Turkey investors show interest in Sierra Leone energy sector

On Tuesday 28th March 2017, President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma received potential investors from Turkey on energy, health, waste and water resource management at State House in Freetown.

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President Koroma welcoming Mr Edhem Sunar at State House

The head of the delegation from EMGRUP Electricity Generation Company, Mr. Edhem Sunar, expressed interest in energy production, waste management, sea transportation, hospitals and water supply.

According to Mr. Sunar, EMGRUP is operating under six firms and presently with Three hundred million Euros available to invest in Sierra Leone.

 Mr Sunar said his decision to invest in the energy sector was to develop the sector with the conviction that producing energy from waste is a need to decrease harm and increase healthy community and development, adding that his company produces energy from hydro-thermic, recycles and marsh gases of wastes and have been producing and supplying energy to the Republic of Turkey for the past Twenty-Five years.

On health, Mr. Sunar assured to establish a hospital that can address various diseases of more than 1000 people with good health care technology as well as invest in water supply and sea transportation.

President Koroma said Sierra Leone as a growing country with huge investment opportunities. He said the government of Sierra Leone is committed to supporting and creating the enabling environment for such investment proposal mainly on waste management and energy. On producing energy through waste, President Koroma expressed the need to speed up work as similar proposals on the transformation of waste have been received but with least follow up, adding that the production of energy

On producing energy through waste, President Koroma expressed the need to speed up work as similar proposals on the transformation of waste have been received, but with least follow-up, adding that the production of energy from waste would provide a clean environment, create employment and accelerate the country’s energy supply.

 

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Categories: Development, Sierra Leone

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