The Kaleta Hydropower Station project between China and the Republic of Guinea| glObserver Global Economics


The Kaleta Hydropower Station, the major cooperative project between China and the Republic of Guinea, has gone into operation next three years of construction.

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All three of the plant’s generators have started to yield electricity and they will generate 965 gigawatt hour of power per year, said the Export-Import Bank of China (China Exim Bank), which lent 335 million U.S. dollars to the project.

The power station was constructed by Chinese enterprises and installed with Chinese equipment, with the arrangement worth 446.2 million U.S. dollars.

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