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President of Siemens: Discussions with Iraq are still underway on electricity

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President of Siemens: Discussions with Iraq are still underway on electricity

Post by claud39 on Wed Jan 23, 2019 9:18 am


President of Siemens: Discussions with Iraq are still underway on electricity


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The chief executive of Siemens, Lisa Deves, said on Wednesday that negotiations on investment in the Iraqi electricity sector are continuing.
"The discussions between the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity and Siemens on investment in the country's electricity infrastructure are still under way," Davis was quoted as saying by The Nation in an interview with Davis.
"We are working on their timetable and within the structure of the projects and develop them effectively to the reality they need," Davis said.
"After the fierce competition between the two companies last year, Siemens and GE agreed to work to upgrade their systems, which will provide the General Electric system in Iraq with 14 gigawatts, while Siemens will provide the system with 11 gigawatts." Ending / 25 z

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