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​The Power Plant is expected to be fully constructed and operational by April 2019. At least 400 jobs will be created as a result of the plant’s operations, with up to 40 people employed full time. The plant is expected to produce power of more than 1,600 gigawatt hours per year, energizing up to one million Ghanaian households. It will be initially fuelled by light crude oil, with plans  to switch to indigenous gas. The Amandi Power Plant was named 2016 African Power Deal of the Year by both Project Finance International and IJ Global.

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