SMEs movement towards Africa is essential for upcoming period
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A total of 332 small power plants were connected to the national grid, outputting 23.5MW
Three companies were competing for the project, including Vestas, Siemens Gamesa, and Senvion.
Two contracts to be awarded before the end of 2019, company signed contract with Petrojet
Negotiations with DP World to develop 40 sqkm in Ain Sokhna
Agreement includes competition in the Middle East and Africa with Egyptian products
The list includes Orascom, El Sewedy, Infinity, Ibn Omairah, and Light Source, companies to submit bids on 16 October
Both sides in negotiation to launch renewable energy projects with 500MW capacity
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.
Participants expect further expansions, investments in new projects, forecast drop in electricity prices
A hundred companies contributed to project with total investments of $2bn, to output 1.4GW of solar energy
The topic of the management and sustainable exploitation of wastewater, at urban and industrial levels, has a high profile at Ecomondo (5-8 November, Rimini Expo Centre), the Italian Exhibition Group’s platform for the circular and green economy in Italy and Europe.
New tariff set at EGP 3.5 per kW for electricity, EGP 25 per tonne for water
Three companies, including Belectric, NARI Group Corporation, and Vikram Solar, technically qualified and two companies were excluded, one for technical reasons and the other withdrew.
“We seek to implement Sahara Transformation Initiative to produce 10GW,” says Shonibare
EGP 1.7bn investments in development plan of northwest coast of Suez Canal
Maximum value paid by importer for each container EGP 40,000 to conduct all tests
Cairo continues its serious efforts to free Middle East from nuclear weapons: Shaker
Remaining sums most likely to be paid on instalments, according to industry sources
Waste Management Regulatory Authority issues licenses to practice activity, provides information to investors
90% increase in revenues by end of FY 2018/19
Chairperson of the company, Ahmed Tawfik, said that Saint-Gobain Egypt Glass has the largest flat glass production line in the Middle East and Africa. The mirror factory is the first of its kind with high technology and uses environmentally-friendly components which enhances the company’s success.
Mashaly added that the plant is to be built within 12 months from the contract date.
The Chinese proposals include innovative solutions in the fields of communications and information technology to build a strong, flexible, and safe electricity grid, Shaker said.
EgyptERA asked EBRD’s support to review controls of IPP system
Company hosted top-performing secondary school students to see production lines of electricity panels
Programme involves redistributing workers to companies, increasing private sector participation
Offers are being evaluated, winning company to be announced next month
Allocated financing to be used in solar heating and electric motors
Dues on water companies reached EGP 9bn until 30 June, says Raslan