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ABB scores Saudi grid deals worth $120m

Power firm set to supply SEC with transformers to boost capacity

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The deals will see ABB supply and install equipment to help boost Saudi grid capacity. (GETTY IMAGES)
The deals will see ABB supply and install equipment to help boost Saudi grid capacity. (GETTY IMAGES)

ABB has announced that it has received orders worth around US $120 million from Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) that will see the firm supply transformers to help boost grid capacity. Under the deal, the power firm will design, manufacture, supply and install transformers rated at 67- and 100- megavolt ampere (MVA), at locations across the country.

“Saudi Arabia remains a key market for ABB and we are delighted to continue supporting the country in its efforts to strengthen its power infrastructure. ABB transformers are designed to maximise availability while ensuring reliability and optimising efficiency. Our ongoing commitment to technical innovation combined with our vast global installed base and local market focus enables us to serve our customers with best-in-class solutions,” said Bernhard Jucker, head of ABB’s Power Products division.

ABB says that its transformers are capable of handling the thermal and mechanical stresses caused by severe climatic conditions, high altitudes, cyclical loads and short circuit forces.
 

 

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