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Schneider Electric signs MoU for Electricity Distribution in Iraq

Iraqi Ministry of Electricity, Schneider Electric sign MoU to upgrade of 33/11kV Electricity Distribution Network in Iraq This is a part of the French government's efforts to rebuild Iraq and upgrade its electricity distribution network Emrah Tekdemir: The experience of Schneider Electric in energy efficiency helped our engineers gain great experience to train their peers […]

Schneider to Build Dhi Qar Power Plant

By John Lee. French company Schneider Electric has won a contract to build a power plant in Iraq. The 64MW plant will be built in the Nasir district in northern Dhi Qar province, near the stadium in the area. Schneider employs more than 140,000 people in over 100 countries. Last year revenues were $32bn. (Source: […]

Schneider Wins $74m Sub-Station Contract

By John Lee. Iraq's Minister for Electricity has signed a $74-million contract with France’s Schneider Electric to install 20 electricity substations in four southern provinces. Ministry’s spokesperson Musaab al-Mudares said: “There will be seven substations in Basra, six in Thi-Qar, four in Missan and three in Muthanna. “The new stations will contribute in stabilizing the […]

France Wins $52m Power Distribution Contract in Basra

Iraq signed deals worth $52 million with France's Schneider Electric and Areva to build 15 power distribution stations in the southern oil hub of Basra, the province's deputy governor, Ahmed Hameed, said on Sunday. Schneider Electric, has won a $29 million contract to build eight distribution stations, while Areva was awarded a $23 million deal […]

France's Schneider Wins Basra Power Contract

Basra's Governor, Shaltagh Aboud, signed a contract with France’s Schneider Electric on Tuesday, to build 8 power plants in the province at a reported cost of $29 million. “The projects will be implemented in cooperation with an Iraqi partner in various areas in Basra,” a media source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency. (Source: Aswat al-Iraq) […]