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Nesma Electric to build KAUST substation

SEC awards EPC contract for 110/13.8kV facility

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Salah Al-Sunaid, deputy general manager, Nesma Electric.
Salah Al-Sunaid, deputy general manager, Nesma Electric.

Saudi Arabia’s Nesma Electric has announced that it has been awarded an EPC substation contract from Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) valued at US $21.3 million. The deal will see the firm build a 110/13.8kV substation at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), that will be known as Kaust-2.

“We are committed and honoured to deliver the best services to our prestigious clients. At Nesma Electric, quality objective and business objectives are synonyms,” said Nesma Electric deputy general manager, Salah Al-Sunaid.

The new substation is reportedly on a fast-track construction schedule. The project is being financed by Saudi Aramco and supervised by SEC.
 

 

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