Nigeria: CEEC and Chinese Groups in the lead on power transmission projects

Nigeria: CEEC and Chinese Groups in the lead on power transmission projects

CEEC Jiangsu Power Design Institute has been awarded a $46.7 million contract.

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            ▪ Nigeria: CEEC and Chinese Groups in the lead on power transmission projects

▪ CEEC Jiangsu Power Design Institute has been awarded a $46.7 million contract.

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Chinese companies have now decided to invest in the titanic Nigerian power grid reinforcement project. On 9 July, CEEC Jiangsu Power Design Institute, a subsidiary of China Energy Engineering Corporation (CEEC) (117,000 employees and €2 billion in turnover), signed a contract with the World Bank, the donor, to carry out lot 1 of the first phase of the programme.

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