Indian firm wins Abu Dhabi power transmission deal
KEC International also inks contract in Algeria
India’s EPC provider KEC International has won two power transmission projects in Abu Dhabi and India, worth a combined US$132 million.
In the UAE, KEC will execute a project of modification and reallocation on existing lines with design and supply of Emergency Line Restoration System (ERS) in Ruwais & Shuweihat for Abu Dhabi Transport Authority/Ghantoot Transport & Gen. Cont. Est. This project is to be completed within 12 months.
“In Abu Dhabi we are diversifying our client base and we will perform our first International ERS (Emergency Line Restoration System) project,” said Ramesh Chandak, MD and CEO, KEC International.
In Algeria, for CEEG Spa, KEC will undertake five turnkey projects of 400kV, 200kV and 60kV covering both single and double circuit transmission line. The total length of these five projects is 858 km and the completion period ranges from 12 to 18 months.