DEWA awards US$142m power station contracts
Dubai utility invests in servicing of power infrastructure.
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) said on Monday that it has awarded US$142million in contracts to expand its facilities.
It said in a statement that it has signed a long term agreement with Ansaldo Energia to supply spare parts and services for the Jebel Ali Power Station.
The deal is for a period of 10 years and the contract is worth at $122 million.
DEWA also inked two contracts with ABB Industries and Areva T&D ME for transmission system upgrades involving various substations. The total volume of the business with ABB will be around $19 million and $0,7 million with Areva T&D ME, the utility added.
Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer managing director and CEO of DEWA said: "DEWA dedicates a great importance to the networks of power transmission and the main substations which constitute the backbone of Dubai Electricity.
"DEWA will equip its facilities with the-state-of-the art technologies to further enhance their reliability and efficiency in order to serve Dubai's urban and economic expansion."