Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) and GE, in a statement, have stressed on the importance of their long-standing partnership for both the companies.
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, DEWA, has announced that it awarded contracts to construct four 400/132kV substations, which is valued at $348 million (AED1.28 billion).
Abu Dhabi and Singapore have signed nine Memorandum of Understanding, MoUs, in power and water sector, to facilitate development of joint projects in knowledge sharing, joint research and technology transfer in power and water sectors.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has awarded the AED 1.1 billion contract for the construction of the 4th phase of H-Station at Al Aweer to a consortium comprising Siemens and ELSEWEDY Power, according to the Dubai Media Office.
The Middle East and North Africa region will need investments of approximately $180 billion to add a 7.4 percent power capacity annually until 2021, which corresponds to additions of more than 130GW.
The SEC, Schneider Electric partnership aims to reduce energy usage and improve safety, reliability, connectivity, and efficiency within KSA.
The connection will help reduce the load of oscillations and will boost the two countries’ reliance on renewable energy.
The commitment to move forward with energy efficient technologies was made during the UAE-US Strategic Energy Dialogue held in Abu Dhabi.
Alba said the addition of the fourth block of GE 9HA gas turbine technology at PS 5 will further increase the power efficiency and output of the station.
Bahrain and Oman generate 27.8 TWh and 29.6 TWh of energy per year. Bitcoin, however, generates the most of them all – with a 30.25 TWh reading per year.