Tunisia-based 5 MW solar facility supplemented with 2.2 MW of storage
Tataouine Governorate. The solar facility was constructed in cooperation with Tunisia’s ETAP. No financial or technical details are revealed except that the
Dec 12, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Storage, Grids, solar-plus-storage, Tunisia, Africa, Eni
Nareva and Engie collaborate to construct Tunisia-based PV station
won the project in the international auction held by Ministry of Energy of Tunisia and STEG. The scope of work of the 20-year project ranges from designing to
Jan 17, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Engie, pv power plants, Nareva, Tunis, Saïd Elhadi
Renewables Readiness Assessment: The Republic of Tunisia
by natural gas, production of which has gone stale recently, leaving Tunisia significantly susceptible to provide interruptions as well as unpredictable
Jun 10, 2021 // Market Research, Tunisia, Africa
Tunisia presents brand-new regulations for self-consumption, internet metering
Tunisian federal government has actually released a mandate that will certainly permit personal firms to generate renewable resource for self-consumption
Feb 28, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, Tunisia, Africa
Tunisia authorizes 500 MW of solar projects
stated recently on its website. The brand-new projects will certainly help Tunisia decrease its natural gas imports by 6% and reduce costs by TND 130
Mar 7, 2022 // Plants, Tunisia, Africa, solar projects
An Additional 70 MW PV Tender In Tunisia
Tunisian Ministry of Energy, Mines and Renewable Energies has actually tendered another 70 MW of solar PV capacity. There are two parts to this tender. In the
Sep 25, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, tender, Tunisia, Africa
Tunisia's first floating PV project
Tunisian state-owned energy Société Tunisienne de l'Electricité et du Gaz (STEG) is planning a 200 kW floating PV plant at the Lake of Tunis in the capital. A press release provided by the power company stated the installation needs to be operational following year and will power the Tunis area of Berges du Lac. The project will be funded with an unspecified amount from the Private Sector Study and Aid Fund of the Directorate-General of the French Ministry of Economy. The plant will be constructed by French power gigantic Total, via its Qair renewables advancement business, previously Qadran International. The project will come under the guidance of the Tunisian Ministry of Energy, Mines and also Energy Transition, which has actually also asked Qair to examine the country's floating solar capacity. Qair is already constructing a 10 MW ground-mounted solar plant in Tunisia which was selected by the federal government in a tender finalized in June. In January, the Total-owned programmer safeguarded the tender to construct a 4 MW floating PV project in the Seychelles by sending the lowest cost bid for the power to be generated: $0.095/ kWh.
Jul 13, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Floating PV, floating PV, Tunisia, Africa
Scatec Solar Bags 3 Solar Projects Worth 360 MW in Tunisia
Solar has been awarded three solar power plant projects in Tunisia totaling approximately 360 MW, following an international tender launched by the
Dec 17, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Raymond Carlsen, Scatec Solar, Tunisia, Africa
Tunisia announces grid-connection of its first solar park
Tunisian prime minister Youssef Chahed has officially commissioned the country’s first large-scale solar park, the 10 MW Tozeur I solar facility. The project is owned by Tunisian state-owned utility Société tunisienne de l’électricité et du gaz (STEG), and is located near Tozeur, in the south of the country. STEG kicked off the tender for the project in 2014. Italian solar developer Ternienergia, won the €12.5 million EPC contract for the project in March 2017. The €16 million project was financed by German development bank KFW, under Tunisia’s Plan Solaire Tunisien (PST) program. KFW provided a €12 million low-interest rate loan for the plant’s construction, and a further €0.5 million for additional services related to the project. A twin project is coming STEG is also currently developing another 10 MW solar park in the area, the Centrale Photovoltaique Tozeur II. The tender for this project was issued by the company in December 2017. Both Tozeur projects are the only large-scale solar plants being developed in the country outside of the government’s tender mechanism, which includes two separate 70 MW tenders for projects up to 10 MW, and a unique tender for 500 MW of larger solar parks. Preliminary results of this tender indicate surprisingly low bids, the lowest coming in at $0.0244/kWh. Projects selected in all of these auctions are expected to sell power to STEG under a long-term PPA. Under its renewable energy strategy, Tunisia aims at achieving 4.7 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030.
Aug 9, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, STEG, Tozeur, Tunisia, KFW, Plan Solaire Tunisien, Youssef Chahed
Tunisia launches tender for another 70 MW of solar
Tunisia’s Ministry of Energy, Mines and Renewable Energies has kicked-off a third tender for the development and construction of several solar power plants not exceeding 10 MW in size. Through this third procurement exercise, the Tunisian government is seeking to build six solar power plants with an installed power capacity of 10 MW each and ten 1 MW small solar parks. The deadline to submit project proposals is November 26 and plants will have to be constructed under the Build Own Operate (BOO) mode. Selected projects will sell electricity to Tunisia’s state-owned utility, Société Tunisienne de l’électricité et du gaz (STEG) under a long-term PPA. The tender is part of a series planned by the Tunisian government, which aims to install around 1 GW of renewable energy capacity in the period 2017-2020. Through a first tender of the same kind, which was launched in May 2017, the Tunisian government contracted seven 10 MW projects from domestic companies and Tunisian-international consortia. Construction the first project started in May. A second tender for another 70 MW of solar was launched last year. In this process, the Tunisian authorities decided on six 10 MW projects proposed by Tunisian and international developers. The ministry is also preparing to tender another 500 MW of solar for larger projects. So far, it has released a list of 16 prequalified developers. The round will facilitate the construction of a 200 MW solar plant in Tataouine, in the Sahara Desert; two 100 MW PV facilities in Kairouan and Gafsa; and two 50 MW solar parks in Sidi Bouzid and Tozeur. Under its renewable energy strategy, Tunisia aims to deploy around 4.7 GW of clean energy capacity by 2030.  
Jul 15, 2019 // Large-Scale, Société Tunisienne de l’électricité et du gaz (STEG), STEG, Build Own Operate, BOO
Tunisia's most current tender for 70 MW of solar gets back at better costs
with state-owned energy Societe Tunisienne de l'electricite et du gaz (STEG). Tunisia aims to mount 1.25 GW of renewables in 2021-2030 in accordance with a 30%
Mar 26, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, tender, Tunisia, Africa
Pakistan gas field powered by 10 MW off-grid solar system
an investment decision being made. A similar project is being built by Eni in Tunisia with state-owned oil company Entreprise Tunisienne d’Activités
Nov 22, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Grids, Asia, Pakistan, Eni
AG Energy to construct 200 MW solar park in Libya
establishes energy projects in Africa with a concentrate on Libya, Algeria, Tunisia as well as Nigeria. At a meeting on January 23, PIB and also the state-owned
Jan 31, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Africa, Solar Park, Libya, AG Energy
Ideematec materials tracking systems for 100 MW Agri-PV project portfolio to France
actually launched plants in Spain, Portugal, France, South Africa, Mozambique, Tunisia, Colombia and Mexico, among other
Mar 18, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, France, Germany, Europe, Ideematec GmbH, Agri-Photovaltaik project
AMEA, Philadelphia Solar bring online 50-MW solar park in Jordan
monetary close "imminently" on 1.2 GW of wind and solar projects in Egypt, Tunisia, Ivory Coast and also Burkina
Sep 8, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Jordan, Asia, philadelphia solar, Dubai, AMEA

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