ISLAMABAD: Luxury property project of EIGHTEEN Twin Cities has signed an agreement for the electrification of the housing project in Islamabad with electricity giant TAQA Power — power arm of TAQA Arabia Qalaa Holdings Company.
The contract was concluded between Tarek Hamdy, CEO of Eighteen and Samy Abdelkader, CEO of TAQA Power, read a communique.
The project aims at establishing an efficient distribution network for highly dependable and effective power solutions for the developers’ requirements.
The agreement provides full-energy solutions for EIGHTEEN, including the design and development of a distribution network and a power source including both back-up and solar power plants for reliable and green customer solutions.
Tarek Hamdy, CEO, E8 and Samy Abdelkader, CEO of TAQA Power, read a statement. The contract was concluded between them.
The project will build a highly reliable and effective distributor distribution network to meet the needs of the developers.
The agreement provides EIGHTEEN with full-energetic solutions, including the development and design of a distribution network and a source of power that includes back-up and solar plants for reliable and green solutions to customers.
TAQA Power is a leading private-electric energy mover and integrated player in Egypt that offers the full range of services along the value chain including development, construction, management and maintenance, billing and collection, as well as energy efficiency for the production and distribution of conventional and renewable energy projects.