Publish on 05/08/2018
SEWA (Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority) signed a contract with EDF Ingeum concerning an assistance to the development of a 950 MWe CCPP (Combined Cycle Power Plant) project. The scope of services will include a review of the feasibilities studies, EPC and LTSA contracts. The project will be carried out by EDF team based in Paris during a six-month period and could be pursued by a contract for the supervision of the construction of this new power plant.
The EDF Group commissions its first renewable energy facility in the United Arab Emirates
Publish on 01/05/2018
On Monday 30th April 2018, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, accompanied by His Excellency Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), His Excellency Dr Sultan Al Jaber, Minister of State in the UAE Cabinet, CEO of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC Group) and Chairman of MASDAR, Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi, CEO of Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (MASDAR), and by Jean-Bernard Lévy, the EDF Group’s Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, in the presence of His Excellency Ludovic Pouille, French Ambassador to the UAE, and Bruno Bensasson, Group Executive Vice-President in charge of Renewables, inaugurated 200 MW of solar capacity in the Emirate of Dubai
SEC signs an agreement in collaboration with EDF for the rehabilitation of newly graduates
Publish on 11/02/2016
In the presence of Engineer Khalid Al-Falih, Minister of Energy and Industry and Mineral Resources, Saudi Electricity Company represented by Dr. Saleh Bin Hussein Al Awaji, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources for the electricity company's chairman, during the International Energy Forum place in Istanbul, signed an agreement for rehabilitation of recently recruited university staff, with EDF. This comes within the company's ambitious plans in the strategic shift accelerated program, which was launched by the company for more than two years.
Awaji said that this agreement aims to develop newly graduated employees to enable them to work in a global standard environment and give them the opportunity to face a variety of techniques to build a generation of engineers capable of handling all types of modern technologies in the electricity industry, Awaji added that this agreement aimed at staff in different disciplines in mechanical, industrial, electrical and chemical engineering, and others.
Jean-Bernard LEVY, CEO and Chairman of the EDF management, said that this agreement will strengthen cooperation in the field of training that currently exists between the Saudi Electricity Company and the EDF, in line with the desire of both countries to enhance cooperation in all fields.