Aldwych International

Company description

Aldwych was established in 2004, for the purpose of developing, owning and operating power generation, transmission and distribution projects in emerging economies, primarily Africa.

The Aldwych management has a long history of international power industry experience and has successfully financed or re-financed 20 power projects worldwide totalling over 11,000MW and US $3.75bn, in both the developed and the developing world.

With an early investment by the Shell Foundation and significant funding from the Dutch development bank FMO, Aldwych is able to combine its skills and expertise with access to the significant reservoir of funds dedicated to infrastructure projects in its target countries.

Company details

Aldwych International Ltd.30 King Street. London. EC2V 8EH

Participation in projects

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List of the updates in which the company was involved

Company updates

  • July 23, 2020

    Aldwych and partner developers seek EPC for the first phase of 60 MW Djermaya solar and energy storage project

    The project shareholders which include Aldwych Africa Developments Ltd, part of PIDG-owned InfraCo Africa Ltd, and Smart Energies International SAS have opened a Request for Proposal (RfP) for Owners...

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  • October 13, 2014

    World Bank Group launches new global infrastructure facility

    The heads of some of the world's largest asset management and private equity firms, pension and insurance funds, and commercial banks on October 9th joined multilateral development institutions and do...

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  • June 24, 2014

    InfraCo Africa signs developer services agreement with Aldwych

    InfraCo Africa has signed developer services agreement whereby Aldwych will develop early stage infrastructure projects up until financial close, in Sub-Saharan Africa, on behalf of InfraCo Africa.

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  • March 28, 2014

    Landmark 300 MW onshore wind project gets financing in Kenya

    An Aldwych-led consortium signed the financing documents for the 300MW Lake Turkana wind project in Kenya on 24 March 2014.

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