Sterling and Wilson to construct 300 MW solar plants in Egypt

Sterling and Wilson, a global solar EPC company, is planning to construct 300 MW of solar power plants in Egypt.

The company already won two solar PV Projects of size 50 MW each and is looking forward to building another 200 MW in Egypt.

The project, initiated under the Feed-in-Tariff Program for Renewable Energy initiated by Ministry of Electricity & Renewable Energy, will be constructed for Consortiums of Solar Project Developers & IPPs qualified under Feed-in-Tariff program, at Solar Parks being developed by New & Renewable Energy Authority of Egypt at Ben Ban, Aswan & Zafarana.

Sterling and Wilson boasts over 400 MW of solar projects operational, 498 MW under-construction and 251 MW order book across the world. The company recently opened its international office at Cairo, capital of Egypt.

Sterling and Wilson is already active in Middle East. The company has offices in Riyadh, Dubai, and Qatar. It has been recently awarded Solar EPC Contract of 62.5 MWp in Jordan.

The setting up of its local office in Cairo is testament to Sterling and Wilson’s commitment of establishing itself as the numero uno Solar EPC Company in Egypt.

Bikesh Ogra, president, Electrical & Solar Business of Sterling and Wilson, said, “We are confident of reaching our target in Egypt and are delighted that we are engaged with Qualified Companies, many of with whom we are already working in South Africa, Jordan, UAE, India, South East Asia, & Latin America.”

Rajani Baburajan

editor@greentechlead.com