In a historic moment of collaboration, Infinitum Energy, a prominent global renewable energy corporation, announced significant progress following a crucial meeting between its CEO, Lindsay Nagle and His Excellency Julius Maada Bio, President of Sierra Leone.
The momentous encounter unfolded during a recent visit to New York City marking a major stride towards realizing the company’s ambitious $189 million Waste-to-Energy project. This transformative endeavor aims to address critical energy and waste management challenges plaguing the city of Freetown.
The leadership team of Infinitum Energy also presented their visionary project to Honorable Dr. Kandeh Kolleh Yumkella, the newly appointed Chairman of the Special Initiative for Climate Change, Renewable Energy, and Food Security in Sierra Leone. The presentation garnered significant attention and support from other distinguished guests who attended the meeting, including: Jiwoh Abdulai – Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Sheku Ahmed Fantamadi Bangura – Minister of Finance and Mathew Dingie – Financial Secretary, Ministry of Finance.
Infinitum Energy’s state-of-the-art facility aligns seamlessly with Sierra Leonean Government’s “Big Game Changers” agenda, addressing four out of five key pillars, namely Human Capital Development, Youth Employment, Revamping Public Services and Tech/Infrastructure. This strategic alignment positions the company as a crucial partner in advancing these pivotal initiatives.
The monumental project presented by Infinitum Energy promises to address two pressing challenges confronting Freetown: energy scarcity and waste management. Leveraging cutting-edge technology and sustainable practices, the company is committed to delivering energy independence to Sierra Leone while concurrently contributing to resolving waste-related issues. This dual mission heralds a cleaner and brighter future for Mama Salone.
Infinitum Energy takes immense pride in its collaboration with the people of Sierra Leone, symbolizing a shared commitment to driving transformative change. The project is set to generate 1,200 well-paying jobs, underscoring the company’s dedication to fostering sustainable socio-economic growth.
As Infinitum Energy continues its close partnership with Sierra Leone, the world can look forward to a future marked by sustainability, cleanliness and prosperity.