BIOKALA
BIOKALA
BIOKALA
BIOKALA
BIOKALA
BIOKALA
BIOKALA

Supporting The Largest Renewable Biomass-To-Energy Plant in West Africa.

Biomass energy generation from old palm-oil trees is a first of its kind in Côte and in Africa and is jointly developped by EDF and SIFCA Group (largest agro-industry conglomerate of Côte d’Ivoire) through Biokala subsidiary.

Biokala 2x23 MW biomass power plant seeks to contribute to Côte d’Ivoire’s stated and quantified policy goals of shifting towards a low emission sustainable development pathway by developing and connecting a large-scale, expandable, clean energy power generation using old palm-oil trees, within an electrical transmission system currently dominated by fossil-fuel based thermal power generation. This ambitious project will have sensible impact on the population as the income of smallholder palm-oil farmers should increase by 5 to 10%.

  • Affordable & clean energy
  • Climate action
  • Decent work & economic growth
  • Industry, innovation & infrastructure
  • Sustainable cities & communities