Emaar built substations for Saudi developments
Agreements cover two substations as well as temporary power supply.
Emaar Middle East has signed an agreement with the Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) to design and construct the power supply infrastructure for two Emaar developments in Saudi Arabia.
The subsidiary of Emaar Properties will work in conjunction with the SEC, which will ensure that the technical specifications are met, to built two substations for the Jeddah Gate and Al Khobar Lakes developments.
The agreement also covers the temporary provision of power before the substations have been erected.
"One of the critical components of an integrated community is power supply, and Emaar is taking a leadership role by managing power supply through the substations,” said Emaar’s Eng. Ahmad Al Kulli.
The SR6 billion Jeddah Gate is a mixed-use community spread over half a million square meters in Jeddah's new downtown, while Al Khobar Lakes is a luxury lakefront development.