GE Africa (Lagos)
Algeria's Largest Industrial Conglomerate Powers New Expansion
Cevital Group, Algeria's largest industrial conglomerate, is expanding its production of household appliances into the international market. But first, it needs more reliable and robust power - something nine GE J624 Jenbacher engines will provide its two expanding power plants. This order represents the largest gas engine order in North Africa for GE's Distributed Power business and its distributor, Clarke Energy. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
Algeria’s largest industrial conglomerate, Cevital Group, is expanding its production of household appliances, some of which will go to international markets. But first, it needs more power that’s reliable and robust, something that nine GE Jenbacher engines will provide its two expanding plants.
GE Africa, 8 July 2016
Algeria's largest industrial conglomerate is expanding its production of household appliances, some of which will go to international markets. But first, it needs more power that's… Read more »
Cevital CEO Issad Rebrab and Clarke Energy CEO Jim Clarke sign agreement to develop two captive power plants in Algeria
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