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Enertronica wins € 7 million in Eritrea for construction of 73 photovoltaic systems


Enertronica wins a second contract in Eritrea for the construction of 73 photovoltaic system with battery storage for a value of 7 Mil Euro.

Frosinone, February 24, 2015 - Enertronica, a company operating in the field of renewable energy and energy conservation , in the design and manufacture of electromechanical systems, announces that, as leader of the temporary joint venture with the company Rossi Impianti Srl, has been awarded the design and construction of 73 photovoltaic systems with energy storage by batteries, to be implemented in Eritrea.

The plant, commissioned directly by the Eritrean Government and funded by the European Union, are part of an expansion plan Enertronica market Eritrean and following the award of a previous order on the same issue and which has been posted on October 27 2014.

The contract, the value of which is equal to about 7 million, will be invoiced in full by Enertronica SpA in the period 2015/2016.

The CEO of Enertronica SpA, ing. Stefano Plocco, commented: "The acquisition of the order 2 Eritrea continues to show that Enertronica is operating in the best way on various international markets.

The contract just won, which is added to the contract Eritrea 1, will allow Enertronica l ' opening of an office in the territory of Eritrea and to strengthen its presence in Central Africa.

Even in this case the project is high-tech since the small Smart Grid, helping to improve the positioning of Enertronica in this market segment.

Like Eritrea also one of this order is based on a small sample of "network enterprise" in collaboration with the company Rossi

Appliances and thanks to the support of Unindustria.. " (SF)

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  1. This is a step in the right direction. In fact, I am of the
    opinion that all rural villages in Eritrea, including those very near to
    Asmara, should get their energy from alternative sources (solar, wind etc…)
    instead of being linked to the national grid. The national grid should be
    reserved only for major cities, secondary towns and industrial and
    agro-industrial sectors.

  2. All is good, when is about sustainable energy, safeguard our nature, the nature we live in, the nature from which we get our food, Eritrea is a symbol of respecting nature indeed. I remember back to 1994/5 when the GoE abolished the plastic bag in the country. The euro-zone did this on 2013 except some scandinavian countries on 2000.
    In Africa, Eritrea is the first country to apply this task, while Rwanda the 2nd to ban on 2004. This tells a lot in a matter of awareness of clean energy, eco-sustainable, environmental impact topics.

  3. Abei imo cane libero hawey...whatever the GOE does, is not appreciated by these evil minded people and governments...anyway what so ever nkhid trai...

  4. I can not agree more I missed one thing though, what is th energy value of the project? It means how much energy will produce after the construction of 73 photovoltaic system ?

  5. Sorry, I can’t answer your question as I don’t have access
    to the project document. However, I have seen projects of rural electrification using solar energy, in Latin America in the early 90th. The initial cost could be a bit high, but not as high as connecting villages to national grid. The operating cost is very low, nearly zero. The benefit, both economically and socially, is enormous. Many rural communities in Eritrea have already started using solar energy to electrify their dwellings. In fact, there is very high demand in the country for alternative source of energy like solar; and some creative minds have started business to satisfy this demand.


    Eritrea: a Enertronica and Rossi Appliances committed by 7 mln for photovoltaics



    Enertronica and 'won, in a temporary association of companies with Rossi Plant, the tender for the design and construction of 73 photovoltaic plants with energy storage using batteries in Eritrea. The contract has a value of 7 million euro. The plant, commissioned by the Eritrean government and financed by the European Union, will be located throughout the national territory.


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