Portuguese company wins US$2 million contract in Angola

5 January 2007

Lisbon, Portugal, 5 Jan – Portuguese power equipment company Resul has been contracted by Angola’s state electricity company, ENEA to carry out a project worth US$2 million, the company said in Lisbon Thursday.

The contract, which was signed in Luanda, is for the installation of a power consumption management system at Ondjiva in southern Angola.

Another agreement was signed by the two companies to set up the management system in several Angolan cities.

The Portuguese company is to provide the meters, as well as the “necessary hardware and software for installing a completely integrated system for managing electrical consumption.”

The Portuguese company also works in France, Russia, Italy and Northern Africa and has installed similar systems in Mozambique and Sao Tome and Principe.

As well as networks for distributing electricity and gas, Resul also develops public lighting systems and alternative energy networks. (macauhub)