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Siemens wins $34m Dewa substation contract

Dubai, March 13, 2012

Siemens Energy has been awarded a contract worth 26 million euros ($34.2 million) by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) to build a turnkey 132 kV/33 kV high voltage substation.

The contract covers switchgear, power transformer, shunt reactors and a monitoring system.

The substation will be built in Mushrif, Dubai that will replace existing Dewa infrastructure and provide electricity to strategic customers including the Dubai Royal Air Wing terminal and major shopping malls in the area.

“We have the necessary know-how and project experience for creating turnkey high-voltage installations. Depending on the project specifications we take on responsibility for the whole project; from planning, erection to commissioning and handover to the customer,” said Wolfgang Braun, head of Power Transmission Middle East at Siemens.

The turnkey project will include a 132 kV gas insulated switchgear, the 8DN8 Enhanced, which is one of the most compact solutions currently available in the high voltage range.

The project, which will be completed over a year and a half, also includes a 132/33 kV 75 MVA power transformer, four 40 MVAr shunt reactors, complete balance of plant equipment, civil design and construction works.

Siemens is looking back at more than 20 years of collaboration with Dewa, with the first gas insulated switchgear delivered in 1991. – TradeArabia News Service




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