A natural gas-fired power plant recently constructed by Siemens is seen during a partial lunar eclipse of the moon in Delimara, outside the village of Marsaxlokk, Malta, August 7, 2017. Picture taken August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
CAIRO - 21 August 2017: The second and final phase of the three Siemens stations with a capacity of 14,400 megawatts in the new administrative capital, Barolos and Beni Suef is 90 percent complete, according to an official source in the Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy.
The deadline for finishing the three Siemens is may 2018. They expected to finish by the end of 2017 and start operating experiments at the beginning of the new year to link it to the national electricity grid.
The three Siemens stations will be an h-class station, making it the first of its kind in the world and technologically advanced. The power stations will also be very efficient, and meets the 65 percent fuel generation efficiency set by the government and agreed on by Siemens.