Siraj Energy Signs Two MoUs For Cooperation In PV Energy And Systems Applications


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Siraj Energy has signed two agreements with the Qatar Foundation and WOQOD for cooperation in photovoltaic (PV) energy and systems applications. Siraj Energy is a joint venture between QatarEnergy (51%) and QEWC (49%).


Siraj Energy will study, and evaluate the installation and utilization of PV systems to power Sidra Medicine which is Qatar Foundation’s women’s and children’s hospital and medical research centre. 

The company is aiming to complete the process of study and evaluation by end of the Q2, 2022.

Under the MoU signed, Siraj Energy will invest, build and operate PV systems in WOQOD stations – Rawdat Egdaim (347 kWp), and Golf Course (339 KWp).

Both the companies plan to complete the projects during Q2, 2022, before the inception of FIFA World Cup 2022 in order to supply power to the event.

The new stations are expected to start operating in the middle of the third quarter of 2022, just before the inauguration of the FIFA World Cup 2022, which will be hosted in the fourth quarter of the same year.

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Also, the two WOQOD stations will be the first to have around 10 special units to charge electric cars.

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