The new BRSS website presents all information related to phase one of the eco-friendly project. The website also releases details concerning the partners involved in the development of BRSS as well as the project’s progress. Visitors can track the project’s development through the ‘Media Center’, which features the latest news and photos from the BRSS project.
Phoenix Group companies, Phoenix Machinery and Phoenix Energy, in collaboration with ASACO and Lebanese contractor Dallal Steel Industries and Derviche Haddad PPB Structures s.a.l., organized the first stage of the BRSS project.
For further information, visit the following link: http://www.brsslebanon.com/
About Beirut River Solar Snake (BRSS) Project
The first phase of the BRSS project commenced in Q1 2014, with the installation of one photovoltaic (PV) farm of 1 MW on the Beirut River. Phoenix – ASACO joint venture expects to complete phase one by end 2014. The PV grid is connected to and supports ‘Electricite du Liban’ (EDL) supply energy to the country. Lebanese Ministry of Energy and Water funded the project through the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC).
After the project completion, all cumulative revenues will be collected and used to prepare for the construction of additional solar plants of up to 10 MW, which will cover the entire Beirut River and provide electricity for 10,000 houses without any costs for EDL.
About Phoenix Group
Phoenix Group companies in Lebanon include Phoenix Machinery and Phoenix Energy. Phoenix headquarters, as well as both companies are located in Safra, Lebanon.
Phoenix Machinery manufactures hygiene and tissue converting machines, and CNC components and machined parts, as well as develops and integrates machinery automation, process automation and power distribution solutions.