Paromita Chatterjee featured in an article by Clara Amorim, a reporter at Uxolo, on the feasibility for scaling hydropower IPPs in sub-Saharan Africa.
Paromita explained the success of the Singrobo-Ahouaty project in detail, including how they allayed hydrology, currency, political and payment risk. She also advocated small, run-of-river hydropower projects as a way to provide Africa’s rural communities with an affordable, reliable source of electricity, adding that Singrobo represents “a model for paving the way for more hydro IPPs in Cote d’Ivoire and in the sub-Saharan region.”
Singrobo-Ahouaty: A small hydro IPP ripple effect in sub-Saharan Africa? – Uxolo