Muscat Electricity Distribution Company (MEDC), a member of the Nama Group, signed a contract worth more than OMR3 million at its head office at Airport Heights.
The contract was signed by Eng. Abdullah bin Saeed Al Badri, CEO, and the CEOs of the listed companies.
This step comes in line with the company’s continuous efforts to develop a safe and economical operation for its electrical network in the Governorate of Muscat, in line with the requirements of comprehensive development in the areas of urban, economic and industry development.
The first contract is to expand two transformer stations at Al Amerat Heights from a capacity of 2x20MVA to a capacity of 3x20MVA. The tender award value is OMR1.26 million. Dawood Consulting Engineering Company is the consultant for the project.
The second contract is for the expansion of three electrical plants with a capacity of 2x20MVA to a capacity of 3x20MVA; the tender award value is OMR1.76 million awarded to Bahwan Engineering Company and the consultant for the project is Retaj Consulting & Engineering Company.
The implementation of these projects will contribute to the efficiency of the electricity distribution network, and the expected increase in loads due to the steady population expansion in the areas covered by these stations. These contracts are part of the company’s work plan to support the electricity network in Muscat Governorate.
-Times of Oman