Tunur Wants to Develop 500MW Solar PV in Tunisia for Export

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  • UK’s renewable energy developer TuNur plans to invest US $1.5 billion in building an export-oriented solar power plant in Tunisia with a capacity of 500MW, Tunisian state news agency TAP said on Tuesday. 

Daniel Rich, the CEO of the British company made the announcement as he met with Tunisia’s Minister of Economy and Planning Samir Saied in the capital Tunis.

Related news: late last year, The President of Tunisia, Kais Saied, has given the go ahead for the construction of five solar PV power plants totalling 500 MW. The projects were awarded under a 20 year PPA last year (2020), to independent power producers Engie, Scatec and China’s TBEA. Read more

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

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