Wednesday, September 30, 2009

First solar energy unit in Egypt to operate in 2010

Egypt's Minister of Electricity Hassan Younes has said that the country's first solar power station will operate at full capacity in 2010, Reuters has reported. The new station, which will have a 140 megawatts capacity, is part of a larger facility that also includes three non-solar units and is expected to generate 2,900 megawatts once it comes onstream, he said.

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