Schneider Electric to build Iraq power plant

Nisir district power plant will have capacity of 64 megawatts

NEWS, Projects, Schneider Electric

French energy management firm, Schneider Electric, has won a contract to build a power plant in Iraq

The National Iraqi News Agency quotes member of the local council of Nasir district in northern Dhi Qar province, Khamis Atiya, as saying: "The Council has handed over the French company Schneider the work site to install a new power plant with capacity of / 64 / MW near the stadium in the area."

"In the case of the completion of this plant, it will be the largest in the area and the third of its kind in terms of delivery to contribute the compensation for the shortfall for the processing of electrical power in the area."

Schneider employs more than 140,000 people in over 100 countries. Last year revenues were $32bn.



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