. Installed capacity is about 1350 MW for about 21 million people.
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agree with that only it hasn't happened yet. better to have concentrated all efforts on one productive route with definite connections than routes going all over the city thinking they were possible going to get loads of customers. KF understands this now, although a little late if you ask me . but I think JS understood that and why he was aiming for the river crossing. but that's in the past now, think the penny has finally dropped , I hope
There is still a lot of thermal requirement in the city and if your pipeline runs past someone that wants 0.2 scuffs a day its not too much bother to supply it. You won't build a pipeline for 10 small customers, but for a big one and pick up small fry along the way.
Build it and they will come..... chick and egg. When there is seen to be good cheap reliable thermal energy to be had in Douala then more big companies may setup there. They also need good power! That is the reason for getting power generation sorted for the city.
Dibamba has to bring in 12 trunks a day from 120km..... or a gas pipeline???
voger I cant understand why they didn't do that in the first place fewer connections . think that's where Henrys skills will come in from how they were talking. he seems to understand the citys current and future energy needs , certainly flew some numbers at me . think thats why hes on board.
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