Fenchurch Power undertook its first power project in 2007 with the construction of 2x15MVA Injection Sub-Station in Ilesha Osun State for the then Federal Government of Nigeria controlled Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) Ibadan Zone. Since then, Fenchurch Power has gone on to construct over 150 kilometres of 11kv and 33k power distribution lines and recently raised $12million US Dollars for the development of an 8.5MW Independent Power Plant (IPP) for a State Government in Nigeria on a Public Private sector Partnership (PPP) basis.
We are backed by strong financial institutions, reputable equipment suppliers and more importantly our greatest asset of all, Fenchurch Power employees. We have taken a strong and unyielding approach to quality and service delivery without compromising on Health, Safety and the Environment.
Fenchurch Power Nigeria is one project at a time closing the power infrastructure deficit in Nigeria and Africa.
Due to grid inefficiencies which result in a high number blackouts from power system failures, the location of power generation facilities and localized power distribution networks are key to boosting the immediate capacity required in Nigeria and on the continent.
In Nigeria, Fenchurch Power has embarked on various strategic alliances with original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM’s) within the Low Voltage and Medium Voltage spectrum of the Network where the Distribution companies (DISCOS) operate, providing much needed power to their premium and large consumers of Kilowatt - hours. This reduces the pressure on the system and allows more electrical power to be readily available to residential customers.
Fenchurch Power develops assets with utilities such as the DISCOS, corporations and governments; these projects are developed where there is insufficient electricity supply or lack of funding. This is achieved through Public Private Partnerships (PPP) as well as Private Partnerships (PP). We offer the following flexible options:
- Build Own Operate Model (BOO)
- Build Operate and Transfer (BoT) and