The Sakuri Mine Solar Microgrid Project is a smart grid project being developed in Sukari Mine, Red Sea, Egypt. It is a microgrid renewable integration project.


The Sakuri Mine Solar Microgrid Project is currently under construction and will use smart grid technology. The project has a rated capacity of 36MW.

The smart grid project is being installed by juwi .

The Sakuri Mine Solar Microgrid Project has the following equipment associated with it:

– 7.5 MW Battery Energy Storage System
– Solar Power Supply

Contractors involved

juwi will construct and complete the Sakuri Mine Solar Microgrid Project.

Additional information

– juwi will design, supply and build a solar-storage hybrid project at an off-grid gold mine in Egypt
– The project will be installed at the Sukari mine, located near the Red Sea in the east of Egypt and owned and operated by mining company Centamin in partnership with the Egyptian government.

About juwi

juwi AG (juwi), a subsidiary of MVV Energie AG, is a renewable energy company that offers project development, engineering procurement, and construction services; and products and solutions for the energy turnaround. It offers whole-scale project development services for the planning and construction of on-shore wind farms and PV-plants. The company plans to constructs and develops large-scale solar off-grid plants with more than 1 MW capacity. juwi also provides various energy systems including photovoltaic, batteries or hybrid systems for diesel generators. It serves mining, cement, desalination, commercial and industrial, tourism, and agricultural customers across Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. juwi is headquartered in Worrstadt, Germany.


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