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Siemens strengthens Egypt’s grid with two new substations in the Delta

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

Fast-track installation and erection time of less than 15 months. Featuring one of the country’s largest turnkey substations ever supplied. Substations will transmit electricity from the Burullus plant, supplying 15 million Egyptians with electricity. In a new move aimed at improving the resilience of Egypt’s power grid, Siemens today announced the completion of the two […]

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GE’s new Badr substation in Egypt connects 1.5 GW to the grid

Posted: November 4, 2017 at 7:55 pm   /   Electricity & Power

The Badr substation will play a strategic role in the future Egypt-Saudi Arabia Interconnection Project. The Badr substation will connect the upcoming Egypt – Saudi Arabia Interconnection Project, helping to deliver electricity to over 1 million homes. The new substation will secure power supply with minimum loss of transferred power. GE will also provide local […]

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GE secures financial closure to build four substations connecting 7 GW to Egypt's national power grid

Posted: September 13, 2017 at 12:32 pm   /   Electricity & Power

The four substations will connect 6.5 million homes to the national grid. General Electric announced that it has reached financial closure for the contract worth approximately $250m signed with the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC), according to press statement on Monday. The statement said that the project is financed by Deutsche Bank AG and HSBC […]

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Siemens to strengthen Egypt’s national grid with two new substations in the Delta region

Posted: August 15, 2017 at 9:54 pm   /   Electricity & Power

In a new move aimed at improving the resilience of Egypt’s power grid, the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) has awarded Siemens a contract for the construction of two substations. These will be used to transmit electricity from the Burullus power plant, set to become the world’s largest combined cycle station, to the population. When […]

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