MENA Project Tracker: SEC extends date for bids submission for KSA-Jordan power network
RIYADH: The Saudi Electricity Co. has prolonged the deadline for submission of contracts for the development of the network linking Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Moreover, China’s Midea Group and air con technology firm Taqeef are set to launch recent smart cooling technology within the Middle East and North Africa region. The Saudi Power Procurement Co. has pushed the deadline for a significant independent power project within the Kingdom. Meanwhile, UAE’s G42 Cloud and America’s Kyndryl are set to facilitate cloud adoption within the Middle East.
· The Saudi Electricity Co. has prolonged the deadline for the contract to construct the electricity interconnection network linking Saudi Arabia and Jordan, MEED reported. Submission dates for the contract have been pushed two months to the top of July, from the top of May previously.
· Chinese electrical appliance manufacturer Midea Group and leading air con technology firm within the UAE, Taqeef, are collaborating to launch a recent smart cooling technology to cater to the MENA region’s multifaceted infrastructure, Trade Arabia reported. Such an answer is anticipated to assist owners and developers address resource efficiency in an attempt to cut back carbon emissions consistent with net-zero goals.
· Saudi Power Procurement Co., or SPPC, has pushed the deadline for bidders to submit contracts to construct the three,600 MW Taiba independent power project, MEED reported. The tender closing date for the contract has been prolonged by 4 months to October. SPPC is contemplating the mixing of decarbonizing measures to the gas-fired power generation plant, based on industry sources.
· UAE-based artificial intelligence and cloud computing provider G42 Cloud has sealed a cope with American multinational information technology infrastructure services provider Kyndryl to speed up the adoption of cloud within the UAE and the Middle East as an entire, Trade Arabia reported. While G42 is anticipated to administer the region’s cloud computing infrastructure, Kyndryl is anticipated to supply holistic and revolutionary solutions to businesses.