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HQ Power will generate electricity at a cheaper price by using local resources in a sustainable way, and substituting expensive diesel and heavy fuel oil generators

Ahmet N. Karasoy, Chairman

NEWS FEED

  • HQ Power extends a helping hand to the vulnerable Families during COVID-19 lockdown

    HQ Power Project operating in Rwanda, recently made a donation of Rwf 2 millions to Solid Africa, a local non-profit organisation that supports vulnerable patients in public hospitals. This contribution will help finance the supply of 2,591 meals to economically disadvantaged patients in four public hospitals......

  • Minister of Infrastructure and State Minister of Energy and Water Sanitation visit HQ Power project

    Gisagara, 8th June 2018 The Minister of Infrastructure and State Minister of Water and Sanitation visit HQ Power Project .The visit took Place at Kabumbwe Cell, Mamba Sector, and Gisagara District in the Southern Province of Rwanda where the Project Construction works are ongoing. The......

  • HQPOWER Wins IJGlobal Award

    HQ Power was awarded “African Power Deal of the Year 2017”. HQ Power has been awarded the Africa Power Deal of the Year in the Infrastructure Journal Global Awards 2017 in a ceremony held in London, England. HQ Power being the first project of its......

PROJET

THE PROJECT

Learn how we turn crude peat

into electrical power.

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OUR ENGAGEMENTS

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WHO WE ARE

An introduction to YUMNPOWER

corporate organization.

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CONCESSION AREA

  • The peat fields are located in Southern Rwanda alongside the Akanyaru river and the border with Burundi, about 30 kilometres north-east of Butare town.

 

  • The Power Plant is set at Kabumbwe, an ideal location to eliminate the risk of flooding, minimize the distance between the plant and the peat harvesting areas and the maximum proximity to water access.

 

 

 

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