The Renewable Energy Authority of Libya (REAoL) visited Infinity renewable energy company in Cairo at the beginning of March.
Infinity reported Wednesday that the discussions revolved around the past and current projects of Infinity and Infinity Libya within the commercial and agricultural technical sectors and solar street lighting solutions which have been implemented in Libya, Egypt and Africa.
On the side-lines of the visit, the conversation touched on potential projects in Libya in the renewable energies sector, and it was suggested to launch a pilot project as a start.
The REAoL team also visited the Infinity solar energy stations located in Benban, Aswan, in order to conduct an in-depth review of the operation and maintenance operations within the solar energy stations.
Infinity says it is the largest Egyptian shareholder in the Benban Solar Park which has a total capacity exceeding 180 MW.
Infinity Libya said it was keen to expand its operations to cover all regions of Libya, which is a major strategy to help in areas where the electricity network is unstable or non-existent.
Infinity Libya seeks to convert Libya’s renewable energy potential into concrete projects (libyaherald.com)