Ducab Group Supplies Renewable Energy Solutions For Egypt’s Gulf of Suez Project

alternative alternative energy clouds eco energy
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

Ducab Group, one of the most important industrial manufacturing companies of UAE, is supplying 633 kilometers of medium voltage as well as earthing cables to an Egyptian 70-turbine wind farm. This move strengthens the strong industrial partnership between Egypt and the UAE.


The Gulf of Suez Project, which the New and Renewable Energy Authority of Egypt is implementing, will be a crucial part of Egypt’s commitment to produce 42% of its electricity from renewable energy sources by 2035 and reduce around 600,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide annually.


This project is the first to be built in Egypt at a utility-scale. It will generate 250MW of energy from the 70 turbines that are being installed on an area of 57 km2.


Ducab has partnered up with an EPC contractor and supplier, Vestas for the 70 wind turbines.


Mohammed Almutawa, Group CEO of Ducab said that “we are committed to supporting nations to achieve their sustainability ambitions, and our solutions are highly in demand for solar or wind power projects throughout the world.”

Also Read  Eni And ADNOC Sign Agreement To Strengthen Cooperation In Clean Energy And Sustainability Sectors

“Ducab supplies solutions for landmark renewable energy infrastructures in 55 countries. But we are proud of the fact that there is a significant increase in demand for our expertise, knowledge, and quality solutions as more countries like Egypt decarbonize, and transition to renewables.”

Ducab provided solutions for many landmark renewable energy projects in the Middle East, including the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park as well as Shams 1 project.

In addition to initiating renewable energy projects in 55 countries, the company also announced in April its first partnership with Mexico for a solar park.

Ducab, an Emirati brand is proud to be aligned to Operation 300bn, the UAE’s national strategy for increasing the contribution of the industrial sector to GDP, from US 36.23 to US 81.74 billion by the year 2031.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.