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QEWC announces QR320mn profit for Q1

QEWC announces QR320mn profit for Q1

The board of directors of Qatar Electricity and Water Company (QEWC) held its second meeting for 2020 Sunday chaired by HE the Minister of State for Energy Affairs

Nebras Power acquires 60% stake in Tunisia's Carthage Power Company

Nebras Power acquires 60% stake in Tunisia's Carthage Power Company

Nebras Power, a joint venture between Qatar Electricity and Water Company (60%) and Qatar Holding (40%), has acquired a 60% equity stake in Tunisia's Carthage Power Company (CPC), as part of expanding its international operations.

Nebras Power foraying into Brazil's renewables power market

Nebras Power foraying into Brazil's renewables power market

Qatar's Nebras Power, a joint venture between Qatar Electricity and Water Company (60%) and Qatar Holding (40%), is foraying into Brazil's fast growing renewables power market as part of expanding its global footprint.

QEWC, Siemens join hands to develop local engineering talent

QEWC, Siemens join hands to develop local engineering talent

Qatar Electricity and Water Company (QEWC) and Siemens will work together to explore opportunities for the training of Qatari national engineers as part of efforts to support the development of local engineering talent.

QEWC implements mega local projects, expands into global energy markets

QEWC implements mega local projects, expands into global energy markets

Qatar Electricity and Water Company (QEWC) attaches great importance, in co-operation with the concerned authorities, to meet the State of Qatar's electricity and water needs without any potential outage.

QEWC, Japan’s Marubeni sign pact

QEWC, Japan’s Marubeni sign pact

Qatar Electricity and Water Company (QEWC) signed an agreement with Japanese company Marubeni to facilitate visits by Qatari engineers, employees and joint venture companies to Marubeni plants and projects in various locations in Japan, the Philippines and Oman.

Ooredoo’s Qatar Data Centre set to celebrate 10 years of innovation

Ooredoo’s Qatar Data Centre set to celebrate 10 years of innovation

Ooredoo’s Qatar Data Centre will mark 10 years of service at the end of 2016, and the company is set to launch a major campaign highlighting its contribution to the development of Qatar’s knowledge-based economy and key role in nurturing future solutions.