Our Developers

We do not work alone, partnerships and people are key to successful projects. Our developers originate and develop projects on behalf of InfraCo Africa. They are companies with a track record of developing successful infrastructure projects in sub-Saharan Africa. Through our developer teams we are able to deploy the experienced resources needed to lead a project from concept to Financial Close.

EleQtra Ltd.

EleQtra is InfraCo Africa’s principal developer and has been developing projects on its behalf since 2005. EleQtra has a track record of delivering greenfield infrastructure projects across sub-Saharan Africa and managing them through the full project life-cycle, from concept to commissioning and beyond.  The eleQtra team has proven experience in multiple sectors, including power, transportation, water and agriculture, with particular expertise in all conventional power generation technologies and renewables, such as hydro, wind, solar and biomass.

Greenfield infrastructure development is a highly entrepreneurial endeavour. Success requires tenacity, creativity and a broad set of skills including:  project origination and development, engineering, investment, finance, operations, management, and legal, environmental and regulatory expertise. With over 25 experienced and dedicated professionals operating from its offices in London, New York, Accra, Kampala and Lusaka, eleQtra has the necessary skills, passion and experience to ensure that the infrastructure projects they develop are technically sound, financially bankable and operationally successful. EleQtra is proud to be accredited by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance Ltd for its integrity and anti-corruption compliance programme.

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Aldwych Africa Developments Ltd.

Aldwych Africa Developments Limited (AADL) first started working with InfraCo Africa in 2014. Aldwych International established AADL to deliver early-stage infrastructure projects on behalf of InfraCo Africa. With a presence in Kenya and Cote D’Ivoire, as well as headquarters in the UK, ADDL is well placed to understand the sub-Saharan market and bring expertise and local resource to power projects.

AADL seeks to understand the need for electricity in a particular country and then provides the investment and expertise needed to develop the right solution. AADL’s management team have extensive experience in developing renewable and fossil fuel based technologies in sub-Saharan Africa. AADL’s projects are developed to serve a market for 20 years or more. As a result, AADL believes in ensuring its work is centred in the local community and developed with integrity, a sense of fairness and transparency. The successful development of greenfield power projects in Africa also requires experience, innovation and patience: these qualities underpin AADL’s culture and are brought by them to every project they develop, ensuring their projects serve the people they are designed for.

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