Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS), a leading supplier of equipment and services to the power generation market, marked the official opening of its office in Qatar.
The guest of honour was HE the Minister of Energy and Industry Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada.
Japanese ambassador Seiichi Otsuka, QEWC general manager and managing director Fahad Hamad al-Mohannadi, senior government officials, diplomats, and prominent businessmen representing the energy sector also attended the event.
The new office was registered and is operated under the administration of Qatar Financial Centre (QFC).
The opening of MHPS’s office in Doha marks a new chapter in the firm’s long-term commitment to supporting Qatar’s 2030 National Vision and the country’s sustainable development.
As a manufacturer and supplier of power plants, boilers, generators, and gas and steam turbines, MHPS will supply Qatar with cutting-edge technology that supports the nation’s economic diversification and provides industry with efficient and reliable energy with high environmental standards.
“The Doha office will provide an operational hub for MHPS in the country to distribute and showcase the latest power generation and associated technologies,” MHPS said in a statement.
Akimasa Muyama, MHPS chief technical officer and senior executive vice president said, “MHPS is proud to mark our commitment to working in partnership with Qatar with the opening of this office. The launch of our office today is a sign of our long-term commitment to helping enhance Qatar’s economy and industry through MHPS innovations and state-of-the-art technology.
“Qatar is going through transformational developments plans, and we are adapting to these changes by diversifying our products and operations to remain an active partner. Sustainable energy, sustainable talent and sustainable solutions are our priorities across the globe and nowhere more so than here in Qatar. MHPS has a long, proud history of bringing powerful ideas, and powerful products to the world and we are happy to add a new chapter to that history today in Doha” he added.
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