100 MW Solar PV Production Line Installed in Egypt

  • Spanish company Mondragon Assembly has supplied and commissioned a 100 MW photovoltaic module production front line in Cairo, Egypt for Teriak Industrial Group.
  • The turnkey project will provide Teriak with a large production capacity for various solar modules, from bifacial half-cut glass-glass modules to standard high efficiency Mono PERC panels.

Haythem Zhioua, International Sales Manager for the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa) has stated that “this is not our first project in Egypt, as we previously carried out the development of a 50 MW PV modules assembly line to Arab International Optronics.”

Similarly, Zhioua noted that “one of our main objectives at Mondragon Assembly is to stay alongside our clients and partners, offering them direct support when they need it most. For this reason, we have a local technical team composed of highly trained project managers and technicians who provide support across the MENA region.”

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