Simply stated, we need energy to sustain our lives, from switching on our coffee makers in the morning to driving home from work at night and with our ever-increasing population this energy demand will grow. Moreover, we need even more energy in order to develop our nation economically. The positive correlation between energy consumption and economic development can be attributed to the energy used to manufacture more products, provide services, and all of the other aspects that increase a nation’s economy.


Utility scale PV EPC

SunInfinite leverages its teams’ extensive experiences in solar energy and construction projects to deliver outstanding engineering designs, procurement and logistics activities, and construction projects to local and international customers.

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LORD Group 2MW PV plant

15 Feb 2016- Lord Group has signed an agreement with SunInfinite for the design and execution of its 2MW PV plant in its main Headquarters facility in Alexandria. The plant is targeting full operation by early 2017.

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Wacker locks in earnings expectations on back of strong Q2

Friday, 29 July 2016 16:14

Wacker Chemie expects EBITA to come in at the upper of its forecast in 2016, as higher Q2 sales trigger increased revenues on a YoY basis.

Istanbul’s energy paradox: shortages but no embrace of PV

Friday, 29 July 2016 11:15

Turkey’s largest city, with a population about 14 million people, could face an acute electricity shortage, confirms the Turkish energy minister. However, paradoxically, Turkey’s energy ministry has not made plans for a solar rollout. Instead, it continues to rely on coal.

Kyocera Applied Ceramics division hit by declining Japanese demand

Friday, 29 July 2016 10:44

Profits from the Kyocera business unit that includes its solar operations have slumped more than 50% in Q2, as a result of softening demand from the Japanese market. The company booked revenues of JPY45.6 billion ($440 million) in Q2 2016 from Applied Ceramics, a decrease of 13.2% QoQ.

SolarWorld Q2 shipments, revenues rise, as legal troubles mount

Friday, 29 July 2016 09:59

SolarWorld has increased its Q2 2016 shipments 39% YoY, to 342 MW, in 2016. Revenues increased almost 30% for the quarter, to €222 million ($246 million), while achieving an EBIT profit of €20.5 ($22.7 million) million.