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Egypt to build world’s biggest, most advanced clean-coal power plant

Posted: October 20, 2018 at 2:11 pm   /   Electricity & Power

As ports go, even sailors could struggle to find Hamrawein on the map. This town on the Red Sea, 600 kilometres south-east of Cairo is dwarfed by other harbours on the route to Suez, but all that will change over the next six years as Egypt builds the world’s largest clean-coal plant. A Chinese conglomerate […]

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Chinese consortium wins contract for Hamrawein coal-fired plant

Posted: June 26, 2018 at 2:20 pm   /   Electricity & Power

The Chinese alliance offered the lowest price of $4.4 billion to execute the project. State-run Egyptian Electricity Holding Company announced that a consortium of China’s Shanghai Electric and Dongfang Electric Cooperation, and Egypt’s Hassan Allam Construction has officially won the establishment of a 6,000-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Hamrawein, the Red Sea. The Chinese alliance […]

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Five conglomerates bidding on $8 bn Hamrawein clean coal plant today

Posted: April 30, 2017 at 1:34 pm   /   Electricity & Power

Five conglomerates are expected to bid on the USD 8 billion Hamrawein clean coal power plant tender, which the Electricity Ministry will issue today following multiple delays, Al Mal reports. Expected bids will be from Shanghai Electric and Dongfang Electric Corporation, in addition to consortiums formed between Harbin and General Electric; Mitsubishi and Hitachi; and […]

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Egypt approves Chinese coal-fired power plant proposals

Posted: January 10, 2016 at 7:49 pm   /   Electricity & Power

Egypt’s cabinet has approved two conditional contracts with Chinese firms to produce electricity from coal-fired plants with a total capacity of over 4000 megawatts, Electricity Minister Mohamed Shaker said. China’s Dongfang Electric Corporation plans to build a plant with a capacity of 1,980 megawatts while Shanghi Electric submitted an offer to construct four plants with […]

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