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Project consulting, engineering and project management
In some developing countries, the lack of electricity infrastructure is a major constraint: an insufficient energy offer, both in terms of quality and quality, generates low productivity, low investments by private companies, low public and social service efficiency, reduced well-being and reduced economic opportunities for communities.
Experience in energy distribution projects funded by multilateral development banks
The multilateral development banks or International Financing Institutions (IFIs) working in the field of development aid, such as the World Bank Group, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the KfW, the African Development Bank, etc., support governments with donation or loan programs which address the challenge of energy production and distribution. This type of program also makes it possible to reduce the dependency of a country on another or on any external energy supply source. For several decades, Anea Group has worked on projects funded by IFIs and has gained great experience in energy distribution project consultancy, engineering and project management.
Electricity distribution projects
Depending on the countries’ stakes, the purpose of electricity distribution projects can be to modernize, extend, and strengthen the energy distribution network and the capacities of the stakeholders in the energy sector in the country, improve access to electricity in rural and peri-urban areas for the benefit of low-income and unserved businesses and households, attract investment from the private sector, and improve the legal framework.
In most cases, the projects aim to modernize distribution infrastructure and increase network capacity in order to meet current and future demand, considering population growth and industrial development. Increasing the reliability and performance of distribution networks can also be a key objective.
Antea Group is active in projects to build new power lines, new circuit breakers, distribution stations and sub-stations, as well as project to rehabilitate or strengthen existing networks.
Comprehensive project management and assistance services
In addition to its 3200 employees, Antea Group benefits from a huge network of local partners all around the world, with the ability to work in many different languages, especially English, Dutch, French, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Together, they can carry out comprehensive project management and assistance missions for your energy distribution programs: overall program management, design and engineering studies, development of environmental, social, health and safety management systems, assistance with tendering processes, as well as management of construction works.
Power line corridor and environmental and social management
Depending on the projects and the customer’s requirements, the scope of the services provided by our teams can be very wide:
- Data collection, mapping, implementation of a geospatial data platform
- Site visits and environmental and social stakes definition
- Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA): baseline study, evaluation of potential environmental impacts and mitigation measures, public consultation, Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP)
- Update of the policy framework: Environmental and Social Management System (ESMS), stakeholder engagement plan, resettlement policy framework
- Definition of the line corridor and stations: corridor study and route design, multicriteria analysis, detailed survey and detailed topographical study of the route, preparation of the maps
- Tender documentation and process
- Training of your personnel
- Stakeholder engagement
In accordance with World Bank International Standards and International Financing Institution guidelines
Building and modernizing energy networks must be carried out according to the best international reliability standards in order to reduce risk incidents while respecting environmental and social standards.
Our studies and consultancy services are carried out according to the World Bank International Standards and to the International Financing Institution guidelines, including gender equity aspects.
Check out some of our energy distribution projects
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