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									               Arab Republic of Egypt
          Ministry of Electricity and Energy




Egyptian Electricity Holding Company




           Annual Report
                  2008/2009
Electricity for 2008/2009




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                                                                                      Ministry of Electricity & Energy
                                                                                     Egyptian Electricity Holding Company




                                                 CONTENTS

Organizational Structure of the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) ....... 5

Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 7

- Electricity for 2008/2009 ................................................................................................ 9

- Electric Power Production............................................................................................. 11

- Information about Production Companies ....................................................................... 12
- Thermal power plant projects .......................................................................................... 13
- Hydro Power Plants ......................................................................................................... 23
- Disseminating the Use of New & Renewable Energy ...................................................... 28

- Electric Power Transmission ........................................................................................ 30

 - Transmission Network Statistics ..................................................................................... 31
- International Electrical Interconnection ............................................................................ 32
- Control Centers ................................................................................................................ 34

- Electric Power Distribution ........................................................................................... 36

- Information about Distribution Companies ....................................................................... 37
- Development of Customers Services .............................................................................. 40
- Energy Efficiency and Conservation ............................................................................... 42


- Human Resources .......................................................................................................... 44

- Electricity Hospital ............................................................................................................ 45

- Commercial Activities .................................................................................................... 46




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                                     Organizational structure
                                             Minister of Electricity and Energy
                                            Chairman of General Assembly for
                                           Egyptian Electricity Holding Company
                                                  Dr.Hassan A.Younes

                                              Chairman of Board of Directors
                                   Chairman of General Assembly for Affiliated Companies
                                                  Dr. Mohamed M. Awad
                                    EEHC Board Member for Production, Transmission &
                                               Distribution companies Affairs
                                                 Eng: Fawzia Abou Nema
                                       EEHC Board Member for Planning, Research &
                                             Electric service Companies Affairs
                                                      Dr. Kamel Yassin
                                  EEHC Board Member for Financial & Administration Affairs
                                            Acc: Salah Elden Awad Mansour



                                         Egyptian Electricity Transmission Co.
     Production Companies                    Eng. Hassan Gaber Negm                           Distribution Companies

              Cairo                                                                                  North Cairo
     Eng.Ahmed Mustafa Emam                                                                  Eng.Mohamed Hussein Ashour
              East Delta                                                                             South Cairo
      Eng. Tarek Yossif Ibrahim                                                               Eng. Mahmoud Sami Sultan

           Middle Delta                                                                               Alexandria
    Eng. Awad Mohmed Soliman                                                                   Eng. Ibrahim Khalil Madi

            West Delta                                                                                North Delta
    Eng. Mahmoud Soliman Balba                                                                   Eng. Mohamed Ali Bakr

           Upper Egypt                                                                               South Delta
    Eng. Shaban Khalaf Ahmed                                                                  Eng. Fawzy Ahmed Elserdy
         Hydro Plants                                                                                  Canal
Eng. Mohmed Mohmed Farag Allah                                                                 Eng. Momdouh El Nahas
                                                                                                                                                              ‫وزارة الكهربــاء والطاقـة‬




                                                                                                      El- Behera
                                                                                               Eng. Ahmed Elsaid Khalil
                                                                                                                                                                                              Ministry of Electricity & Energy




                                                                                                     Middle Egypt
                                                                                               Eng. Abd Elsatar abo Ras
                                                                                                                                                       Egyptian Electricity Holding Company




                                                                                                     Upper Egypt
                                                                                                                          ‫الشركة القابضة لكهرباء مصر‬




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                                                                                             Eng. Mohamed ElBakry Helal
Electricity for 2008/2009




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                                                            Ministry of Electricity & Energy
                                                            Egyptian Electricity Holding Company




Introduction

The Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC)
mission towards the society is to supply electricity
to all types of consumers according to international
performance standards taking into consideration all
the environmental, social and economic determinants
and also the terms and conditions set by the
Regulatory Agency For Electric Utilities and Consumer
Protection.

In order EEHC achieves its mission, it always does
its best endeavors to improve the performance
and develop the human resource capabilities of its
affiliated companies.

 EEHC main role is to coordinate, supervise, monitor
and follow-up its affiliated companies activities in the
fields of generation, transmission and distribution of
electric energy in order to improve and develop the
technical, operational and financial performance of
the companies to achieve the main goal of optimizing
the use of all resources and maximizing the profit.

Since July 2001, a series of restructuring steps
took place for the affiliated companies, it started
by unbundling of the generation, transmission and
distribution activities and form thirteen companies (five
generation, one transmission and seven distribution)
and due to the high growth rate of the number of
consumers and demand and the associated increase
in the number of power plants, network expansion
and customer service centers, further unbundling
took place .

Now EEHC has sixteen affiliated companies (six
generation, nine distributions and the Egyptian
Electricity Transmission Company).

EEHC coordinates between the companies as an
Integrated Economic Unit that can afford to provide a
self financing portion for its future plans.




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        During the last Fiscal Year 2008/2009 It was a challenge for EEHC to meet the
        growth in electricity demand; the peak demand reached 21330 MW and energy
        generated 131040 GWh and in the same time maintained system reliability and
        efficiency of supply. The availability rate of power plants reached 88.5% in line with
        the international norms and standards.

        EEHC supervise the implementation of the sixth five year plan (2007/2008-
        2011/2012)to meet the expected average annual growth rate of demand of 6.38%by
        adding generation capacity of 7750MW.

        EEHC set the seventh five year plan (2012/2013-2016/2017) based on expected
        average annual growth rate of demand of 6 %,which entails adding a generation
        capacity of 11100 MW .

