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InfraCo Asia together with its Myanmar Developer Team, Infra Capital Myanmar, will collaborate with the Magwe Region Government to evaluate the technical and commercial feasibility of wind energy in Myanmar’s Magwe region.
InfraCo Asia Development Pte. Ltd. and Butwal Power Company (BPC), were proud to stage a well-attended groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday 23 March 2017 at the future site of the 37.6MW run-of-river ‘Kabeli A’ hydropower project in eastern Nepal.
A groundbreaking ceremony in eastern Nepal has been held to mark the commencement of the construction of InfraCo Asia’s first hydropower project in the country.
InfraCo Asia, part of the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG), will add the first hydroponics farming project to its pipeline, after signing a Joint Venture Agreement with a partner in Junga, north India.
2016 was a fruitful year for the growth of InfraCo Asia Development Pte. Ltd. (IAD) InfraCo Asia Investments, and their project pipeline. The year saw the three commissioned projects reach Commercial Operation and eight Joint Development Agreements (JDAs) were signed with partners in Myanmar, the Philippines and India. In 2016 InfraCo Asia welcomed a new Chair and Non-Executive Director. It signed two new Developer Teams to extend its project pipelines in South Asia and South East Asia. The Management Team grew by two. InfraCo Asia featured in more than 30 international and local news items, and its team presented at 12 conferences and events during the year.
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