The Sendou (Bargni) coal-fired power plant is in stark contrast to Senegal’s adherence to a global policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. A plant power plant has been shut down since July 19, 2019, forcing Senelek to even lease to fill this gap.
Deputies questioned the Petroleum Energy Minister about the future of the plant. But for now, nothing is clear. The state government is totally ambiguous on this issue. “(…) Negotiations are underway between Senele and the shareholders and the lenders of this project to return to the (…) operation of this plant,” Assault or Sophie Gladima points out.
At the same time, Mamadou Maktar Sisse’s successor adds that “the option of conversion to gas remains”.
Author: Seneweb News – Seneweb.com