Arise Integrated Industrial Platforms (Arise IIP) and Adétikopé Industrial Platform (PIA) with the Togolese government, is working towards providing renewable power. The installation will also have a battery storage system in long term. This solar power plant will be installed in Togo and will supply electricity and clean energy to the PIA.  The Adétikopé solar power plant will become the largest solar photovoltaic power generation facility in Togo, and even in the West African sub-region.

This sustainable development project is now being put out to tender, with two bidding options.

  • Solar energy suppliers can apply to sign an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the plant, which will have a capacity of 390 MWp. In this case, the plant will be fully financed by Arise IIP.
  • The tender is also open to independent power producers (IPPs). The successful company will work in a consortium with Arise IIP. The future solar power plant will then be covered by a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA).

Key features of PIA Solar park:

  • 550

    hectares area to be developed on

  • 358 MW

    energy to be produced

  • 10 MW

    Roof top solar panels each in phases 1 & 2

  • 140 MW

    Ground mounted solar panels in phase 1

  • 120 MW

    BESS battery ground mounted solar panels in phase 2

Project development status:

Feasibility report revised

Preliminary topography & geotechnical study done

Hydrology study order finalised.

Land cleaning and fencing enquiry floated.

Static & dynamic study completed and under review

ESIA is under progress (by ANTEA)