        In the meantime EEHC and its affiliated companies continuously develop, improve
        and modernize the services to its customers (the number of customers increased
        from million 4.5 in early eighties to million 24.7 in FY2008/2009 )to speed and
        facilitate the processes of the required services and to reach international best
        practices.

        In order to achieve such goals, EEHC gives great emphasis that the affiliated
        companies achieve the targeted technical, operational, procedural and financial
        indicators which were set according to international standards.

        In order the companies achieve the targeted performance indicators; they set
        up all necessary mechanisms and provide all technical and human resources
        capabilities necessary for the continuous development of generation, transmission
        and distribution techniques.

        In order to maximize the local contribution in different planned electricity projects,
        EEHC cooperates and coordinate with all local Egyptian firms and entities.

        EEHC aims to create a wider market for its services in the Arab and African
        countries through the establishment of joint consulting companies or marketing the
        Egyptian experience in the field of electricity -As an example of such cooperation -
        the electrical interconnection projects and the establishment of the joint consulting
        companies with Syria and Libya.

        In order to acquire, benefit and transfer latest and diversified international experience
        to its dear customers, EEHC cooperates with international companies and firms
        and participate in international conferences, workshops and seminars.

        Acknowledging the importance of data documentation, Egyptian Electricity Holding
        Company issues this annual report to document its activities and achievements
        over the Fiscal Year 2008/2009 to be as a reference to those who are interested in
        the field of electrical energy.




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                                                                                         Ministry of Electricity & Energy
                                                                                        Egyptian Electricity Holding Company




                                                Electricity for 2008/2009
                                Description                                       2008/2009              2007/2008             Variance%
     Peak load                                                         MW            21330                  19738                   8.1

       Total power generated                                          GWh           131040                 125129                    4.7
       Hydro                                                          GWh           14682                   15510                   (5.3)
       Thermal(1)                                                     GWh           101898                  95782                    6.4
       Wind (Zafarana)(2)                                             GWh             931                    831                     12
       Energy Purchased from (IPP’s)(3)                               GWh              17                     14                    21.4
       Private Sector (BOOTs)                                         GWh           13241                   12642                    4.7
       Isolated Plants                                                GWh             271                    350                   (22.6)

    Net Energy Exchange with interconnected countries (Exported) GWh                   896                   563                    59.1
   Sent Energy from Connected Power Plants                            GWh           112847                 107808                   4.7

       Total fuel consumption                                        K toe           24895                  23562                    5.7
       l Production companies                                        K toe           22179                  20969                    5.8
            H.F.O                                                    K toe           5215                    4561                   14.3
            N.G                                                      K toe           16838                  16300                    3.3
            L.F.O                                                    K toe             126                    108                   16.7
       l Private sector BOOTs                                        K toe            2716                   2593                    4.7

       Average Production Companies fuel Consumption rate gm/Kw.h gen                217.6                  218.9                  (0.6)
       Fuel Consumption Rate including BOOTS gm/kw h gen                             216.1                  217.3                  (0.6)
       Thermal efficiency (Without private sector BOOTs) %                             40                     40                      -
       N.G Ratio to Total Fuel Including BOOTs                          %              78                    79.3                  ( 1.6)
       N.G Ratio for Power Plants Connected to Gas Grid Including BOOTs %             82.1                    82                     0.1

       Total Installed Capacity(4)                                     MW            23502                  22583                   4.1
         Hydro                                                                        2800                   2842                  (1.5)
         Thermal                                                                     18230                  17389                   4.8
         Wind                                                                          425                    305                  39.3
         Private Sector BOOTs (Thermal)                                              2047                    2047                    -
       Transmission Lines & Cables                                      KM
          500 KV                                                                      2479                   2479                    -
          400 KV                                                                       33                     33                     -
          220 KV                                                                     15647                  14912                   4.9
          132 KV                                                                      2504                   2429                   3.1
          66 KV                                                                      17515                  16986                   3.1
          33 KV                                                                       2838                   2713                   4.6
       Transformers Capacities                                        MVA
          500 KV                                                                      7765                   7765                    -
          220 KV                                                                     29688                  28850                   2.9
          132 KV                                                                      3467                   3427                   1.2
          66 KV                                                                      36222                  35223                   2.8
          33 KV                                                                       1774                   1769                   0.3
(1) Includes commessioning tests              (2) Connected to National Grid
(3) Power purchased from industrial plants self generation (IPPs) year 2008/2009 as follows: Petrochemical (6.2 GWh), Carbon Black (4.3GWh),
    Medallek and Medor (0.1 GWh) and Talkha Fertilizer (6.4 GWh).
(4) There are 257 M.W installed Capacity for isolated units, including 5 MW Wind at Hurgada.


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                                     Load Development




                          Yearly Peak Load Development (MW)
                                                                                     21330
                                                     18500          19738
                                     17300
                  15678




                 2004/2005        2005/2006       2006/2007        2007/2008        2008/2009




                       Peak load curve 2007/2008-2008/2009
                          M.W
                  25000
                                                                                 21330
                  20000                                             27/ 8/2008
                                                                                  19738
                  15000                                              30/6/2008

                  10000

                  5000

                      0
                          1 2 3   4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

                                               2007/2008         2008/2009




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                                                             Ministry of Electricity & Energy
                                                             Egyptian Electricity Holding Company




                           Electric Power Production




                          Electricity Production companies

l Cairo Electricity Production Company.           l West Delta Electricity Production Company.
l East Delta Electricity Production Company.      l Upper Egypt Electricity Production Company.
l Middle Delta Electricity Production Company     l Hydro-Power Plants Electricity Production Company.


