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Tuesday, 7 May 2019

Intro Energy inaugurates 5 MW solar power plant in Sharm El Sheikh

Intro Energy inaugurates 5 MW solar power plant in Sharm El Sheikh: Intro Group subsidiary Intro Energy, along with co-developer Gila AlTawakol Electric and technical partner Schneider Electric, have inaugurated a 5 MW solar power plant in Sharm El Sheikh, according to an emailed statement (pdf). The facility, which was set up under the feed-in tariff system, “brings online c. 10 GWh of electricity and serves over 2,000 residential units, reducing annual carbon emissions by 3,506 tons.” Intro Energy and its partners are currently working on plans to increase the facility’s capacity to 40 MW. The 5 MW marks the first step “toward the construction of a comprehensive, large-scale presence as a platform for renewable energy solutions in the region,” Intro Group Chairman Mamdouh Abbas said.

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