Two new solar PV projects for Tunisia and Pakistan

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Italian multinational oil and gas company Eni, has begun the construction of two new solar PV projects in Pakistan and Tunisia.

The Tunisian plant will be built at the ADAM oil concession, while the plant in Pakistan will be situated in close proximity to the Bhit gas field.

A company statement highlighted that the projects will support upstream operations by providing green energy with an off-grid set up.

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Source: ESI Africa

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