Objectives
   1. Production of electric energy from the annexed power plants.
   2. Management, operation, maintenance, rehabilitation and overhauling of the annexed power
       plants in accordance with international best practices.
   3. Rehabilitation , overhauling, maintenance and loading of the annexed power plants, to be
       executed in full compliance with the instructions of the National Control Center, to ensure
       optimum technical and economic operation of the system.
   4. Sale of the electric power produced from the power plants to the Egyptian Electricity
       Transmission Company and to the Distribution Companies (in case power delivered on
       medium voltages).
   5. Implementing power plant projects upon the approval of EEHC’s Board of Directors, and in
       accordance with the planned time schedules.
   6. Conducting researches and studies within the company’s activities..
   7. Carrying out any activities or works related to the company’s objectives, in addition to any
       other work to be entrusted thereto by EEHC.
   8. Carrying out any work entrusted thereto by third parties as long as it is within the company’s
       scope of work and realizes economic benefit to the company



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         Electricity Production




               Information about production companies
                                                          No of    Equity
Company         Geographical zone         Headquarter              Captial        Address           Tel.
                                                         Shares   million EGP


           Great Cairo, 6 October
           Governorates and
           El-Tbeen, Helwan                                                     22 Shanan St. 02/25793054
Cairo                                        Cairo      5518350   551.835
           neighborhoods of Helwan                                                 Sabteia    02/25740550
           Governorate




           Domeat, Ismailia, Port                                                 Sheben
East       Said, Suez, South Sinai,                                              Elkom St.      064/3201492
                                           Ismailia     5328300   532.830
Delta      North Sinai & Red Sea                                                  Ismailia      064/3205146
           Governorates                                                         Governorate



           Kalyobeya (Except for
           Great Cairo extension)                                                Electricity &
Middle                                                                                         050/2524149
           Mohmoudia city, kom              Talkha      5071950   507.195       Compost road
Delta                                                                                          045/3473804
           Hamada from El-Behera,                                                  Talkha.
           Dakahlya Governorates



           Alexandria, Matrouh &
Weste      El Beher Governorates                                                 7 Riad St.,    03/5761375
                                          Alexandria    5019450   501.945
Delta      (Except for Mahmoudia                                                   Glym         03/5744147
           city & kom Hamada)




           Giza (Except for extension
           of Great Cairo) Fayoum,
Upper                                                                            El Kuriemat    088/2323550
           Beni-Suef, El-Minia, Assiut,     El-Giza     7504100   750.410
Egypt                                                                            Atfih Center   088/2314421
           New Valley, Sohag, Qena
           & Aswan Governorates




Hydro
           Affiliated Hydro Plants All                                                          097/3480412
Power                                       Aswan       3916600   391.660          Sahara
           Over the Country                                                                     097/3481974
Plants




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                                                             Ministry of Electricity & Energy
                                                             Egyptian Electricity Holding Company
        Electricity Production




                           Thermal Power Plant Projects
The five year plan is set to ensure the availability of electric power to all electricity users upon
demand based on the following:
  1. The expected annual growth rate of demand;
  2. Adequate reserve to meet programmed outages, forced outages and derating of existing
     generation units.
  3. Diversification of plant technologies (Steam, Combined cycle)




First: The sixth five year plan (2007-2012):
The sixth five year plan (2007-2012) includes implementation of 7750 MW thermal power projects
as follows:
  l   3750 MW combined cycle
  l   4000 MW steam units from which 1950 MW at Abu Kir and El Sokhna sites will be commissioned
       during the years 2012/2013 & 2013/2014.




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        Electricity Production




Second :The seventh five year plan (2012-2017):
The seventh five year plan (2012-2017) was set based on expected average annual growth rate
for energy and peak demand of about 6%.This requires additional generation capacity of about
11100MW (5250MW combined cycle and 5850 MW steam)from which 10450MW will be operational
during the plan period(2012-2017) in addition to 650 MW to be commissioned during 2017/2018




                    Percentage Share of the Installed Capacity of Each Type of Power
                    Generation at the End of the Sixth and Seventh Five Year Plans
                  5.3% Renewable                                        11.3% Renewable
                       9.5% Hydro
                                                                        6.4% Hydro




                         37% C.C.                                       36.3% C.C.

                         3.2% Gas




                       45% Steam                                        46% Steam




                                    2011/2012               2016/2017



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                                                                                       Ministry of Electricity & Energy
                                                                                       Egyptian Electricity Holding Company
                  Electricity Production




                               General Power stations statistics (30/6/2009)
                                                                               Installed Capac.                        Commissioning
 Comp.                          Station                   No. of Units                                  Fuel
                                                                                     (MW)                                  Date
                     Shoubra El-Kheima        (St)           4 x 315                1260             N.G-H.F.O           84-85-1988
                     Cairo West               (St)          4 x 87.5                 350             N.G-H.F.O            66-1979
                     Cairo West Ext.          (St)           2 x 330                 660             N.G-H.F.O              1995
   Cairo




                     Cairo South 1(1)        (CC)       3 x 110 + 3 x 60             550             N.G-H.F.O           57-65-1989
                     Cairo South II          (CC)            1 x 165                 165                N.G                 1995
                     Cairo North             (CC)       4x 250 +2 x 250             1500             N.G-L.F.O         2005-2006-2008
                     Wadi Hof                  (G)          3 x 33.3                 100             N.G-L.F.O              1985
                     Damietta                (CC)       6 x 132 + 3 x 136           1200             N.G-L.F.O               89-1993
                     Ataka                    (St)      2 x 150 + 2 x 300            900             N.G-H.F.O              85-86-1987
                     Abu Sultan               (St)           4 x 150                 600             N.G-H.F.O              83-84-1986
                     Shabab                    (G)           3 x 33.5               100.5            N.G-L.F.O                 1982
                     Port Said                 (G)    2 x 23. 96 + 1 x 24. 6          73             N.G-L.F.O               77-1984
                     Arish                    (St)            2 x 33                  66               H.F.O                   2000
   East Delta




