RSP - Wind

Red Sea Power is a Wind Farm in Ghoubet, Djibouti. The Project also involves construction and operation of interconnection facilities comprising of a 220 MVA substation and 5km overhead transmission line to connect to the nearest Electricité De Djibouti substation.

Red Sea Power is the first grid connected Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer in Djibouti.

Technology:
Onshore wind
Location:
Djibouti
Capacity:
60 MW
E&S categorisation:
B+
Date of initial investment:
December 2019

The Red Sea Power project is still under construction, so it is not generating direct impact yet.

The ex-ante and ex-post impacts of this investment will be posted here once available.

Climate

Avoided GHG emissions (tCO2eq/yr)
-
Renewable power production (GWh/yr)
-
Installed renewable energy capacity (MW/yr)
-

People

Jobs
-
People Served
-

The ex-ante and ex-post impacts of this investment will be posted here once available.

The Red Sea Power project is still under construction, so it is not generating direct impact yet.

Climate

Avoided GHG emissions (tCO2eq)
-
Total renewable power production (GWh)
-
Installed renewable energy capacity (MW)
-

People

Jobs
-
People Served
-

The ex-ante and ex-post impacts of this investment will be posted here once available.

Climate

Avoided GHG emissions (tCO2eq/yr)
151,447
Renewable power production (GWh/yr)
269
Installed renewable energy capacity (MW/yr)
60

People

Jobs
300
People Served
314,103

Stories from our communities

The following featured stories are from the community development programme of this project.