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KSB to establish west Cairo, Al-Walidiyah pumps for EGP 652m

The Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) has contracted with the German KSB Company to establish pumps for two power plants in west Cairo and Al-Walidiyah in Assiut, at a cost of EGP 652m. Gaber El Desouky, head of EEHC, said that the total contract value for the west Cairo power plant pumps includes a foreign …

Daily News Egypt

Hassan Allam implements services and facilities of solar energy projects in Aswan

Hassan Allam Construction began implementation of services and facilities management functions for solar energy projects in Benban, Aswan after the completion of a formal contract. The heads of solar energy companies in Benban said that Hassan Allam Construction will take over management of services for the projects, after the selection of the company by all …

Mohamed Farag

‘Renewable Energy’: Lightening the path to future

The Maulana Azad Centre for Indian Culture of the Embassy of India in Cairo organised the 15th edition of MACIC Roundtable, a monthly seminar series involving youth, academics, culture lovers, and civil society on issues of mutual interest to India and Egypt. The primary focus of the roundtable was to discuss, analyse, and share the …

Daily News Egypt

XD EGMAC completes 7 transformer substations in 2 months

XD EGMAC Company is set to complete building seven transformer substations within two months at a cost of EGP 650m. XD EGEMAC’s CEO, Medhat Ramadan, told Daily News Egypt that the company is implementing stations of 220/66/22 and 220/11/66 kV in Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada, South Tanta, Maasara, Ebny Beitak, Zizinia, and Nargis. He added …

Mohamed Farag

Egypt’s parallel electric grid to be ready in January

The companies executing the parallel electrical grid will complete the linking of Beni Suef’s power lines to the Aswan High Dam in January 2018, at a cost of up to EGP 5.5bn. Sources from the Ministry of Electricity said that the implementation rate of the Beni Suef – Assiut line, which has 503 electrical towers, …

Mohamed Farag

Egypt’s energy future between reality and fantasies

Egypt is the second largest producer of natural gas in Africa after Algeria, yet Egypt’s power generation infrastructure is dependent on natural gas. More than 75% of the electricity generated in Egypt comes from natural gas plants. Egypt currently produces about 3.9bn cubic feet of gas per day and imports another 1-1.1bn cubic feet per …

Mohamed Samir