Mondragon installs 100-MW PV production line in Egypt

Solar PV production line. Source: Mondragon Assembly Group

July 27 (Renewables Now) - Spanish automation systems manufacturer Mondragon Assembly Group announced last week that it supplied and commissioned a 100-MW photovoltaic (PV) module production front line in Cairo, Egypt.

The project was launched in the final quarter of 2019 on behalf of client Teriak Industrial Group. The latter seeks to be a key player in Africa when it comes to clean energy production, the announcement says.

The newly-installed line allows the client to produce a variety of solar modules ranging from bifacial half-cut glass-glass panels to standard high efficiency Mono PERC panels, Mondragon adds.

This is Mondragon’s eighth line installed in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and second in Egypt, where it previously delivered a 50-MW PV modules assembly line for Arab International Optronics.

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