Gas pipelines and bulk storage/logistical facilities and downstream gas processing and development
The provision of economic and social infrastructure (e.g. housing, hospitals, education) within towns and cities.
Manufacture, construction of goods, equipment, or other basic materials or services used in provision of infrastructure.
Infrastructure component of agro-industrial projects e.g. investments in agro-food processing/storage for agribusiness
The generation, transmission and/or distribution of electricity, including off-grid embedded power electrification.
Alternative energy and renewable energy technologies ranging from solar power, wind power, and hydroelectricity
Urban/rural fresh water production and treatment, bulk water supply and distribution
Solid waste disposal/collection, transportation and waste treatment, including waste recycling facilities
Fixed transportation infrastructure e.g. toll roads, bridges, rail, airports, ports and bulk storage/handling facilities
Local telephone services and IT network, internet solutions, voice, data center and cloud services to providers
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Nigeria, the largest economy in Sub-Saharan Africa with GDP of $405 billion and c.180 million people, has recorded remarkable growth (CAGR of 15%) since 2000). Nigeria’s aggregate electricity need has been estimated at c.180,000 Mega Watts (MW) to satisfy its domestic electricity demand.Read More
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- As InfraCredit Joins League of Harvard Business School Cases July 20, 2018 - Infrastructure Credit Guarantee Company (InfraCredit) has joined ...
- Infracredit Issues Maiden Guarantee, Supports the first 10-Year Corporate Infrastructure Bond in The Nigeria Market January 3, 2018 - InfraCredit, a ‘AAA’ rated infrastructure credit enhancement ...