                     Oyoun Mousa              (St)           2 x 320                 640             N.G-H.F.O                 2000
                     Sharm El-Sheikh           (G) 2 x 23.7 + 4 x 24. 27 + 4         178                L.F.O                   --
                                                          x 5.8 + 2 x 5
                     Hurghada                  (G)    3 x 22. 5 + 3 x 24.2           143                L.F.O                   --
                     Zafarana (wind)   (2)
                                              (W) 105 x 0.6 + 117 x 0.66 +           425                Wind        2000-2003-2004-2006-
                                                         335x 0.85                                                     2007-2008-2009
                     BOOT
                     Suez Gulf                 (St)        2 x 341.25               682.5            N.G-H.F.O                 2002
                     Port Said East            (St)        2 x 341.25               682.5            N.G-H.F.O                 2003
                     Talkha                   (CC) 8 x 24.72 + 2 x 45.95             290             N.G-L.F.O              79-80-1989
                     Talkha 750               (CC)     2 x 250 +1 x 250              750             N.G-L.F.O              2006-2008
   Middle Delta




                     Talkha 210                (St)          2 x 210                 420             N.G-H.F.O               93-1995
                     Nubaria 1,2              (CC)     4 x 250 + 2 x 250            1500             N.G-L.F.O              2005-2006
                     Nubaria 3*               (CC)     2 x 250 +1 x 250              500             N.G-L.F.O                 2009
                     Mahmoudia 3                (G)          1 x 50                  50              N.G-L.F.O               81-1982
                     Mahmoudia               ( CC)     8 x 25 + 2 x 58.7             317             N.G-L.F.O               83-1995
                     Kafr El-Dawar            (St)           4 x 110                 440            N.G-H.F.O               80-84-1986
                     Damanhour Ext            (St)           1 x 300                 300            N.G-H.F.O                  1991
                     Damanhour (Old)          (St)            3 x 65                 195            N.G-H.F.O                 68-1969
                     Damanhour               (CC)      4 x 24.62 + 1 x 58           156.5           N.G-L.F.O                1985-1995
   West Delta




                     El-Seiuf                  (G)           6 x 33.3                200            N.G-L.F.O              81-82-83-1984
                     El-Seiuf 4               (St)      2 x 26.6 + 2 x 30            113              H.F.O                   61-1969
                     Karmouz                   (G)    1 x 11.37 + 1 x 11.68          23.1             L.F.O                    1980
                     Abu Kir                  (St)      4 x 150 + 1 x 311            911            N.G-H.F.O               83-84-1991
                     Abu Kir                   (G)          1 x 24.27                24.3           N.G.-L.F.O                 1983
                     Sidi Krir 1.2            (St)           2 x 320                 640            N.G-H.F.O                 99-2000
                     Matrouh                   (st)           2 x 30                  60            N.G-H.F.O                  1990
                     Sidi Krir 3,4 (Boot)     (St)         2 x 341.25               682.5            N.G-H.F.O                 2002
   Upper Egypt




                     Walidia                  (St)          2 x 312                  624              H.F.O                  92-1997
                     Kuriemat                 (St)          2 x 627                 1254            N.G-H.F.O                98-1999
                     Kuriemat 2               (cc)       2x250+1x250                 750            N.G.-L.F.O              2007,2009
                     Kuriemat 3*              (cc)       2x250+1x250                 500            N.G-H.F.O                 2009
                     Assiut                   (St)           3 x 30                  90               H.F.O                  66-1967
   Hydro Plants




                     High Dam                  (H)          12 x 175                2100               Hydro                  1967
                     Aswan Dam I               (H)            7 x 46                 280               Hydro                  1960
                     Aswan Dam II              (H)           4 x 67.5                270               Hydro                 85-1986
                     Esna                      (H)          6 x 14.28                 86               Hydro                  1993
                     New Naga Hamadi           (H)            4 x16                   64               Hydro                  2008

* The steam part doesn’t operate yet.
1. Unit 4, 60 MW at Cairo North CC (1) has been retired in March 2009.
2. Wind farm has been operated with 120MW.                          3. RR3, 25 MW at El- Mahmoudia (G has been retired).
4. EL-Seiuf steam 113 MW has been retired .                         5. Aswan Dam 1 has been reduced by 42 MW.

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                                   Development of Installed Capacities
                  The total installed capacity reached 23502 MW in 30/6/2009,
                   with an increase of 4.1% compared to the previous year.

                            Installed Capacity by Type (MW*)                                        Installed Capacity %

                                                                                              M. Delta                 W. Delta
                                                                                               15.5%                    15.7%




                                                                                                                                  Cairo
                                                                                                                                  20%

                                                                                      E. Delta
                                                                                       22.8%



                     Cairo      E. Delta   M. Delta   W. Delta    U. Egypt   Hydro               U. Egypt
                                                                                                  13.9%              Hydro
       Hydro           0           0          0             0        0       2800                                    12.1%

                                                                                                              Wind
       CC             2215       1200       2856           157      750       0                               1.8%
                                                                                                 Hydro
                                                                                                 11.9%
       Steam          2270       3571        420           3229    1968       0

       Gas            100         494        300           247      500       0                                              C. Cycle
                                                                                                                              30.5%
       Total          4585       5265       3576           3633    3218      2800


                                                                                      Steam
                                                                                      48.8%
  * Without Wind Farm (425 MW)
  * Privat sector units has been added to the respective company
                                                                                                             Gas
                                                                                                             7%




                              Installed Capacity Development by type of Generation (MW)




                                04/05              05/06             06/07           07/08                  08/09

               Wind              140               183                225            305                    425
               Gas              1537               1966              2416            1416                   1641
               C Cycle          2699               3949              4949            6449                   7178
               Hydro            2783               2783              2783            2842                   2800
               Steam            11616              11571             11571           11571                  11458



   * There is isolated plants with total Capacity 257 MW includes 5 MW wind farm in Hurghada.


