Sudan currently has plans to develop utility-scale wind farms in three regions, Dongola (100MW) in the North, Nyala (20MW) in the West and the Red Sea coastal region (180MW). The project has four outcomes:
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This is a UNDP-implemented, GEF-financed initiative designed to support removal of barriers to the adoption of utility-scale grid connected wind energy in Sudan.
This project will follow a system approach to integrate energy policy analysis within the broader developmental objectives and establish policy and regulatory frameworks for encouraging private investments in grid-connected wind energy. Sudan currently has plans to develop utility-scale wind farms in three regions, Dongola (100MW) in the North, Nyala (20MW) in the West and the Red Sea coastal region (180MW).
The project is expected to last 60 months. The project activities are implemented by an independent project management unit which is responsible for the annual and quarterly planning in line with the project document, implementation of the planned activities as per the agreed time schedule which is subject to prior approvals of project board.
Each and every one of our staff represent the spirit of our project: driven, committed, and passion. We go beyond our target with diverse experience and highly skilled personnel.
Hind Elamin Elnor
Khalid Mohammed Ahmed
Tarig Tagalasfia G. Ahmed
Ahmed Osman Elamin
The Wind Energy Project (WEP)
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