LONGi and Zhejiang Thermal Power agree module supply contract for Egyptian project

Global News

LONGi has announced the signing of a contract with Zhejiang Thermal Power Construction for the supply of high-efficiency mono PERC bifacial modules to the Kom Ombo project in Egypt.

The project is located some 805km south of Cairo and 78km northwest of Aswan and will have an installed capacity of 200MWac and a DC capacity of 230MW, as well as a 220kV booster station. The developer is ACWA Power and the EPC contract fulfilled by a consortium of China Power Engineering Consult and Zhejiang Thermal Power, from the China Energy Engineering Company (CEEC) group.

The project will provide power for 130,000 households and eliminate an annual 336,000 tons of carbon emissions, contributing to Egypt's energy transition and providing additional impetus to the country's economic and social growth.

Mr. Yu Wei, member of the Party Committee and vice president of Zhejiang Thermal Power, and LONGi Group vice president Dennis She were in attendance at the signing ceremony.

Mr. Yu praised the hard work of the LONGi team in supporting the client and expressed the wish that both parties continue to work together to leverage their complementary advantages and combined strength.

Mr. She commented that the CEEC group has constructed and continues to build vital energy and power infrastructure for people in the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia and beyond. LONGi, for its part, will maintain its brand positioning of "Reliable, Innovative" by providing the best products and most advanced technology to support CEEC as it heads to the international market in order to contribute further to the global energy transition.

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