All the output from the plant, located on the Kaduna river in Nigeria’s Niger state, has to be sold to the government, which on average only pays about half of its bill to Zambia-based CEC Africa, Katepa says. The CEC Africa CEO wants to have the right to sell some of the power to other buyers. “Being allowed to sell to bilateral contractors would improve our cashflow,”he says.
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