Tosyali Algeria aims to manufacture green steel through a photovoltaic power plant

Tosyali Algeria will equip its steel complex, located in Bethioua (Oran), with a photovoltaic power plant.

Indeed, Alp Topcuoglu, a member of the Board of Directors of Tosyali Algeria, accompanied by his adviser Hamid Gasmi, were received by the Minister of Energy Transition and Renewable Energies, Mr Benattou Ziane.

The latter expressed his availability to support the project of the Tosyali Algeria group for the construction of a photovoltaic power plant to supply his factory with electricity, a press release from the ministry said on April 19.

This hearing was part of the development of renewable energies in the steel complex of Bethioua (Oran) and, more specifically, the implementation of a photovoltaic power plant installed on the roof of the factory hangars.

“Leader in the steel industry in Algeria, with 1 billion dollars in turnover, Tosyali Algérie aims to become one of the main producers of green steel in the world”, added the press release.

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