Sharm El Sheikh’s First Solar Plant Commissioned
Wednesday May 8, 2019  Printer Friendly Email this article

Schneider Electric commissioned the very first solar power plant in the Egyptian town of Sharm el Sheikh. The plant has a capacity of 5 MW.

The company worked on the project with Intro Energy and Gila AlTawakol Electric, local companies that act as lead developer, site layout manager and co-developer respectively. Schneider Electric is involved in this project as a technical partner.

Expansion work is already underway to increase the capacity of the Sharm el Sheikh solar park to 40 MW.

The entire installation will operate with a digital management solution from Schneider Electric, including “EcoStruxure”. It is an open, interoperable, ready-to-use and IoT compatible architecture and platform that optimizes carbon footprint by up to 50% and engineering costs and lead times by up to 80%.

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