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German company Siemens is set to add 800 MW of electricity to the national grid through the Borollos and New Administrative Capital power plants within 10 days. A source at the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) said that Siemens is running the tests for the production units of the New Administrative Capital plant to produce …
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The German company Siemens will conduct test runs on four electricity production units at the Beni Suef power station next week. The Upper Egypt Electricity Production Company’s CEO, Ibrahim El Shahat, said that the German company will begin a second round of tests next week, testing four production units with a capacity of 1,600 MW. …
The German company will add 1,600 MW to the national grid within 10 days, say sources
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Osama Dawood, executive director of Siemens Fire Alarm Systems in Egypt, said that the company realised business worth €20m in 2016. He added that Cairo ICT 2016 is one of the most important specialised technological exhibitions in Egypt and the region, and “is an excellent platform from which we review a number of innovative scientific …
The company will also provide a service package that includes spare parts supply and on-site maintenance
German company Siemens is set to start the trial operations of Borollos power plant on Tuesday. A source at the Ministry of Electricity said that the ministry will provide Siemens with the electric capacity to run and test the plant by connecting it with Abu Qir power plant at a capacity of 500 KV to …
In June, Siemens signed agreements worth €8bn for high-efficiency natural gas-fired power plants, wind power installations, says CEO of Siemens Egypt
The Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy agreed with Siemens to run two electricity production units in the Beni Suef power plant, with a capacity of 800 megawatts, by November. An official at the ministry said that gas supply lines to the Beni Suef power plant have been successfully linked to the grid. Moreover, six …
The German engineering giant will be engaging in funding and building infrastructure projects worth billions of euros, saying the new government of Mauricio Macri is serious about reforming Argentina’s economy.
Siemens will launch the SICEMENT Electrification system tailored to provide the energy requirements of industrial cement plants and achieve mechanisation in manufacturing operations. The new system is scheduled to be launched on 18 August during the “Bringing Power to Cement Industry” forum in Cairo. Egypt is one of the major cement producing and consuming countries …
The New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) received five new offers from international banks to finance the first phase of the wind plant implemented by the German company Siemens, with a capacity of 2,000 MW and investments of €2bn. An official at the authority said that the new offers were sent to the Central Bank …
NEM to deliver 24 HRSGs to power plants in Beni Suef, Burullus, New Administrative Capital
German company Siemens has maintained and upgraded a number of production units for the Ministry of Electricity worth €350m. An official at the Ministry of Electricity said that it had signed a contract with Siemens to maintain and upgrade a number of electricity production units in Nubaria, Talkha, Kureimat, Ayoun Moussa, and Sidi Kreir, …
Mitsubishi announces the establishment of a regional headquarters in Egypt to meet growing demand in Africa
Siemens will set up next47 as a separate unit for startups to foster ideas and accelerate development of new technologies
Spanish renewable energy group Gamesa has agreed combine its wind power business with those of Germany’s Siemens in a deal that will create one of the world’s largest makers of wind turbines.
The three projects require 66m cubic metres of gas per day to run at full capacity in 2018, says EEHC chairperson
Siemens targets sales of €85bn this year in three fields
German industrial giant saw its net profit fall between January and March – but only because of large one-time gains in the previous year. Its underlying profit jumped by nearly a third, and its order books are full.
Siemens will construct a desalination station and a €70m turbine blade factory in Ain Sokhna, says Amin
Siemens is ready to educate employees who will later be involved in Egyptian power plant operations, says labour director
The routes are expected to be operational by 2020
German engineering giant Siemens has announced it’ll have to cut thousands of jobs in a realignment program. But it added it would start a huge hiring initiative as of next year to reflect the firm’s new structure.
Siemens will also establish a factory for the production of wind turbine blades with self-financed investments of €100m