Energy efficiency is key to ensuring a safe, reliable, affordable and sustainable energy system for the future
OUR GLOBAL EXPERIENCE IN ENERGY
Amritec and its associates partnered with the world’s largest Transmission Line company, State Grid Corporation of China, successfully secured a direct contract for 1,200 KM, 500KV Transmission Line Project with the Ministry of Electricity, Arab Republic of Egypt in 2015.
This contract was awarded as a EPC Plus Finance with a value exceeding $755 Million US Dollar and was Financed by Exim Bank of China. Amritec’s over decades of experience with Government of Egypt assisted State Grid to successfully execute this project
In addition, Amritec worked with MOE, Egypt and successfully secured a Framework of Agreement for State Grid in the amount of 1 Billion US Dollar as Phase II project which includes Transmission Line, Sub Station, Control Center, Power Grid and other scope of works. Amritec also working with State Grid on Interconnection Transmission Line Project between Egypt and
Amritec is working on various Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Project with many countries with its reputable partners.
TYPES OF ENERGY
Amritec takes the investment, construction, and operation of power generations as core business. We are committed to re-electrification and energy connectivity, meeting the power demand with clean and green alternatives.
Transmission & Distribution
Transmission & Distribution
10 Key Strategic Technologies
Gean coal technology (ultra-supercriticaLC0i/oxyfuel power plant)
An eco-friendly integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) plant that deploys ultra-supercritical CO30, (instead of high-pressure, high-temperature steam) to generate power
Carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technology
Technology that uses amines or solid absorbents to capture/ condense/Store/use carbon dioxide emitted before/after fossil fuel combustion
Offshore wind posses generation
Supply of power through economically feasible development and stable system interconnection of offshore wind povver energy
High voltage direct current transmission system (HVDC)
Technology that uses high voltage direct current for Long-distance, bulk transmission of electrical power ; the system is mostly used to transfer power frorn renewable
New power equipment materials
Smart concrete that can sense of crack and recover itself graphene-based rnaterials for high-efficiency energy conversion/storage systems ; solar cells with enhanced optical absorption
Large-capacity, high-efficiency and eco-friendly superconducting power transmission Lines/ substations, aimed at overcoming the limitations of existing power grids ahead of future changes in the power industry
Next-generation power grids that achieve optimal energy efficiency through integration of ICT into existing power grids
A localized grouping of distributed energy resources for on-site power generation, storage and consumption
Energy storage system (ESS)
A technology for efficient peak Load managernent and stable power generation from new & renewable energy sources
Convergence between power (power generation, T&D, sales, and consumption] and ICT (loT, Big Data, and inforrnation security, to build new growth businesses
From renewable energy plants that surpass federal and state government efficiency guidelines to energy efficient retrofits, energy management system enhancements and cogeneration systems, Amritec has a breadth and depth of solutions for commercial, industrial, institutional, and government customers. Our team of experienced energy specialists has designed, built, operated and maintained power plants and energy assets. We can create plants that use traditional fuel sources as well as renewable energy plants powered by biomass, geothermal, wind and hydroelectric fuels.
Amritec considers every aspect of an organization’s energy, heating, cooling and water needs, finding efficiencies and delivering budget-neutral energy infrastructure improvements that use annual utility savings to provide the capital needed for critical upgrades. Energy management system enhancements and retrofits can be phased in, allowing operations to continue without interruption as infrastructure is modified or replaced.