Under the agreement, the EIB will finance el-Shabab electricity station with a loan which will be paid over 19 years with a five-year grace period.
The power plant will be converted to work with a combined-cycle system to increase its energy production by 50 per cent without using additional fuel, bringing the plant's output to 1,500MW.
"Our aim is to support the new
Investments in the project total
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