$8 billion Solar Complex Planned in Algeria
Algeria’s largest private company Cevital is planning to build an $8 billion solar power complex to export renewable electricity to Europe.The plant will be able to generate about 2000MW of power, which issimilar to what a mid-sized nuclear power station in the U.S. produces.The company is now seeking foreign investors to help fund the project.
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