Egypt’s Elsewedy Electric Wins $93MLN Power Upgrade Contract


Elsewedy Electric, leading wires and cables and integrated energy solution provider in Egypt has announced a consortium with Japan’s Toyota Tsusho. It has secured an EPC contract worth $93 million for upgradation of the electricity distribution network in the North Cairo region.


Scope of work for Elsewedy Electric includes engineering, procurement and installation of all the project components, as per the deal.


 To digitise the network it will also complete the installation of 500,000 smart meters, DMS, AMI and RTU in addition to the smart ring link panels and provide smart solutions.


This project will help in upgrading the electricity infrastructure in Egypt as well as cutting the electricity loss, theft and enhancing the quality of the network, Elsewedy Electric stated.


They will be implemented within 910 days on a turnkey basis, company informed.

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