Siemens will rehabilitate 4 transformation stations in the Republic of Moldova


The state-owned enterprise “Moldelectrica” selected the company Siemens SRL for the rehabilitation of 4 transformation stations in the Republic of Moldova. The modernization project will comprise replacing existing equipment with state-of-the-art technical solutions that will allow an increased degree of safety, in line with current standards. Transformation stations are located throughout the territory of the Republic of Moldova. The financing of the project is provided by the European Investment Bank.

The project is part of a larger rehabilitation of transformation stations and connections made by Siemens SRL, the company said in a press release. The works are due to start in the second quarter of 2020 and will be completed within 2 years.

“We are honored to be able to continue this collaboration and we want Siemens to become a trusted partner in the rehabilitation of the energy system in the Republic of Moldova,” said Petru Rușeț, Head of Gas & Power, within Siemens Romania and the Republic of Moldova.

For his part, Ghennadi Dimov, general director of Moldelectrica, highlighted that, in partnership with Siemens, the company will already implement the second major project for the renovation of electricity transmission networks in management and thus will continue its mission of implementing the best technologies in the Republic Moldova.

The state-owned enterprise “Moldelectrica” is the company specializing in providing transport services and operational dispatching of the energy system in the Republic of Moldova. The mission of the SOE “Moldelectrica” is the contribution to the stable development of the energy system of the Republic of Moldova.

One of the largest global manufacturers of energy efficient technologies, Siemens is a leading provider of energy generation and transportation solutions, a pioneer in infrastructure solutions, but also in automation, software solutions and products for the industry. With a 114-year history in Romania, Siemens currently operates 4 factories and 6 R&D centers locally. Starting with fiscal year 2017, Siemens SRL has also taken over the coordination of the sales activities of the German group in the Republic of Moldova.


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