Japan’s TMT&D Corporationhas won an estimated AED 280 million ($76 million) worth of new work from ADWEA, involving the construction of a new 400-kV substation at Madinat Zayed and the expansion of the existing 220-kV substation at the same location. Other companies to price both packages included Germany’s Siemensand Europe’s ABB.

South Korea’s Hyundai Engineering & Construction Companyhas also been awarded work worth an estimated AED 240 million ($65 million) to supply and install two 220-kV substations at Bu Hasa and Bab. The work is expected to take about 23 months.

Awards are pending on the Gayathy and Ramah 220-kV substation projects. The local Emirates Trading Agency (ETA)is the frontrunner to take the work, which in total is valued at about AED 240 million.