ALN is an alliance of leading African corporate law firms currently in sixteen key African jurisdictions, including Algeria, Botswana, Ethiopia, Guinea, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. 
ALN firms have established experience in handling all aspects of complex power transactions across Africa. The firms regularly act for local and international sponsors, and have a proven track record of closing large-scale power related transactions, including the 300 MW Lake Turkana Wind Power Project in Kenya, the 1000 MW Mambilla Hydroelectric Power Project in Nigeria, the World Bank-funded 385 MW Ruhudji Hydropower Project in Tanzania, the 300MW coal fired Maamba Power Project in Zambia, the Soroti PV in Tanzania, which is the largest privately owned solar power plant in Africa, and the World Bank funded 50MW solar power plant, the first ever Scaling Solar Project in Zambia, among others. 

This experience, coupled with excellent working relationships with key stakeholders enables the firms to pre-empt obstacles and structure projects in a manner that will address key bankability issues at the outset of our engagement.