CG Power and Industrial Solutions Ltd has bagged a contract valued at 12.5 million euros (about Rs 96 crore) for high-voltage substations that will connect the Dumat Al Jandal wind farm to the Saudi Arabian electricity transmission grid.
With an installed capacity of 400 megawatt, Dumat Al Jandal will be Saudi Arabia’s first large-scale onshore wind farm and the largest so far in the Middle East.
The wind farm is being developed by a consortium of EDF Renewables and Masdar that will supply power to the Saudi Power Procurement Company, a subsidiary of the Saudi Electricity Company.
CG has been selected by the wind farm developer to design and build high-voltage substations that will connect the wind farm to the Saudi National Grid, the company said in a statement. Read More
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