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Chief operating officer of NBN and Regional BD Director for MENA at Dynatom International GmbH.In-depth knowledge of nuclear, alternative and renewable, and conventional energy industry.Have been...

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Last year, Egypt connected more than 1.5 GW of solar energy in the Benban complex near the city of Aswan, southern Egypt, and Acwa Power implemented 120 MW of solar energy at the Benban site

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Dr. Amal Khashab on Mar 26, 2020

I am wondering, it is just MoU to execute a techno-economic feasibility study. Mr.Asem is not sure about the Acwa timetable to conclude the study.

My questions to Mr.Asem are:

  • Why you are writing without information?
  • Is it possible to use PV in Benban to desalination, while Benban is very close to the Nile River of 55.5 Billion cubic meters of freshwater/year?

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