Huawei, Enppi Ink Deals to Boost Egypt's Digital, Green Energy Shift

By : Adoni Conrad Quenum

Date : vendredi, 23 février 2024 13:49

Chinese tech giant Huawei is emerging as the preferred partner for African nations seeking to transition into the digital age. The company is rapidly expanding its strategic alliances with both governments and corporations across the continent.

Wael Lotfy, Chairman and CEO of Enppi, an Egyptian oil and gas company, signed two memorandums of understanding with China's Huawei at the Egypt Energy Show, held in Cairo from Monday, February 19 to Wednesday, February 21. The aim is to boost the transition to digital, green energy.

"We consider Huawei a major partner in providing the latest solutions, digital technologies, and modern smart solutions to accelerate the pace of digital transformation in the energy sector, and enhance the production of digital and green energy, in line with the strategic goals of the energy sector with Egypt’s 2030 vision," said Wael Lotfy.

The first document was initialed with Huawei Egypt Digital Power Business, the Egyptian subsidiary of the Chinese supplier of digital power products and solutions, which will provide integrated energy solutions such as low-carbon data centers and photovoltaic power solutions. The second memorandum of understanding was signed with Huawei's local subsidiary, to stimulate the digital and technological transition among Enppi's projects by merging the expertise and smart technologies offered by the Chinese company.

The transition to clean energy is an important component of the development process. It is important to take this variable into account, and these new arrangements will enable Egypt to significantly reduce its greenhouse gas emissions in the power and oil sectors.

Adoni Conrad Quenum


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