11 Jul 2011 09:07:53
Saudi Electricity Company accelerates US$80 billion power projects
Saudi Electricity Company, the Gulf's largest utility, is set to speed up its US$80 billion10-year investment plan of its power projects to meet state infrastructure demands.
Eng. Ali Al Barrak, president and CEO of Saudi Electricity Company and a keynote speaker at Smart Electricity World MENA 2011 recently said "Plans have been accelerated. In fact we have to accelerate some of our projects and make them come earlier than planned because of the economic growth and the government's decision to build more infrastructure projects."
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