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Jake Cusack spoke on investing in Africa at the Stanford Africa Business Forum

Jake Cusack spoke on investing in Africa at the Stanford Africa Business Forum

Group News May 8, 2019
Jake Cusack, our co-Managing Partner, recently participated in a Stanford Africa Business Forum panel on...
Kirtika Challa mentors tech entrepreneurs

Kirtika Challa mentors tech entrepreneurs

Advisory News November 14, 2019
As part of GreenHouse Capital Africa's Tech Accelerator Program, Kirtika Challa, our Deputy Head of Advisory, Nigeria, mentored tech entrepreneurs from Nigeria, Botswana and Ghana.The startups which operate in the MedTech, healthtech, fintech and edtech verticals stand to benefit from investment by GreenHouse Capital and its global network of investors.
inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector

inspiratia market insight discusses what the PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction in Tanzania means for Africa’s Mini-Grid Sector

Energy Access News August 28, 2019
inspiratia features Humphrey Wireko discussing how the CrossBoundary Energy Access and PowerGen Renewable Energy transaction is proving a project financing model to establish mini-grids as infrastructure assets.
Sebastian Deschler Presents Mpatamanga Power Project at Hydro 2019

Sebastian Deschler Presents Mpatamanga Power Project at Hydro 2019

Energy News October 24, 2019
Sebastian Deschler, our General Counsel and Charles M Eberly, Head of Clean Power Advisory, attended Hydro 2019, in Porto, Portugal. Sebastian presented “Mpatamanga – An Innovative Way to Bring Large Scale Hydropower PPPs to Market and a Unique Opportunity for Potential Sponsors.” Mpatamanga, a 350MW peaking hydropower project on the Shire River, is central to the Government of #Malawi's strategy for expanding the country’s generation capacity. The Government with co-development partner IFC - International Finance Corporation InfraVentures, supported by advisors led by the USAID Southern Africa Energy Program, a Power Africa Initiative, negotiated up-front on applicable commercial principles and developed the project agreements based on recent precedent. The upcoming tender will present a uniquely attractive opportunity for potential sponsors. Read more on Mpatamanga: www.mpathydro.com