SDE to Develop 100MW Plant in Conakry (Australia)

SDE to Develop 100MW Plant in Conakry, Guinea

SDE Energy Ltd., the world leader in the planning, construction and marketing of power stations which produce electricity from sea waves, has signed an agreement with guinea Conakry government for the development of a 100MW sea wave power plant along the coastline of guinea Conakry.

This project will help guinea Conakry become more independent and with stable power supply that can solve all the energy problems these countries have.

SDE’s manufacturing costs are the lowest worldwide, at less than 5 cents per Kw/h and 1 million us dollars per 1 MW.

SDE was selected by a team of international scientists in PESWIKI website, as number one in the world in Sea Wave Energy Technologies to be the cheapest and most competitive cost efficient renewable energy today in the market.

Due to the high oil prices and the rising costs of electricity, the sea-wave energy production has emerged to become today a proper viable alternative for renewable energy production. S.D.E is continuing to expand throughout the world.

SDE has signed agreements for the construction of power plants around the world through joint ventures and agreements with companies that are backed by government agencies.

Press release, July 29, 2013; Image: sde