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 Electricity Production




It is noteworthy that the available Capacity of the Hydropower plants is not equal to
the installed capacities throughout the year. The reason is that the available capacity
of the hydropower plants of the High Dam, Aswan Dam (I & II) and Esna decrease
during the period of minimum irrigation discharge, besides the negative impact of the
high temperature in summer and the derating of some units



                                Daily Load Curve (Maximum Discharge)
                            on Tuesday 16/6/2009 (Discharge 255 million m3)
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                                Daily Load Curve (Minimum Discharge)
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                             on Sunday 11/1/2009 (Discharge 85 million m3)
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                                        Energy Generated and Purchased (Gwh)
                                               by Type and Technology
          Item                2008/2009 2007/2008 Variance %                                                         11.2%
 Production Companies
                                                                                                                               0.7%
 Steam                         56165        53076         5.8
 Gas                            2767         9361       (70.4)                                                                    10.1%
 Comb. Cycle                   42966        33345        28.9
                                                                                                                                      0.2%
 Total Thermal*                101898       95782           6.4
                                                                                    77.8%
 Hydro                         14682        15510           (5.3)
 Total Production Companies    116580       111292          4.8
 Wind (Zafrana)                  931         831             12
 Isolated Plants (th)            271         350        (22.6)
 Puchased from (IPP’s) (th)      17           14            21.4
 BOOTs (th)                    13241        12642           4.7
     Grand Total               131040       125129          4.7                 Thermal      Hydro     Wind      Boots & IPPs         Isolated Plants

 * Energy produced includes commissioning tests


                                                     By Production Company
            Company                    Generated Energy GWH                                                                         11%
                                                                                         19.4%                             Boots & Isolated Plants
               Cairo                          25360                                      Cairo                                      & IPP’s
            East Delta                        20412
          Middle Delta                        20979                                                                                      15.6%
                                                                                                                                        East Delta
           West Delta                         16701
                                                                                11.2%
          Upper Egypt                         18446                           Hydro plants
          Hydro plants                        14682
    Total Production C.                       116580
                                                                                                                                   16%
    Generated from BOOTs,                                                                                                       Middle Delta
                                                                                     14.1%
    Wind,Isolated Plants &                    14460
                                                                                   Upper Egypt
    Purchased from (IPP’s)
                                                                                                               12.7%
               Total                          131040                                                          West Delta


                                           Generated Energy Development GWH
                                  140000
                                                                                                          131040
                                                                                              125129
                                  112000                                        115407
                                                                    108690
                                                   101299

                                   84000


                                   56000



                                   28000


                                       0
                                               2004/2005          2005/2006    2006/2007 2007/2008       2008/2009




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                                        Performance Statistics for Power Plants

                                                                              Fuel            Load Cap.            Avail
                                             Gross Gen.   Net Gen     Net/   Cons.     Peak
Comp.                       Station             GWh        GWh      Gross % Rate gm/ Load MW Factor Factor Eff. % Factor
                                                                                               %      %             %
                                                                              kWh

                  Shoubra El-Kheima             8647       8167       94      233.2        1285       77       78      37.6     97
                  Cairo West                    1785       1689       95      272.4         310       66       64      32.2    84.8
                  Cairo West Ext.               2360       2268       96      234.3         640       42       41      37.4    65.5
   Cairo




                  Wadi Hof                       148        146       99      416.3          76       22       28      21.1    98.8
                  Cairo South 1                 3556       3501       98      225.1         498       82       94      39.0     91
                  Cairo South 2                 1239       1222       99      187.5         163       87       86      46.8    97.9
                  Cairo North cc                7625       7458       98      171.2        1495       58       61      51.2    77.8

                  Ataka                         4362       4088       94      242.5         815       61       55      36.2     84
                  Abu Sultan                    2983       2735       92      264.9         560       61       57      33.1    88.7
   East Delta




                  Arish                          545       513        94      238.2          66       94       94      36.8     98
                  Oyoun Mousa                   4512       4343       96      215.3         660       78       80      40.7     95
                  Shabab                         115        114       99      370.5          89       15       17      23.7    95.5
                  Port Said                       62       61.4       99      378.8          48       15       13      23.2     99
                  Damietta cc                   7589       7414       98      193.2        1064       81       85      45.4     93

                  Talkha steam (210)            2436        2264      93      251.8         410       68       66      34.8     87
   Middle Delta




                  Mahmoudia gas                   6          5.9      99      505.2          10        7        6      17.4     66
                  Talkha gas&cc                 1970        1941      99      236.4         266       85       94      37.1    97.5
                  Talkha (750) cc               3557        3515      99      230.5         521       78       86      38.1    98.5
                  Nubaria cc*                  10787       10632      99      165.5        1488       83       88      53.0     93
                  Mahmoudia cc                  2194        2170      99      215.6         287       87       96      40.7    97.5
                  El-Atf cc *                    29         27.5      95      255.5           -        -        -       -        -

                  Kafr El-Dawar                 2875       2643       92      283.0        430        76       75      31.0     90
                  Damanhour Steam Ext.          1829       1782       97      243.9        300        70       70      36.0     91
                  Damanhour Steam               1148       1073       93      286.5        180        73       73      30.6     95
                  Abu Kir 300                   1888       1788       95      222.7        290        74       67      39.4     90
   West Delta




