Supported by Egypt-PV, new plant to output 154 MW annually
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This will see the El Hay El Motamayez and Sadat transformer stations commence operations. This comes alongside three further stations located in the Tamiya area of Fayoum, in the north of Hurghada and at Awlad Saqr.
Company’s business volume exceeds EGP 500m this year
Meshaly expressed her appreciation for the honouring, adding that it would encourage workers’ sense of achievement in the sector.
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Requests to install coded meters will resume after curfew ends, says Hamza
Company will operate project on behalf of France’s EDF
The 2GW solar photovoltaic (PV) independent power producer (IPP) Al Dhafra project – to be located in Abu Dhabi – has received, from the first-ranked bidder, a tariff offer set at AED 4.97 fils per kWh ($1.35 cents per kWh), which is approximately 44% lower than tariff set three years ago for the 1.7GW Noor Abu Dhabi project, one of the world’s largest solar PV projects and a world record tariff-setter at the time.
Funds will go towards completing construction of Assiut’s Walidia 3 power station
El-Sayed added that several major electricity projects have been established to meet development projects’ needs of power in Sinai, the Red Sea, and Sharqeya
Despite the impact on global energy companies, many have stepped up to take part in efforts to combat the virus and contribute to initiatives. It has also seen the companies make donations and provide financial aid during the outbreak
Egypt’s clean energy production is up 24% in 2020, said Al-Khayyat
According to a statement issued by KarmSolar, the hospital construction costs EGP 13m and takes 15 days to be completed. The hospital’s capacity can reach 192 beds on 16 wards, with each ward having 12 beds. The hospital design considers the different stages of the coronavirus treatment protocol.
Private sector companies apply for launching 2.75GW power plants, says Khayat
A total of seven companies had been invited by the EETC to participate in the bidding process.
In exclusive statements to Daily News Egypt, El-Wakeel said that work on the project is currently proceeding remotely and through video conferencing.
Energean cuts its budget in Egypt by $140m
The 40km long Abu Al-Matamir – West Borg El-Arab recreational aerial line, which has a voltage of 220 kV, was also completed at an investment of EGP 35.2m. Additionally, the37.5km long, 220 kV El-Ameed/Borg El-Arab recreational circuits was completed at an investment cost of EGP 28.2m.
Out of which, 120,000 are Fawry PoS, the remaining 60,000 belong to other e-payment services including Masary, Aman, Bee, and several others.
A diagnostic technique, with the help of nuclear technology, is called Real-Time Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR).
Mohamed Saad, the company president, told Daily News Egypt that Shuaa will provide its employees with gloves, disinfectants, and wipes for use during their work, stressing that the company will not lay off workers since no bills can be issued with meter reading.
The sources pointed out that those representatives have limited their visits to all project sites since the government announced first cases of coronavirus about a month ago.
Subsidies in current fiscal year are EGP 33.5bn
Donations reached EGP 1.28bn, national authorities provide annual support of EGP 130m
Law allows government to adjust power prices and bear cost difference
The Italian Exhibition Group organising the event announced two new features in Ecomondo and Key Energy, in terms of structures and content, which will open up more business opportunities for companies.
Other companies that participated in the tender were El Sewedy, Infinity, Lightsource BP powered by Hassan Allam Utilities, Arab Organization for Industrialization, and others.
$20m from UNDP to support transportation projects in Egypt
The capacity of each plant should not exceed the maximum load of the consumer’s consumption during the fiscal year (FY) preceding the station’s commercial operation date.
Meetings held with companies providing freight services to discuss opinions