Nebras Power is a global power development and investment company headquartered in Doha, Qatar.
Mr. Khalid Mohammed Jolo
The asset management practices deliver the appropriate levels of asset support at the different stages of the business life cycle.
At Nebras Power, we consistently embed the evolving principles of sustainability in our business.
At Nebras Power we are committed to our CSR initiatives.
We are committed to adhere to the highest standards of corporate governance.
The Board of Directors is the governing body accountable to the Shareholders and entrusted with the management of the Company.
We believe in a constant, effective and transparent dialogue with institutional investors, financial institutions, shareholders and the wider market.
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Our investment portfolio includes 14 power-generating assets located in seven countries for a total gross installed capacity of 4,845 MW.
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Rades II plant is the largest power plant in Tunisia
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Salgueiro is a 90 MW solar project in Pernambuco, Brazil and is expected achieve commercial operation in 2020.
Jaíba is an 88 MW solar project in Minas Gerais, Brazil and is expected to achieve commercial operation in 2021.
Lavras is a 120 MW solar project in Ceará, Brazil and is expected to achieve commercial operation in 2021.
Francisco Sá is a 99 MW solar project in Minas Gerais, Brazil and is expected to achieve commercial operation in 2021.
Stockyard Hill Wind Farm (the "Project") is currently under construction.