Executing 14.4 GW of fossil power generation based on combined cycle configuration on fast track basis over two phases: Phase 1 for up to 4.4 GW in an open cycle configuration by the end of 2016. Phase 2 for up to 14.4 GW in a combined cycle configuration by mid-2018. Deploying large wind projects for up to 2000 MW in the Gulf of Suez and West Nile, all energized by Siemens Direct Drive Wind Turbine Generators. Extending transmission network by building a state-of-the-art 6 GIS substation of 500 KV in record time. A Long Term Performance contract supported by O&M supervision and provided by Siemens for 16.4 GW. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ For any questions, send an email to: Hassan.email@example.com https://www.facebook.com/WIACS www.WIACS.net Contact us: 01000857927 Book now https://goo.gl/forms/242jb9gctIjBC7Wl1
Watch how Siemens and the local partner Orascom Construction install offshore pipelines to bring the cooling water to the Burullus power plant. Another mile stone towards more electricity for Egypt. Learn more about the project here: http://www.siemens.com/egyptmegaproject
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Siemens strengthens a network node for the energy transition and installs 13 switchgear panels of the compact GIS type 8DQ1 up to 420 kV at Mecklar substation.
From the Second Avenue Subway in New York, to the India Tower, here are 12 Biggest Unfinished Construction Projects. Subscribe to Knowledge Feed for awesome mysteries, discoveries, fun topics and all around AWESOME videos ! 5. Second Avenue Subway The first phase of this subway line, which runs under the East side of Manhattan in New York was finally opened on January 1. It serves 200 thousand daily riders and spans three stations. The full line would span eight and a half miles and would include 13 additional stations, but no one involved in the project should get too ahead of themselves. Construction of the underground subway line began all the way back in 1972, meaning it took over four decades just to get a portion complete. City authorities are hopeful that the entire line will open sometime around 2028. If it's ever complete estimates state that the project would have a total cost of over 17 billion dollars and would host a daily ridership of over half a million individuals. 4. World Islands Intended to be a getaway for the rich, the World Islands in Dubai have been under development since 2003. A lack of financing forced construction to halt in 2008. Things haven’t gone well for the project in the years since. The islands lay almost completely vacant and are, reportedly slowly sinking into the ocean. Though developer Nakheel Properties claims that they have sold around seventy percent of the islands, the only one that is complete is Greenland, which was turned into a showpiece by its owner, the ruler of Dubai. 3. Ryugyong Hotel Though the exterior of the 1,080 foot Ryugyong Hotel in North Korea was completed in 2011 much of the interior lies totally empty and the building itself remains closed today. Construction began thirty years ago but was halted in 1992 due to the fall of the Soviet Union, which caused an economic crisis in the country. For years the building stood without any windows or interior fittings. Finally in 2008 construction resumed and the outside, as well as portions of the inside were complete. Plans were to use the 105 story building as a mixed use development and hotel, but instead it only represents the tallest unoccupied building in the world. 2. Sagrada Familia Antonio Gaudi was a renowned Catalan architect who lived from 1852 to 1926. In his time he designed some of the most unique, awe inspiring structures you’ll ever see. Most of these buildings lie in Barcelona, Spain including what most consider his masterpiece, Sagrada Familia. The Roman Catholic Church has been going through construction since it commenced in 1882. When Gaudi passed away it was less than a quarter complete. It finally passed the halfway point in 2010. Its completion date has been pushed back several times and spokespeople today estimate it to be finished sometime between 2026-2028. Despite its seemingly permanent incomplete status art critics marvel at Sagrada Familia for its extraordinary interpretation of Gothic architecture. And now for number one, but first we would like to humbly thank all of our subscribers for the comments we received on 11 World’s Scariest Spiders, hopefully we didn’t scare too many of you off. 1. India Tower Construction began on this supertall skyscraper in Mumbai, India in 2010. By November the tower was well on its way to being built with hundreds of workers on site daily. But civic authorities had a dispute with the developers and work was put on hold the following year. Originally it was supposed to be complete by 2016, but construction was permanently cancelled in October 2015 It looks like this beautiful building will never be gracing Mumbai’s skyline. Had the project been a success plans say that the tower would have been 126 stories and 2,356 feet tall which would have made it the second highest building in the world behind the Burj Khalifa.