PV Hardware (PVH) expands in Africa with a groundbreaking 230MW project in Egypt, marking a stride towards sustainable energy. Partnering with ACWA Power and CEEC-ZTPC, PVH overcomes challenges, contributing to Egypt’s ambitious renewable goals.
With a commitment to advancing clean energy in the Middle East and North Africa, PVH ushers in state-of-the-art solutions for optimal energy efficiency.
Significant strides in Egypt’s renewable energy sector, highlighted by the operational 1.8 GW Benban solar project with PVH trackers since 2019. The Kom Ombo solar plant contributes to Egypt’s goal of 42% renewable electricity by 2035 and 60% by 2040.
Expected to commence operations in 2024, the project will yield ample clean energy to power 130,000 homes in Egypt, diminishing reliance on fossil fuels and lessening environmental impact.
“This project is very special for us as it brings further strength to our portfolio in Egypt and highlights the efforts we can achieve by working together to meet the challenges,” said Alvaro Casado, Global Commercial Director at PVH. “We are delighted to deliver this project with great partners such as CEEC-ZTPC and ACWA, who have proved their unwavering support throughout the execution and planning of the project.”