Two requires expressions of curiosity from consultants have come out for the ultimate research of an electrical energy connection challenge between Egypt and Greece to ship inexperienced power.

The so-called GREGY challenge is managed by Elica SA, a subsidiary of Greek infrastructure investor Copelouzos Group. Upon completion, a 3 GW HVDC connection between the 2 nations will transmit 100% inexperienced power.

The first tender is said to desktop research for the conclusion of an optimum submarine cable route and touchdown factors in each nations. The second tender is for an evaluation of the power market, technical evaluation, research to calculate the advantages indicators, and cost-benefit evaluation of the challenge.

Consultants are requested to submit expressions of curiosity to Elica by May 31.

The GREGY challenge was included within the checklist of the primary Projects of Common Interest (PCI)/Projects of Mutual Interest (PMI) within the European Union, which was revealed earlier this month. This qualifies the challenge for simplified authorization procedures, regulatory assist, and EU funding, because it meets the targets of the EU’s Green Deal.

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