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Projects

ARC (Benban, Egypt) – Photovoltaic plant of power 65.7 MWdc

Capacity: 65.7 MWdc
COD: 31st of October 2019
EPC: Enerray DT BV, Enerray Egypt
Customer: Egyptian Transmission Company S.A.E.
Financing: IFC, AIIB, CDC, BAB, FIM
Technology: Suntech, Fimer, Convert

Desert Technologies is a co-developer for the ARC Project, a 65.7 MWdc (50MWac) solar photovoltaic project in Benban, Egypt. The project benefits from a 25-year PPA with Egyptian Transmission Company S.A.E., with a guarantee from the Ministry of Finance, under Round 2 of the Feed in Tariff program. The project achieved financial close in October 2017 and is financed by a syndicated loan arranged by the IFC (World Bank Group).

Winnergy (Benban, Egypt) – Photovoltaic plant of power 24.9 MW

Capacity: 24.9 MWdc
COD: 8th of September 2019
EPC: Enerray DT BV, Enerray Egypt
Customer: Egyptian Transmission Company S.A.E.
Financing: IFC, AIIB, CDC
Technology: Suntech, Fimer, Convert

Desert Technologies is a co-developer for the Winnergy Project, a 24.9MWdc (20MWac) solar photovoltaic project in Benban, Egypt. The project benefits from a 25-year PPA with Egyptian Transmission Company S.A.E., with a guarantee from the Ministry of Finance, under Round 2 of the Feed-In Tariff program. The project achieved financial close in October 2017 and is financed by a syndicated loan arranged by the IFC (World Bank Group).

Arinna (Benban, Egypt) – Photovoltaic plant of power 24.9 MW

Capacity: 24.9 MWdc
COD: 8th of September 2019
EPC: Enerray DT BV, Enerray Egypt
Customer: Egyptian Transmission Company S.A.E.
Financing: IFC, AIIB, CDC
Technology: Suntech, Fimer, Convert

Desert Technologies is a co-developer for the Arinna Project, a 24.9 MWdc (20MWac) solar photovoltaic project in Benban, Egypt. The project benefits from a 25-year PPA with Egyptian Transmission Company S.A.E., with a guarantee from the Ministry of Finance, under Round 2 of the Feed-In Tariff program. The project achieved financial close in October 2017 and is financed by a syndicated loan arranged by the IFC (World Bank Group).

Porsche MEA – Power Readiness Check (PRC) for Charging Infrastructure

DT has been assisting Porsche Middle East Africa in preparing for their electric vehicle arriving in 2019. The scope of the project covers assessing existing infrastructure, budgeting and designing EV charging infrastructure for 61 Porsche Locations across 22 countries, thereby ensuring adequate charging infrastructure at Porsche dealerships, Driving Experience Centers, and Training Centers before the roll-out of the first Electric Car. Among the global regions of Porsche, we have been the top performing of the 5 global regions. Therefore, they are engaging us to discuss further regarding the EV products and solutions to be implemented in the near future.

Falcon (Ma’an , Jordan) – 23.10 MWdc Photovoltaic Power Plant

Capacity: 23.10 MWdc
COD: 18th of October 2016
EPC: Nubien, ARC Jordan, Enerray
Customer: National Electric Power (NEPCO)
Financing: OFID, IFC, FINNFUND,Arab Bank, EAB, FMO
Technology: Jinko Solar, SMA, Clavijo Group

DT, alongside Enerray Spa, stepped in as a co-developer and turnkey Engineering, Procurement and Construction Contractor in the Falcon Ma’an 23.1 MWdc project located within the Ma’an Development Area. The project is backed by a20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with the National Electric Power Company (NEPCO) as well as a Ministry of Finance guarantee and is financed in part by a 40 million USD syndicated loan arranged by the International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group). The project achieved financial close in October 2016, and DT is now the operation & maintenance provider. The main components for this project were provided by Jinko Solar (Polysilicon Modules), SMA (Inverters), Clavijo Group (Fixed tilt mounting structures).

