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Infinity, Egypt’s largest renewable energy solutions provider, announces that it will help power the COP27 summit using newly developed clean and renewable energy solutions at Sharm El-Sheikh. It will jointly develop, manage and operate a 6MWp solar power plant in Sharm El-Sheikh. Infinity Power will also manage and maintain 18 EV charging stations throughout Sharm. This will allow for the provision of transportation services for the summit.
Mohamed Ismail Mansour, Co-Founder and CEO, Infinity, said, “We are delighted to be able to support the government during this historic occasion, by delivering clean, renewable energy-based solutions to power COP27. We will continue providing sustainable energy solutions to Sharm El Sheikh for years to come through our solar plant and EV charging network, providing clean power to a city with an important role in Egyptian diplomacy and international relations.”
Infinity Power’s solar power plant will produce 6 MWp of total power and can generate 11,723 MWh of total energy annually. It is a joint venture between Masdar in the UAE and Infinity Power in Egypt. This plant’s total energy can power 5,275 homes annually and reduce carbon emissions by 4,368 tons of CO2/year. Before the start of COP27 activities, the solar plant will be operational by October 2022.
Infinity is Egypt’s only renewable energy solution provider that can develop clean energy solutions for all sectors and at all scales. Infinity has been leading the transition to a sustainable Egypt and Africa for nearly a decade. They have meticulously developed commercially viable energy solutions that allow everyone access to clean energy resources. Infinity uses various resources to generate power, including solar, water-to-energy, and wind. It also provides Power Distribution services and operates the largest network for electric vehicle charging in Egypt and Africa. Infinity contributes the most to Africa’s Benban Solar Park. It is Africa’s largest photovoltaic plant with an estimated capacity of 1465 MWp.