The Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) has signed a contract with Elmako Pty Ltd and El Sewedy Electric to add 101 power transformers worth EGP 656m.
Sabah Mashaly, EETC’s chairperson, said they have contracted Elmako Pty Ltd to add 50 transformers. The contract includes the supply and supervision of installation and testing for about 50 (66/22-11 kV) transformer with a capacity of 40 MVA for transformer stations of the regions of Cairo, Alexandria, West Delta, Canal, Delta, Upper Egypt, and Central Egypt.
Mashaly added that the total cost of the contract amounts to EGP 325m, financed from the credits of the projects of high voltage and ultra-high voltage transformer stations in target electricity scopes in the budget of the fiscal year (2019-2020). The duration of the supply is up to five months from the date of signing the contract.
She added that a contract was signed with El Sewedy Electric to supply and supervise the installation and testing of 51 transformers with a voltage of 66/22-11 KV, with a capacity of 40 MVA.
She explained that the total cost of the contract amounted to about EGP 331m to be financed from the appropriations of the various electricity zones in the budget of the fiscal year (2019-2020), while the duration of the supply is up to about five months from the date of signing the contract.
She explained that the contract includes the supply and installation of six transformers with capacity of 175 MVA of 220/66/11 kV for the substations of Kafr El-Sheikh 500 kV and Zezenia 220 kV as an additional order on the contract signed earlier.
The total cost of the contract is EGP 20m to be financed by the EETC, with an implementation period of up to eight months from the date of notification of acceptance.