The aim of this module is to provide young engineering professionals working for MSMEs and Industries in Egypt with the basic knowledge and engineering resources to utilize solar energy to save energy in different facilities, specifically focusing on photovoltaic (PV) systems. Engineers explore the design and use of PV systems, including technological components developed by the organizing institute(s), and examine approaches suitable for a wide variety of industries, applications, and geographic locations.
Eng. Abbas Rady
Eng. Abbas Rady obtained the degree of Bachelor of Communication Engineering from the faculty of Engineering, Cairo University in 1981. For several years, he worked as a project manager at Arab Renewable Energy Company (ARECO) which belong to Arab Organization for Industrialization (AOI). During this period, he was able to participate in designing and installing a lot of projects such as:
- Design and supervision the installation of off-grid and on-grid Solar Modules in multiple places.
- Installing the first solar farm 600 KW (500 KW fixed system and 100 KW double tracking system) in Egypt, Cairo – Suez desert road connected with the grid in 2010.
- Carrying out the economic feasibility studies for different projects to compare the cost of using traditional electricity and using solar modules electricity.
- Determining the technical specification of the production line to assemble solar modules with capacity of 52 M/year which was installed in 2015.
- Traveled to Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, Uganda and Eritrea during 2015 – 2017 to select the suitable sites for installing on grid solar farm of 16 MW, 4 MW in every country.
Now, Eng. Abbas Rady works as Solar Power Technical Consultant in Triple M-Construction Company.
B.Sc. in Communication Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt, 1981.