Year of creation of Gabon Power Company
Share of infrastructure in the overall portfolio of the FGIS
Total capacity of projects in Gabon Power Company’s portfolio
Gabon Power Company (GPC) is the FGIS investment vehicle dedicated to energy and water production infrastructures. GPC’s mission is to carry out the research and development, design, construction and operation of these infrastructure projects. GPC takes equity stakes in the project companies created for each project and remains free to sell them once the facilities are in operation.
GPC is currently developing five projects (four in the energy sector and one in the water sector) in partnership with strategic players through build-own-operate-transfer (BOOT) agreement models. GPC’s projects are designed to meet the rapidly growing demand from private individuals and companies in a context of demographic growth and industrialization of our economy. They are part of a sustainable development approach and apply international standards of environmental protection and biodiversity.
In partnership with Eranove and located in the province of Ngounié, the Dibwangui hydroelectric plant will have an installed capacity of 15 MW.
In partnership with Meridiam and located in the Estuaire province, the Kinguélé Aval hydroelectric plant will have an installed capacity of 34.5 MW. It is expected to come on stream at the end of 2024 and provide 205 GWh of annual energy production.
In partnership with Eranove and located in the Estuaire province, the Ngoulmendjim hydroelectric plant will have an installed capacity of 83 MW.
Co-owned with Wärtsila, the 117.4 MW natural gas-fired power plant is scheduled to come on line in mid-2023.
The Ntoum 7 water treatment plant will have a production capacity of 140,000 m3 per day.