                  Abu Kir 150                   3407       3191       94      254.8        575        68       65      34.4     90
                  Sidi Krir Steam               4003       3858       96      209.6        650        70       71      41.9     89
                  Matrouh Steam                  313        287       92      297.0         60        60       60      29.5    97.5
                  El-Seiuf gas                   148        144       97      413.0        134        13       13      21.3    94.2
                  Karmouz                         6         5.9       98      396.7         18         4        4      22.1    64.3
                  Damanhour cc                  1059       1045       99      219.6        152        80       93      39.9     92
                  Sidi Krir cc*                   25       24.5       98      241.3          -         -        -       -        -

                  Walidia                       3325       3196       96      235.1         550       69       63      37.3    92.6
                  Assiut                         523        484       93      301.4          81       74       74      29.1    85.7
 Upper
 Egypt




                  Kuriemat Steam                9235       8972       97      212.0        1282       82       84      41.4     96
                  Kuriemat cc 1                 3820       2773       99      203.4         775       56       89      43.1    97.6
                  Kuriemat cc 2                 1543       1524       99      260.6           -        -       74      33.7    91.2

                  High Dam                     10292       10205      99        -          2265       52       56      88.4     88
                  Aswan Dam I                   1575        1550      98        -           278       65       64      81.4    96.8
 Plants
 Hydro




                  Aswan Dam II                  1797        1785      99        -           270       76       76      89.4    92.3
                  Esna                           546         541      99        -            87       72       73      84.2     98
                  Naga Hamadi                    472         464      98        -            71       76       84      82.9     96

                  Sharm El -Sheikh              117        114.5      98        -            -         -        -       -          -
 Stand
  By




                  El-Huragada                   127         126       99        -            -         -        -       -          -
                  El-slam                       0.4         0.1       25        -            -         -        -       -          -

                  Total-Hydro                   14682      14545       99       -           -         58       60      87.4     -
                  Total-Thermal*               101898      98302       96     217.6         -         66       73      40.0     -
                  Total-Wind                     931        924        99       -           -         28       26       -       -
   Total




                  Purchased from IPP’s            17         17       100       -           -          -        -       -       -
                  Private Sector BOOTs          13241      12495       95       -           -          -       70       -       -
                  Total for isolated Units       271        264         -       -           -          -        -       -       -
                  Grand Total                  131040     126547      97      216.1       21330       77       70       -      88.5
- The BOOTs, IPP’s and Wind plants are dealt with on the basis of purchased energy.
* The generated energy includes commissioning tests

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                                 Development of Gross Generated Energy (GWh)
  Comp.                         Station                 01/02   02/03      03/04     04/05       05/06    06/07    07/08    08/09

                      Shoubra El-Kheima         (St)    7433    7797       7433      8610        8099     7543     7395      8647
                      Cairo West                (St)    1660    1657       1765      1963        1918     1837     1828      1785
                      Cairo West Ext.           (St)    3615    3841       3684      3893        3941     3829     3092     2360
                      Cairo South 1             (cc)    3302    3623       3696      3619        3753     3673     3456     3556
    Cairo




                      Cairo South 2             (cc)    1034    1208       1282       904        1131     1177     1239     1239
                      Cairo North*              (cc)       -       -        214      2635        4475     7325     8511     7625
                      Wadi Hof                  (G)      21       76         23        64         107      101      158      148
                      Tebbin                    (St)     111     257        121       202           -        -        -         -
                      Tebbin                    (G)       7      34          8        37          42         -        -         -
                      Ataka                     (St)    4977    4643       5079      4139        4455     3715     4543      4362
                      Abu Sultan                (St)    3110    2901       2947      3041        2110     2952     3264      2983
                      Shabab                    (G)       74     219        104       122         147       75      104       115
    East Delta




                      Port Said                 (G)       25      59         22        53          69       25       51        62
                      Arish                     (St)     385     443        471       555         533      534      521      545
                      Oyoun Mousa               (St)    3829    3847       4159      4319        4192     4074     4402     4512
                      Damietta                  (cc)    6926    8036       7026      7387        8137     7876     8377     7589
                      Sharm El-Sheikh           (G)        -     65         65        84          74       59       115       117
                      El-Huraghda               (G)        -     40         29        50          66       41      121       127
                      Talkha                   (G&cc)   1435    1611       1647      1828        1834     1570     1743      1970
                      Talkha steam210           (St)    2054    2212       2208      2678        2601     2187     2354      2436
    Middle Delta




                      Talkha 750                (cc)       -       -          -         -           -     2488     2823      3557
                      Nubaria 1, 2              (cc)       -       -        134      5203        5884     8022     9636     10356
                      Nubaria 3*                (cc)       -       -          -         -           -        -        -      431
                      Mahmoudia                 (cc)    1920    1858       1925      2049        2068     2046     1998     2194
                      Mohmoudia                 (G)      51      109         57        76          28       4         8         6
                      El-Atf*                   (cc)       -       -          -         -           -        -        -        29
                      Kafr El-Dawar             (St)    1516    1584       1624      1696        2174     2383     2661      2875
                      DamanhourExt300           (St)     980    1823       1797      1468        1787     1797     1925      1829
                      Damanhour                 (St)     794     999        985      1054         982      982     1034      1148
                      Damanhour                 (cc)     936     921       1028      1112        1040      909     1059     1059
    West Delta




