Infinity Power to build and operate a 6 MW solar plant to power COP27

Infinity Power to build and operate a 6 MW solar plant to power COP27

Infinity, Egypt’s renewable energy solutions provider, announced that they will contribute towards powering the COP27 summit with newly deployed clean renewable energy solutions at Sharm El-Sheikh.

Through its JV with Masdar Infinity Power, it will be developing, managing, and operating a 6MWp solar energy plant in Sharm El-Sheikh. Infinity will also be developing, managing, operating, and maintaining 18 electric vehicle charging stations across Sharm El-Sheikh, enabling the use of EVs to provide transportation services during the COP27 summit.

“We are delighted to be able to support the government during this historic occasion, by delivering clean, renewable energy-based solutions to power COP27. We will continue providing sustainable energy solutions to Sharm El Sheikh for years to come through our solar plant and EV charging network, providing clean power to a city with an important role in Egyptian diplomacy and international relations,” Mohamed Ismail Mansour, Co-Founder, and CEO, Infinity, said.

Infinity’s EV charging stations are available at key gas stations and parking lots of popular malls and locations, across Sharm El-Sheikh.

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