On 15 August, the Egyptian government will open a tender to construct a solar power station at Sharm El-Sheikh Museum.
A news agency was informed by a government source that contracts for the project will be awarded in less than a week. The goal is to have the project operational by November when Sharm El Sheikh hosts the climate summit (COP27).
According to the source, the new station will be able to produce 280 kilowatts.
Many hotels and tourist villages are racing against the clock to install solar panels in Sharm El-Sheikh before the climate summit.
Recently, The development of a 20-MW solar power plant near Hurghada, Egypt’s Pink Coastline, is progressing, according to a newspaper, citing sources from Egypt’s NREA, New and Renewable Vitality Authority.