INJAZ expects to implement renewable energy projects in Egypt

Shaimaa Al-Aees
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The Upper Egypt Electricity Distribution Company (UEEDC) has received three proposals from local companies to establish a solar energy station with a total capacity of 8 MW. (AFP Photo)

INJAZ Renewable Energy Services is currently conducting plans to implement renewable energy projects that will add an additional 250MW Egypt’s total capacity factor, according to CEO Sherif Al-Haj.

Al-Haj said that the company has developed residential units to house solar energy company workers in Aswan. The company has built 344 houses at a cost of about EGP 7m.

INJAZ  has invested $13m in energy project that will add 13MW to the energy production capacities of sub saharan Africa, Sudan, and Egypt’s power grids.

“The company provides services for energy companies, which operate in Banban, the Red Sea, Zaafarana and Jabal Zayt,” Al-Haj added. “The services we supply are providing employment, transportation, and accommodation for employees and civil engineering works.”

INJAZ  is a member of Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA), an NGO that holds 120 events annually in Dubai and specilises in solar power across the Middle East.


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