Impressive Achievements and EPC Agreements Signed by Elsewedy Electric T&D

August 2020

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Impressive Achievements and EPC Agreements Signed by Elsewedy Electric T&D

Elsewedy Electric for Trading & Distribution continues its efforts inoffering complete turnkey solutions by signing several successful EPC contracts lately.

In order to enable efficient management of energy flow in Africa, we signed a new contract with the “SOCIETE NATIONALE D ELECTRICITE” (SNEL), in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to build a 220- 15/6.6 kV high voltage distribution substation in the city of Kasumbalesa, province of Haut – Katanga. The USD $38.6 million project is set to improve energy exchanges between the DRC and Zambia, increase the rate of electricity supply, and enable efficient management of the flow of energy exchanged between the electricity grid of Southern Africa (SAPP) and that of the DRC.

As we continue to deliver sustainable infrastructure with maximum efficiency, an EGP 423.3 Mn agreement was signed with Al-Mostakbal Urban Development for the construction of the electricity and telecommunications infrastructure for phase 3 on turnkey basis, implemented over a 22 months period.

Another agreement for two new substations was signed on turnkey basis, to build a (200/22/220 KV) substation in Al Lahoon, Faiyum with a value of EGP 209 Mn, over a 6-month period, and in Sadat city with a value of EGP 355.5 Mn, over a 14-months period. As a pioneer in the execution of high voltage transmission lines, another agreement was signed with the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) for Suez Gulf area S4 500KV overhead transmission lines with a total length of 20 km. The turnkey project is valued at EGP 119.8 Mn, to be delivered over a six-month period.

Lastly, upon the agreement with the Upper Egypt Electricity Distribution Company, Elsewedy Electric will implement a new external electricity network with in the Toshka area, Southern Egypt. The network will cover an area of 40,000 feddan, and will cost an estimated EGP 100 million, including consulting works, designs, supervision, implementation, and installations.