GE: Enter three service switching stations in Baghdad in the coming weeks

2019/7/10 9:25


(MENAFN - Bahrain Times) - Middle East Electric Network Solutions (GE) Middle East Business Solutions (MEP) Middle East Business Solutions (MEA) Business Solutions Division (MEA) Middle East Business Solutions (MEA) CEO Mohamed Moheisen said Wednesday that three switching stations will be available in the coming weeks.
Moheisen said in a press statement that "the three stations areSalman Pak, municipalities and Amari in Baghdad," noting that "these substations will work to break the bottlenecks occurring around the capital, and the transfer of energy from production stations, especially Basmaya station developed to the citizens and this work with the continuous cadres The Ministry of Electricity and under the guidance of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.
He added that "the introduction of these stations is part of the company's commitment to support Iraq in the rehabilitation of electrical power infrastructure, and rely on the development of projects to provide the best technology and expertise needed in all joints of the project."
"The company has already opened a plant north-west of Baghdad transformational, and included the scope of the work of" GE "for the project of gas-isolated transformatory plant capacity of 400/132/11 kV both design, equipment manufacturing, site delivery, installation and testing and commissioning, "He said, adding that" the supervision of Iraqi engineers from the company, "General Electric", in cooperation with Iraqi contractors to build the project and installation and testing and provide commissioning services.
He added that "this plant can feed its 132 kV transformer in Kadhimiya, Shaabla and Sabiyat, as well as five other substations to be developed in the future. The station will also help connect the electricity from Basmaa power plant, And mobile gas stations to the national grid "