The Ministry of Water of Resources and Irrigation has signed agreements with a consortium of East African Companies to build wind power stations in Toker, Dongla and Nyala. The units are expected to produce 200 Megawatts at the first stage out of a planned 1400 Megawatts.
The Director of the Electricity Holding Company Eng. Salih Ali said the Ministry of Water of Resources and Irrigation is interested to diversify power sources in Sudan. He further said, during the signing ceremony, that Sudan plans to produce 25,000 Megawatts of wind power in the coming years. He further noted that Wind Atals in Sudan is covering all Sudan, pointing that Sudan plans to produce 1400 Megawatts of wind power in the coming 7 years.
On his part the representative of Africa Renewable Energy Company, Eng. Omar Ahmed, said that all studies were finalized affirming that Sudan will be among countries best benefiting from wind clean energy.