Oman: solar electrical power production project in Sohar completed

    21 Jul 2021

    Majis Industrial Services Company (MISC), an affiliate of Oman Investment Authority, has completed the solar electricity production project at Sohar Industrial Port with a production capacity of 36 kiloWatts per hour, the Arabian Stories reports.

    In this renewable energy project, electricity production was linked to the water treatment plant supply network in the sea to produce potable water using reverse osmosis technology. The project contributes to reducing carbon emissions and the operational cost of electricity and other facilities in the plant through this technology.

    The project consists of (150) solar panels within (300) square meters in terms of design. It also contributes to providing electricity by producing around (36) kilowatt/hour of alternating current, equivalent to (60.6) megawatt/year, which can give the air-conditioners electricity for up to 7 hours per day.

    The project contributes to reducing carbon emissions and the operational cost of electricity and other facilities at the plant.

    The project contributes to reducing carbon emissions and the operational cost of electricity and other facilities at the plant.

    The formation of the photovoltaic panels (solar) in the form of a rose with six petals, which indicates green sustainability and a clean environment. The project will work to direct the manufacturing and production sectors in the industrial and concession areas to a clean approach in the production of electrical energy and reduce consumption costs.

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