In Kajiado County, Kenya, the 100MW Emarti Hewani Wind Energy Farm is in the final stages of the feasibility phase. Located south of Kenya Marble Quarry approximately 90km southwest of Nairobi, the facility has a capacity factor of more than 40% and is capable of generating more than 350GWh per annum.
In Tanzania, the 300MW Miombo Hewani Wind Energy Facility is a build-ready, high resource wind energy project located near Makambako town, Wanging’ombe district in Njombe Region, that is ideally placed to complement Tanzania’s hydropower facilities during the dry season. With a net capacity factor of more than 55%, it has the potential to deliver a significant power output.
This innovative and construction-ready 220MW renewable energy generation facility is the first utility-scale, grid-connected hybrid electricity project in Africa, and showcases a remarkable combination of 200MW wind and 20MW solar PV systems. It was developed through a unique public-private partnership between the Meru County Government and Hewani Energy, fostering a synergy that blends governmental vision and private sector expertise.
The Iziduli Emoyeni is a wind energy facility located near the small town of Bedford in the Nxuba Local Municipality within the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.
This ~155MW wind energy facility will supply Seriti’s coal mining operations with power via wheeling through the Eskom grid.
The Umsinde Emoyeni project is located 25km northeast of Murraysburg in South Africa’s Western Cape province
The project has Environmental Authorisation, as well as the other necessary permits for the whole facility. Construction by a third party is due to start in April 2023.
The Khangela Emoyeni project is located near the small town of Murraysburg in South Africa’s Western Cape province.
The project has Environmental Authorisation, as well as the other necessary permits for the whole facility. Construction by a third party is due to start in July 2023.
The Ishwati Emoyeni project is located near Murraysburg in South Africa’s Western Cape province.
Identified using industry-leading tools in 2008, the site covers approximately 24,000 ha, with the land being leased in 2010.
The project is fully approved, with Environmental Authorisation being granted in 2016, along with Provisional Civil Aviation Authority approval. It is currently awaiting REIPPPP Bid Window 6 announcements to determine its construction date.
The Msenge Emoyeni project is located near Bedford in South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province and is the second phase of the greater Amakhala Emoyeni project concept.
The 27,000ha site area is close to good infrastructure such as roads and the national electricity grid, and is currently under construction by a third party.