The Cameroonian law firm Nyong Power Plants Corporation (NPPC) signed an agreement with the Cameroon government on June 1 in Yaoundé to produce 250 MW of electricity as part of the Song-Mbong/Kelempeck Hydro Project. The project will be developed from the Nyong River.
According to the explanations of Paulin Etoga, the coordinator of this project, technically, it will build a reservoir of 3.5 billion cubic meters of storage that will connect further back-bone network from Edéa. As for financing, it is a book that will cost between 500 and 550 billion FCFA, with the associated transmission lines. To achieve its goals, NPPC said it has surrounded itself with a number of national and international partners.
For example, Paulin Etoga cites the Swiss company Hydro Operations International, a leader in the field of hydroelectric power generation. This company was represented at the signing ceremony of the framework agreement with Basile Atangana Kouna, the minister in charge of Energy, by Charles Laurent Mouvet and Baena Del Alberto Carlos.
Among other international partners, there is Finergreen France, the financial advisory firm of the project.