Total Energies to build PV plants in Libya with an installed capacity of 500 MW

PV plant in Mam Rashan, Iraq

French energy company Total Energies SE signed with the Libyan authorities various agreements for the sustainable development of the country’s natural resources. Among the signed agreements is a Memorandum of Understanding between Total Energies and the General Electricity Company of Libya for the development of solar photovoltaic projects with a total capacity of 500 MW designed to supply electricity to the national grid. Details were not disclosed. These agreements »reflect Total Energies’ willingness to strengthen its investments in Libya’s energy sector. We aim to assist the country in building a more sustainable future through a better use of the country’s natural resources, including solar energy, which will directly improve the accessibility of cleaner, more reliable and more affordable electricity to the Libyan people,« said Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman & CEO of Total Energies.
Total Energies has been present in Libya since 1954.

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