SEC awards SR1.8bn in contracts to raise power efficiency
- Saudi Arabia: Thursday, October 04 - 2012 at 08:45
Saudi Electricity Co (SEC) has awarded five contracts worth SR1.8bn for the construction of sub-stations and power transfer networks in different parts of the kingdom to be implemented in a 29-month period, Arab News has reported. Two contracts are related to the construction of two sub-stations at Amlaj and Makkah at a cost of SR409.5m and SR410.7m, respectively. The Amlaj project will be implemented in 29 months and the one in Makkah will be carried out in 27 months. The third contract is concerned with the construction of a sub-station in Laith, Makkah Province, at a cost of SR353m. The fourth contract is related to the connection of Qariyah independent power plant to the national grid at a cost of SR362m, while the fifth contract will connect Yanbu and Amlaj power plants at a cost amounting to SR316m, SEC said.
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