GreenYellow supports Senico in its energy transition and signs a new contract to build the largest self-consumption solar power plant in Senegal
GreenYellow, a company specialising in energy efficiency solutions, energy services and solar photovoltaic production, is supporting Senico, a major player in the food industry, in its energy transition with a new self-consumption power plant project.
Located on a strategic site in the new town of Diamniadio, on the motorway between Dakar and Blaise Diagne International Airport, the plant will have a capacity of 1.56MWp. Developed and built by GreenYellow, this plant will be the largest self-consumption plant in the country.
In order to further support Senico in achieving its environmental objectives and to provide an increased supply of green energy, expansion projects are already being considered and GreenYellow hopes to be able to sign another contract with a second industry leader in the near future.
With the signing of this new project, GreenYellow continues its ambition to consolidate its position as a major player in the solar photovoltaic and green energy market in Africa, confirming the development of its business on the continent and firmly anchoring its presence in the territory.
"GreenYellow is proud to support Senico in its ecological transition by providing it with environmentally friendly energy solutions that will enable it to produce and consume green electricity thanks to the largest self-consumption solar photovoltaic plant in Senegal," said Otmane Hajji, President of GreenYellow.