Egypt-based multinational energy solutions giant Elsewedy Electric, in a joint venture with EDF Renewables, has brought its two new solar plants under development in the country into full operation.

The two new sites, located near Benban in the country’s Aswan province, approximately 180 kilometres from Cairo, were developed as part of Egypt’s second round of renewable energies feed-in-tariff (“FiT”) programme for solar and wind energy, and boast a combined capacity of 130MW.

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Source: Smart Energy International

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