Latest in Tag: Siemens Highlight
Latest in Tag: Siemens
EETC, Siemens, and Hassan Allam Construction signed the contract, valued at EGP 838m on 8 December. The project is expected to be completed by end-2022.
The digital technology that will be provided by Siemens will ensure the safe and effective transport of vehicles through the tunnel.
The premises also encompasses the Egyptian German Technical Academy (EGT Academy) as state-of-the-art training hub for the vocational training in the region. Specifically, the Academy represents a strategic alliance between Siemens and the Deutsche GesellschaftfürInternationaleZusammenarbeit (GIZ)-on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
German giant to provide maintenance of three gas turbines at ETHYDCO industrial complex
Reducing unplanned downtime and increasing operational workflow is critical in achieving production targets, says El-Shafei
Company has committed to three 14.4GW power plants in Egypt, at a total cost of €6bn, among other projects
The company will do so by providing medical facilities, equipment, and supplies, in addition to the donation of Siemens mobile X-ray and ultrasound devices to Egypt’s Ministry of Health.
Gamea pointed out that the MoU aims to benefit from the company’s expertise in the fields of industrial zones development, automation, and digital operation in factories, education, training, energy conservation, industrial safety solutions, and environmental protection.
The technology needed to extract gas from under the Mediterranean, as well as the process, and transportation, is well established. But given the constraints that “lower for longer” oil and gas price forecasts have on energy companies, and the urgent need to tackle the challenges of climate change and massively reduce CO2 and other emissions, the industry is increasingly turning to technology that lowers lifecycle costs, optimises output, and protects the planet.
Company is seeking to replace a site it acquired due to wind speeds
German company to build 500MW wind farms in Egypt, Japanese institutions to finance the first phase
Three companies were competing for the project, including Vestas, Siemens Gamesa, and Senvion.
Wael Omar, senior vice president of digital industries at Siemens Egypt, said that German experts conducted a study on four industrial zones in Egypt. The industrial zones hold 12 factories divided into three small, medium, and large enterprises, and was classified on the basis of sales volume, production, and employment.
Noteworthy, Orascom Construction added 12GW of power capacity as an EPC contractor to Egypt’s national grid in the past four years.
Siemens, General Electric, and Mitsubishi are competing on supplying the units, says sources
Talks with Egyptian, international companies to implement integrated system of electricity meters: Sources
Project aims to use solar energy to face electricity shortages
Selecting between El Sewedy, Orascom to participate in product launch: Sources
Siemens has signed an agreement with the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) to supply the country’s first digital power transformer, Sensformer, according to a press statement on Monday
Company to sell production at 3.2-3.4 piasters per kw/h
Government sources told Daily News Egypt that the ministerial committee, formed in accordance with the decision of the prime minister no 605 for 2019, received the purchase offers from Blackstone and Edra Power on Monday.
MoU aims to improve Egyptian industry’s competitiveness
DTA solution supports industrial companies to increase asset reliability, availability, while reducing cost
This paves way for Egypt-Sudan electric interconnection project
Egyptian Minister of Trade and Industry, Amr Nassar, met Siemens delegates headed by Emad Ghaly, CEO of Siemens Egypt, to follow-up on the implementation of memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed by ministries of industry and trade, education, and technical education and training with the Siemens Company. This is in order to improve the competitiveness of …
German company negotiating with Toyota-Orascom, ElSewedy-Marubeni alliances to take part in inauguration of stations
Performance, operating tests to start in January, launch current March 2019: sources
JICA funds $104m into project: Aref
Egypt plans to generate 20% of its energy from renewable resources by 2022
German industrial giant Siemens has signed an informal deal to supply electricity to Iraq. There was a similar deal for US competitor General Electric, reportedly after intervention from the White House.Siemens and the Iraqi government said on Sunday that they had signed a memorandum of understanding on plans to supply electricity to the country. The …