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The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund plays an important role in sub-Saharan Africa's economic development.

The projects we support frequently use advanced technologies in their methods of construction and operation. Such technologies, that are common in the developed world, bring new skills to emerging economies and can significantly improve productivity.

Here you will find the stories of many of the projects we have supported in recent years.

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Addax Bioenergy – powering up Sierra Leone

Country: Sierra Leone / Sector: Agribusiness Power

The Addax Bioenergy operation consists of a sugarcane estate, an ethanol refinery and a biomass power plant. At full capacity, the sugar cane harvested from the 10,000 hectare estate will be processed to produce 85,000m3 of bioethanol annually, for export and domestic markets. During operations, the residual fibres from sugarcane processing, called bagasse, is used to fuel a 32MW electricity plant, which will supply up to 15MW of power to the national grid, helping to stabilise the country’s electricity supply.

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Feeding Nigeria’s food chain

Country: Nigeria / Sector: Agribusiness

Nigeria’s expanding agriculture sector has created big demand for fertiliser. At Port Harcourt, the Indorama Corporation and Indorama Eleme Petrochemicals are building a US$1.2 billion plant to produce 1.4 million tonnes of fertiliser annually.

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