Centamin Sukari Gold Mine in Egypt

We are pleased to announce that, after a successful trial, Centamin (LSE listed) has signed an agreement to adopt VoltVision’s ViViD Power Monitoring Platform at their Sukari Gold Mine in Egypt.

We are excited to be able to support the team at Sukari on their journey to becoming more sustainable, by working with their engineering teams to maximise power efficiencies and reduce emissions.

Sukari is located in the Nubian Desert near the Red Sea and is Centamin’s flagship asset, the largest mine in Egypt, and one of the world’s largest producing mines. Since production began in 2009, the mine has produced over five million ounces of gold and is expected to continue producing until 2035. VoltVision will digitise Sukari’s entire power network, without the need for equipment replacement or major shutdowns. The project will include Sukari’s underground operations, process plant and power generation units, comprised of their newly installed 36MW solar park and 50MW heavy-fuel operated power generators.

More specifically VoltVision will:

・Enable the engineering teams to accurately monitor and analyse their power in real time
・Supply high resolution data to the Power Management System improving its ability to manage the relationship between Solar PV vs HFO
・Automate a data driven, real time, reporting capability for engineering, finance and ESG teams at site and HQ.

VoltVision’s solutions will help support Centamin achieve their interim climate target of reducing their operational Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions by 30% by 2030 (from 2021 base-year).

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