Shamsuna (Aqaba, Jordan) – 10.01 MWdc Photovoltaic Power Plant

Capacity: 10.01 MWdc
COD: 25TH of February 2016
EPC: Nubien, ARC Jordan, Enerray
Customer: National Electric Power (NEPCO)
Financing IFC, Arab Bank, EAB, FMO
Technology: Trina Solar, ABB Powerone, Sunspyre

Desert Technologies, in a joint venture with Enerray SpA, acted as the full turnkey Engineering, Procurement and Construction Contractor for the Shamsuna Project located in the Aqaba Special Economic Zone. Like DT’s Falcon Ma’an solar plant, the project is part of Jordan’s first round of photovoltaic energy procurement, and achieved commercial operation in February 2016. The project is comprised of 40,320 solar photovoltaic panels of 250 Wp each, for a total capacity of 10.08 MWp. The plant is now under an operation and maintenance contract with Desert Technologies and Enerray in a joint venture, and the plant is producing an approximately 20,000,000 kWh per annum. The main components used in this project are Trina Solar (Polysilicon Modules), ABB Powerone (Inverters), Sunspyre (Fixed tilt mounting structures).

SEC Saudi Electricity Company, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (EPC project)

Capacity: 300 kWp of PV Plant (around No 910 pv modules of 330 Wp)
Section 1: 115 kWp on flat roof
Section 2: 185 kWp on new carports
COD: December 2018
EPC: Desert Technologies
Customer: Saudi Electricity Company
Technology: Talesun Poly pv modules, grid-tie inverters, Mounting structures: ballasts on flat roofs and metal car shelters

Desert Technologies installed a 300 kW Solar PV system at SEC’s Headquarters in Jeddah. The plant consists is installed on flat roofs and on carports. The project began on August 26th 2018 and the technical completion was last December 2018. In this initiative, DT was responsible for the design, engineering, construction and installation works, testing and commissioning of the plant. DT was also responsible for the dismantling of the existing carport structure and for the supply and installation of the new solar canopies. All the mounting structures had been procured from local suppliers.

Al Basateen, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Capacity: 49 kWp of PV Plant
COD: December 2017
EPC: Desert Technologies
Customer: Al Basateen Suburb Real estate Development Co. Ltd
Financing: Al Basateen Suburb Real estate Development Co. Ltd
Technology: Suntech, ABB, ballasts as mounting structures

Desert Technologies realized the design, supply and installation of Solar On-Grid Systems during Q3-Q4 of 2017 at Al Basateen Compound in Jeddah. Overall capacity of Solar PV plants is 49kW. The PV plants (No 4 totally) are roof mounted. Desert Technologies is performing the Operations & Maintenance of these PV plants.

NCB Bank, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (EPC project)

Capacity: 24.7 kWp of PV Plant
COD: December 2018
EPC: Desert Technologies
Customer: National Commercial Bank, Obhur
Financing: NCB Bank
Technology: Suntech, ABB, ballasts + Aluminum profiles as mounting structures

Desert Technologies realized the design, supply and installation of Solar On-Grid System during Q3-Q4 of 2018 at Obhur branch of NCB Bank in Jeddah. Overall capacity of Solar PV plant is 49kW. The PV plant is roof mounted over flat roof of the bank.

Major Multilateral Agency (Nationwide, Togo) – Supply and delivery of 10,000 Solar Street Lamps

In November 2017, Desert Technologies was awarded by a leading multilateral development agency a contract for the supply, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of 10,000 solar photovoltaic street lights in different areas around the Country. The lighting poles will be equipped with additional features, such as USB ports for charging mobile devices (e.g. cell phones and laptops) and wi-fi routers to provide internet access to the local population. The project is under implementation and the installation works are expected to be completed by the end of 2018.

Al-Zatari Refugee Camp (Almafraq, Jordan) – Design, Supply, and Installation of Solar Off-grid Systems

Between July and December 2017, Desert Technologies installed a series of entirely independent, off-grid (photovoltaic plus storage) systems of 87KWp in different locations in the Syrian refugee camp under contract from a major multilateral aid agency, to provide efficient, secure and affordable energy. The project included Victron deep-cycle batteries (220 Ah each) and inverters, alongside Jinko solar panels. The project was completed at the end of 2017.

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