To meet the growing power-supply deficit in the region’s most dynamic markets, the Power Arm is equipped with wide-ranging engineering, generation and distribution services. TAQA Power operates throughout Egypt, Middle East & Africa region, maintaining the same level of excellence and commitment to service while also adjusting to the needs of the local environment.
The Power Arm has extensive experience customizing environmentally sustainable power solutions, in addition to comprehensive power generation solutions designed to meet its clients’ needs and provide efficient power management, emergency power supply and distributed power transformation and outages.
The Power Arm provides tailored packages to handle all operational requirements from financing, designing, constructing to operating, billing and collections for integrated generation and distribution power systems. Our operations cover low, medium and high-voltage power plants and distribution networks for the oil and gas, industrial, residential, commercial, and tourism sectors in Egypt. TAQA Power’s list of clients surpassed the 2,000 mark, including major names such as Al Futtaim, Emaar Misr, Amer Group, Nabq, Travco, Sabour Group, Allam Group and 6th of October Industrial Zone.
The Arm’s integrated-power services include all utilities for medium to large-scale development projects, with a contracted capacity of 1,000 MW in the Middle East and Africa. This means it has more than enough resources to power residential projects, large real estate schemes and malls to touristic areas and industrial cities.
TAQA Power arm finances, designs, constructs, operates and maintains low, medium and high-voltage power plants and distribution networks for the oil and gas, industrial, residential, commercial, and tourism sectors in Egypt.
TAQA Power is building on its development of the 2,250 MW BOO project in Dairut, located in Egypt’s delta region, with its pre-qualified joint venture alongside Japanese developer Mitsui and Korean firm KEPCO. Recently, the Arm secured extra capacity from the South Cairo Distribution Company, while August 2013 saw TAQA for Industrial Zones complete construction of Phase I of its industrial zone project worth EGP6.6 million.
The initiative made TAQA Power the first private sector company in Egypt licensed to distribute power in an industrial zone. The project involves powering a 9 million square-meter industrial zone in Sixth of October City managed by five major private-sector developers.
The company implements strategic planning and capital expenditure calculations for all project infrastructure, covering services such as electricity, diesel, water, wastewater treatment, natural gas and district cooling.