Independent Power Corporation is a developer of power plants across the globe. Additionally, IPC has experience in acquiring generation assets in de-regulating markets during privatisation of the electricity industry and then adding value to those assets by upgrading and improving performance or adding new state of the art capacity.
IPC has also acted as an advisor and partner to industrial groups looking to enter the independent power market.
Through IPOL, its operations and maintenance subsidiary, IPC has acted as a recognised power plant operator and technical services provider for regulatory and compliance purposes worldwide.
IPC also acts as its own EPC contractor for IPC-led projects, providing engineering, procurement and construction services in-house. IPC has successfully developed and built generation capacity on five continents.
IPC has developed, owned or operated around 10,000 MW of power capacity across a wide range of project types including gas, diesel, wind, biofuels and hydroelectric plants. Thermal plants have included CCGTs (including the first in country in Bolivia and South Africa) as well as CHPs and coal-fired emissions reduction projects in CIS countries.
In recent years, IPC has successfully developed projects in Azerbaijan, Chile, Ghana, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and the United Kingdom as an independent developer, sponsor and operator of power plants. It is also working as an early stage developer and operator of offshore wind and low emissions, gas fired balancing power in the United Kingdom where it has previously held generation licences for operating gas fired embedded generation plants which provided strategic reserve capacity for National Grid.