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TotalEnergies, GECOL Launch Solar Project In Northern Libya

CategoryPress Releases
CountryLibya
TagsEnergy Access, Finance and Investment, Regulatory and Governance, Renewable Energy
  • TotalEnergies launches a 500 MW solar project in Northern Libya.
  • TotalEnergies and GECOL signed a preliminary agreement in May, which led to the project’s launch.
  • Libya aims to use 22% renewable energy in its electrical output by the decade’s end.

Total Energies, in partnership with the General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL), is set to launch a 500 MW solar project in the Northern province of Libya. According to GECOL, the solar park will be developed in the As-Saddadah region and will be the first and largest of its kind in the North African country.

As the state-owned electricity producer predicted earlier this year, additional renewable energy projects will be launched to support the country’s public power supply. TotalEnergies and GECOL signed a preliminary agreement in May, which led to the project’s launch.

The project is part of GECOL’s collaboration with Libya’s Renewable Energy Agency to increase the country’s green energy capability. Libya aims to use 22% renewable energy in its electrical output by the decade’s end.