The meeting also discussed the matter of securing electrical supply for the national land reclamation projects in Egypt, especially in Toshka, the New Delta, Sinai and Upper Egypt, Fahmy said.
Global reports predict that data centers are set to consume 20 percent of the world’s power by 2025, said Hosam El Gamal, CEO of the National Telecom Regulatory Authority (NTRA).
Egypt Today has taken the first pictures of the Egyptian-Saudi power linkage project showing concrete bases for transmission towers in Badr City east of Cairo.
The Ministry of Electricity installs code meters, gives judicial arrest power for its officers, and outsources the task of recording meter readings to eliminate yearly L.E.2 billion in losses to electricity theft.
The application is free and is called "Electricity Services for the Blind". It provides audio services and assists the blind in choosing the service they need.
Egyptian Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy, Dr. Mohamed Shaker, affirmed that the ministry and its subsidiaries are working to gradually localize the industry to reach 100% and give priority to the Egyptian product.
The General Authority for Free Zones and Investment (GAFI) hosted Sunday in Cairo the meetings of the Egyptian-Uzbek Business Council.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi spoke as guest at one of the sessions of the World Government Summit hosted by the UAE.
The Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy categorically denies such rumours, it added.
The Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy has been working to provide diverse services to citizens using the one-stop shop system, and a unified visual identity for all Customer service centers branches.
Egypt seeks to localize green industries, based on the outputs and gains of the climate summit that Egypt hosted last month
The Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company succeeded during the year 2022 in implementing what it has planned at a rate of about 62%, as the investments spent during the year amounted to about 12.307 billion pounds.
Egypt and the African Electrotechnical Standardization Commission signed Tuesday an MoU.
Egypt sold 892 million kilowatt-hours of electricity to the international interconnection countries and private sector companies BOOT during the period from February to July of this year.
The Ministry of Electricity worked out a tight plan in cooperation with the Electricity Police to eliminate this crisis by increasing the penalty imposed on power thefts.
Egyptian Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy, Dr. Mohamed Shaker, revealed that the ministry is keen to provide support to investors in various fields and remove all obstacles facing them, especially in the field of the tourism sector.
The amount of the increase is 4,627 gigawatts.
This took place on the sidelines of the meetings of the 27th Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27), held in Sharm El-Sheikh.
President El-Sisi was also briefed on progress in electricity interconnection projects with neighboring countries, especially Saudi Arabia, Greece and Cyprus.
Egypt occupies the fourth place globally, in terms of the largest plants to generate electricity from solar energy, after the completion of the operation of the Benban solar plant with a capacity of 2000 megawatts, in cooperation with the private sector.