The Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company has signed with Alexandria Engineering Works and TBEA ZONFA a contract to construct a Mansourieh transformer station, voltage (66/11 KV), capacity (4 x 40 MVA), with non-gas insulated type (GIS) missions. Including the supply of main transformers, with a turnkey system, to secure the electrical supply for the huge development work that is taking place in the Grand Egyptian Museum area, at a cost of about 121 million Egyptian pounds.
The Ministry of Electricity stated – in a statement today, Tuesday – that the funding will be provided by the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company, with an implementation period of about 10 months, indicating that these works confirm the directives of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi to strengthen the electrical network in the various governorates of Egypt, and within the framework of the huge efforts. That the electricity and renewable energy sector is making to develop electricity transmission networks in the governorates, as part of the plan to raise the quality of the electrical supply provided at the level of the Republic, while taking all precautionary measures to confront the emerging Corona virus.
The article “The Egyptian Electricity Transmission” signs a contract to construct the Mansouriya transformer station at a cost of 121 million pounds, which was written in the Al-Borsa newspaper.