                      Abu Kir (St & G)          (St)    4148    3415       3695      4872        5026     4682     4743     5285
                      El-Seiuf                  (St)     393     440        361       409         296      278      125         -
                      El-Seiuf                  (G)      39       67         37        97         91       36        94      148
                      Karmouz                   (G)        -      1        0.06       4.3          5        1        6         6
                      Sidi Krir                 (St)    3820    3742       3872      3974        3548     3758     4166     4003
                      Sidi Krir*                (cc)       -       -          -         -           -        -        -       25
                      Matroh                    (St)    162     276        291       324         107      282      273       313
                      Walidia                   (St)    2953    3435       2563      2477        2253     2663     1898      3325
                      Kuriemat                  (St)    6910    6335       7179      8077        8540     8041     8336      9235
   Upper
   Egypt




                      Kuriemat 2*               (cc)       -       -          -         -           -     1350     3202      3820
                      Kuriemat 3*               (cc)       -       -          -         -           -        -        -      1543
                       Assiut                   (St)     517     525        543       549         531      542      556      523
                       Total-Thermal                    65137   68208     67948      74560       81565    88862    95782    101898
    Total




                       Total-Hydro                      15130   12859     13019      12644       12644    12925    15510    14682
                       Total-Wind (Zafarana)              221     204       368         523         552      616      831      931
                       Sidi Krir 3&4            (St)     2441    4469      4821        4749        4847     4574     4582     4908
  (BOOT)
  Private
   Sector




                       Suez Gulf North West     (St)       -     2637      4427        4301        4415     4061     4127     4204
                       Port Said East           (St)       -      501      4253        4150        4309     3990     3933     4129
                       Total BOOT                        2441    7607     13501       13200       13571    12625    12642    13241
                      Purchased IPP’s                     74      77       77.4         69          36       32       14       17
                                Total                   83003   88955     94913      100996      108368   115060   124779   130752
                      Isolated plant units               287     239       270         303         322      347      350      271
                            Grand total                 83290   89194     95183      101299      108690   115407   125129   131040
                      Note:    (St) Steam          (G) Gas     (CC) combined cycle   (H) Hydro
                      * The generated energy includes commissioning tests

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                                           Hydro Power

     Irrigation Discharge (milliard m³)                       Generated Energy (GWh)

                                                           Plant            08/09         07/08       Variance %
                                   69
68                                                  High Dam                10292         11371             (9.5)
65                                                  Aswan Dam 1              1575         1598              (1.4)
                                            63
62                                                  Aswan Dam 2              1797         1998              (10.1)
       60
                  59        59
59
                                                    Esna                     546           419              30.3
56
                                                    Naga Hamady*               -            3                 -
53
                                                    New Naga Hamady          472           121              290.1
50
      04/05     05/06      06/07   07/08   08/09           Total            14682        15510              (5.3)
                                                   * Naga Hamady 4.5 MW has ben Stopped in September 2007




        Hydro power is considered one of the cheapest and cleanest sources of power
        generation. In Egypt, the power generation from hydro resources started in
        1960, with the construction of Aswan Dam to control the Nile water discharge for
        irrigation. In 1967 the 2.1 GW High Dam hydro power plant was commissioned,
        followed by the commissioning of Aswan 2 power plant in 1985 and in cooperation
        with the Ministry of Water Resources and Public Works; Isna hydropower plant
        was commissioned in 1993 and Naga-Hamadi in year 2008. The share of hydro
        generation represents about 11.2% from total generation in 2008/2009.




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                                     Development of Hydro Generated Energy (GWh)
                          16000

                          15000                                                                           14682
                                                                                           15510
                          14000
                                                                            12925
                          13000           12644         12644

                          12000

                          11000

                          10000
                                           04/05         05/06               06/07         07/08           08/09

                                                      Hydro Power Indicators
                                                    New Naga
                Description                                            Esna              Aswan 1      Aswan 2              High Dam
                                                    Hammady
Total Discharge                (milliard m3)         41.034            44.193            31.543        32.567               62.407
Average fall                               (m)        5.09                 5.39           22.56           22.56             68.11
Efficiency                                 (%)        82.9                 84.2           81.4             89.4              88.4
Peak Load                                (MW)          71                  87              278             270               2265
Max. Daily Generated Energy (Gwh)                     1.7                   2              6.4             6.7               45.3
Min. Daily Generated Energy (Gwh)                     0.2                  0.8             1.9             2.85               12
Upstream water level at the end of the year (m)       65.8             78.85             109.68        109.68               173.79
Downstream water level at the end of the year (m)     61.9             74.74              89.32           89.32             109.25
                                          Fuel Saved Due to the Use of Hydro Power
                                     Item                                        04/05    05/06    06/07           07/08      08/09
Hydro Generated Energy                                           (Gwh)          12644    12644     12925           15510      14682

Gross Fuel Consumption Rate*                            (gm/kwh gen)            228.4    227.3     221.6           218.9      217.6

Amount of fuel Saved by using hydro energy                       (K toe)        2894      2874     2864            3395       3195

Value of fuel saved                                     (Million EGP)            527      523       527             685        581




*Without BOOTs Units .



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        Electricity Production




                                 Hydro Power Plants projects
The Hydro Power Plants Execution Authority and The Egyptian Electricity Holding Company are
coordinating in planning, preparation of feasibility studies and follow up the execution of the following
hydro power plant projects:
First : Projects Completed
• In year 1985, Aswan 2 power plant started operation with installed capacity of 4x67.5 MW.
• In year 1991, EL-Ezab , Fayoum was rehabilitated with installed capacity of 2x340 KW.
• In year 1994, Isna Barrage power plant started operation with installed capacity of 6x14.5 MW.
• In year 2003, a mini-hydro power plant started operation at EL Lahoun, Fayoum with installed
  capacity of 2x400 KW.
• In year 2008, New Nag Hammadi hydro power plant started operation with installed capacity of
  4x16 MW.




