November 29, 2015 IBOMLLC Team

Orange and ENGIE sign deal to expand Rural Electricity Grid and Optimise Power Supply to Telecoms Infrastructure in Africa

Orange and ENGIE sign deal to expand Rural Electricity Grid and Optimise Power Supply to Telecoms Infrastructure in Africa

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ENGIE currently supplies 760 MW of power in Africa and aims to become one of the major energy leaders on the continent by 2025

Isabelle Kocher, Deputy CEO and Chief Operating Officer of ENGIE and Stéphane Richard, CEO of Orange

Stéphane Richard, CEO of Orange, and Isabelle Kocher, Deputy CEO and Chief Operating Officer of ENGIE, today signed a partnership covering two projects – the expansion of the rural electricity grid and ENGIE’s optimisation of energy supplied to Orange’s telecoms infrastructure in Africa.

The deal between Orange and ENGIE––both official partners of COP21––reasserts the companies’ willingness to use their technological knowledge to achieve sustainable progress and economic and social development in Africa.

The strength of the partnership is based on Orange’s expertise as an international telecoms carrier present in 19 countries in Africa and the Middle East, and ENGIE’s know-how as an international player in the the energy sector.

Orange is keen to take part in such a major challenge to expand the electricity grid in Africa and encourage responsible power consumption on the continent based on the expertise of ENGIE, one of the world’s …read more

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