The Russian company Energostroy is awaiting approval by the Syrian government of a project it will implement in Aleppo’s industrial city to build a gas power plant.
“The Syrian government plans to build a 25-megawatt gas power plant in the Sheikh Najjar industrial zone in Aleppo in the north of the country,” the Russian news agency Sputnik reported.
“The project will be implemented by Energostroy and has now completed its preliminary procedures, and a 10,000 square meter plot of land has been allocated to it within Sheikh Najjar Industrial City. This comes following the completion of its study by the Syrian Investment Authority and several relevant ministries, including electricity, oil, and local administration,” the agency added.
“The project, which is awaiting final approval from the Syrian government, will be launched in partnership between a Syrian investor and expatriate (the Russian-Syrian investor Ali Hassan Kaakeh), and investors from the Russian Federation,” the agency said.
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