Mali Airport: Soon a solar power plant

Through this project, President Modibo Keita Senou International Airport wants to be not only the leader in the production and promotion of green energy, but also the first African airport 100 % autonomous, in terms of energy. It is part of the technical strengthening, improvement of the quality of electricity supply, the promotion of green energy and energy self-sufficiency of the President Modibo Keita Senou International Airport. The expected total annual production is around 8 million Kwh, compared to a current requirement of 2 million. Thus, the remaining 6 million Kwh will be injected and sold to the company “& nbsp; Energie du Mali & nbsp;”. Completion of the project will have a positive impact on the operation of the airport with, among other things, autonomous consumption of electricity during the day, shelters for vehicles parked in the car park, an average saving of 35% on the electricity bill and a massive reduction in the use of generators.

With financing from the Atlantique Bank for a cost of approximately CFAF 3,738,954,000, or 5.7 million euros, the Airports of Mali, in partnership with TMS and SOLAFUTUR, intend to install a 5 MW solar power plant on the site of the President Modibo Keita-Senou International Airport (AIPMK-S), for its own consumption and the injection of the surplus into the EDM network for a fee.

Through this project, President Modibo Keita Senou International Airport wants to be not only the leader in the production and promotion of green energy, but also the first African airport 100 % autonomous, in terms of energy. It is part of the technical strengthening, improvement of the quality of electricity supply, the promotion of green energy and energy self-sufficiency of the President Modibo Keita Senou International Airport. The expected total annual production is around 8 million Kwh, compared to a current requirement of 2 million. Thus, the remaining 6 million Kwh will be injected and sold to the company “& nbsp; Energie du Mali & nbsp;”. Completion of the project will have a positive impact on the operation of the airport with, among other things, autonomous consumption of electricity during the day, shelters for vehicles parked in the car park, an average saving of 35% on the electricity bill and a massive reduction in the use of generators.

With financing from the Atlantique Bank for a cost of approximately CFAF 3,738,954,000, or 5.7 million euros, the Airports of Mali, in partnership with TMS and SOLAFUTUR, intend to install a 5 MW solar power plant on the site of the President Modibo Keita-Senou International Airport (AIPMK-S), for its own consumption and the injection of the surplus into the EDM network for a fee.

Through this project, President Modibo Keita Senou International Airport wants to be not only the leader in the production and promotion of green energy, but also the first African airport 100 % autonomous, in terms of energy. It is part of the technical strengthening, improvement of the quality of electricity supply, the promotion of green energy and energy self-sufficiency of the President Modibo Keita Senou International Airport. The expected total annual production is around 8 million Kwh, compared to a current requirement of 2 million. Thus, the remaining 6 million Kwh will be injected and sold to the company “& nbsp; Energie du Mali & nbsp;”. Completion of the project will have a positive impact on the operation of the airport with, among other things, autonomous consumption of electricity during the day, shelters for vehicles parked in the car park, an average saving of 35% on the electricity bill and a massive reduction in the use of generators.