Egyptian government negotiating with Schneider Electric and Seven Seas Water on desalination plants

Khaled Kamel, vice president of energy and export at Schneider Electric’s Egypt and North East Africa office, told Daily News Egypt that the proposed desalination plants will be implemented over several stages, starting with a capacity of 300 cubic metres of water per day. He added that Seven Seas will secure the required funding for the projects and sell the desalinated water to the government for 20 years. Kamel added that the American company offered to sell desalinated water at EGP 17 per cubic metre, but the government asserted that the maximum acceptable rate is EGP 5. The two [
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Egyptian government negotiating with Schneider Electric and Seven Seas Water on desalination plants2018-03-22T18:47:29+01:00

Egyptian government seeks to use its surplus electricity production in the construction and operation of new desalination plants

The Egyptian government seeks to use its surplus electricity production in the construction and operation of new desalination plants to bridge the potential water gap in Egypt. Government sources said that Egypt surplus electricity production currently stands at 6,000 MW per day, and will increase to 10,000 MW in the summer, benefiting from the added capacities from Siemens new power plants in the New Administrative Capital, Brulus, and Beni Suef. The sources added that the government is currently in talks with five international companies, including Schneider Electric and Siemens AG, to establish desalination plants in cooperation with the [
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Egyptian government seeks to use its surplus electricity production in the construction and operation of new desalination plants2018-01-29T08:03:27+01:00
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