RNRG delivers resource assessment packages for Valorem’s projects in Africa

6 July 2016 (Last Updated July 6th, 2016 18:30)

US-based manufacturer Renewable NRG Systems (RNRG) has delivered complete resource assessment packages to French developer Valorem for its renewable energy project development activities in Africa.

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US-based manufacturer Renewable NRG Systems (RNRG) has delivered complete resource assessment packages to French developer Valorem for its renewable energy project development activities in Africa.

Currently, Valorem is carrying out the construction of five wind and solar farms, which are at various development stages. The company is also the service provider in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Valorem's senior engineer Romain Barbot said: "RNRG offers genuinely complete measurement systems, which are very valuable to us.

"Combined with the outstanding support service provided, the quality of these packages is the key factor, which contributed to our decision to collaborate with RNRG.

"Valorem is carrying out the construction of five wind and solar farms in Africa, which are at various development stages."

"RNRG is our one-stop shop. They greatly simplify our logistics."

Once completed, the five projects being developed across various North African countries will have a total power generation capacity of 100MW.

RNRG's global marketing and product management vice-president Dave Hurwitt said: "Working with such an experienced project developer is a pleasure for us.

"It ensures our equipment will deliver its full potential, which is a great reward in itself. We look forward to continuing our successful collaboration for a long time."

Under the terms of the deal, the complete systems delivered by RNRG include data loggers equipped with communications and autonomous power modules, towers, Class One sensors, cables, booms, winches, and ginpoles.

Valorem has been delivering renewable energy projects to the African continent since 2010.


Image: Valorem is currently developing a pipeline of five wind and solar farms across Africa. Photo: courtesy of Renewable NRG Systems.