Second : Projects Under Construction

                                                                           Installed        Expected
             Project                            Statue                     capacity       commissioning
                                                                             (MW)             date


                                  The required Financing has been
New Assuit Barrage Hydro
                                  covered & the hydraulic modeling            32              Year 2016
Power Plant
                                  is under preparation.




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                                                       Fuel




  – With the increase in the Egyptian reserve of N.G., policy has been adopted to replace liquid
    fuel (H.F.O & L.F.O) by N.G due to its distinction apparent in the economical and environmental
    aspects.
  – Usage of N.G (Including BOOTs) in power plants connected to the gas grid reached (82.1%)
    in 2008/2009 representing (78 %) of total fuel consumption in the power plants.


                                          Fuel Consumption by Type*

                  Item                             08/09                    07/08                     Variance %


 H.F.O                        K tons              5321                      4774                        11.5

 N.G                        Million m³            23013                    21907                          5

 L.F.O                        K tons               5.37                      2.7                        98.9

 Special L.F.O                K tons               116                       102                        13.7

         Total                    K toe           24895                    23562                         5.7


* Including Fuel for commissioning tests, BOOTs and without isolated units.
* The Consumed fuel in BOOT Plants reached 3066 million m3 N.G. in addition to 83 K ton oil and the
   total toe is 2716 thousands.




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              ‫ الكهربائية‬Production
              Electricity ‫إنتاج الطاقة‬



                                             Fuel Consumption Development (K toe)
                              25000                                                                                        24895
                                                                                                       23562
                                                            21235                 22286
                              20000          19725


                              15000


                              10000


                                  5000


                                     0
                                           2004/2005      2005/2006          2006/2007             2007/2008          2008/2009

* Including fuel for commissioning tests , BOOTs and without isolated units.




                                                            Fuel Consumption

                      N.G Special                                                      k toe
                                      L.F.O H.F.O                                  7000
  Company            million L.F.O                   Total (K toe)
                                     (K ton) (K ton)
                      m³     (K ton)                                               6000
                                                                                               5403
Cairo                 5680           -      0.7    615          5403               5000                   4582
East Delta             3665         99      2.6    1297         4582                                                4155       4095      3944
                                                                                   4000
Middle Delta          4767         8.7       -     105          4155                                                                               2716
                                                                                   3000
West Delta             3268        8.6      0.7    1332         4095
                                                                                   2000
Upper Egypt            2568          -      1.4    1889         3944
Total of Production Comp. 19948   116.3     5.4    5238        22179               1000

BOOTs                 3066           -       -       83         2716                  0
                                                                                               Cairo     E. Delta   M. Delta W. Delta   U. Egypt   BOOTs
Total Fuel
Consumption 23014                  116.3    5.4    5321         24895




                                                  Fuel Consumption Rate (gm/KWh)



                       260

                       240              238.3
                                                       232.7*
                                   228.4                                   228*            225.8*
                                                  223.2*                                                         224.7*
                                                                  219.6*              217.3*               216.1*
                       220

                       200

                       180
                                    2004/2005      2005/2006        2006/2007             2007/2008          2008/2009



                                                           Gross             Net


 *Including fuel for commissioning tests , BOOTs and without isolated units.




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                     Development of Fuel Consumption in Power Plants (K toe)
Comp.                        Station            00/01   01/02   02/03      03/04   04/05   05/06   06/07   07/08   08/09

                   Shoubra El-Kheima (St)       1575    1686     1753      1673    1936    1849    1779    1700    1996
                   Cairo West         (St)       438     426      431       449     507     492     481     484     483
                   Cairo West Ext.    (St)       827     791      845       806     862     869     854     687     547
                   Cairo South 1    (CC)         794     711      792       807     808     830     811     773     792
    Cairo




                   Cairo South 2    (CC)         217     186      219       231     218     233     216     229     229
                   Cairo North      (CC)           -       -        -       520     650     880    1443    1561    1296
                   Wadi Hof            (G)        20       8       31         9      25      41      41      65      60
                   Tebbin             (St)        87      43      101        47      79       -       -       -       -
                   Tebbin              (G)         4       3       13         3      13      16       -       -       -
                   Ataka              (St)      1155    1053     1028      1136     977    1073     896    1076    1055
                   Abu Sultan         (St)       850     824      762       771     797     571     765     859     787
                   Suez               (St)        40       -       12         -       -       -       -       -       -
                   Suez                (G)         1     0.1      0.1       0.1       -       -       -       -       -
    East Delta




                   Shabab              (G)        33      25       75        35      42      56      29      38      43
                   Port Said           (G)         9       9       22        35      19      25       9      19      24
                   Arish              (St)       101     108      115       117     137     133     129     123     131
                   Oyoun Mousa        (St)       423     823      814       874     914     893     876     944     971
                   Damietta         (CC)        1442    1294     1476      1333    1422    1539    1507    1602    1467
                   Sharm El-Sheikh     (G)         -       -       25        26      32      30      27      50      49
                   El-Huraghda         (G)         -       -       17        12      20      26      17      51      55
                   Talkha           (CC)         414     346      381       389     427     433     368     419     463
                   Talkha steam210 (St)          525     487      525       521     632     616     525     577     609
                   Talkha steam       (St)        19     0.2       39         -       -       -       -       -       -
    Middle Delta




                   Talkha 750       (CC)           -       -        -         -       -       -     639     682     816
                   Nubaria 1,2      (CC)           -       -        -         -      31    1258    1366    1583    1670
                   Nubaria 3        (CC)           -       -        -         -       -       -       -       -     118
                   Mahmoudia        (CC)         405     386      389       410     428     440     436     437     473
                   Mahmoudia           (G)        32      19       41        23      29      11       2       3       2
                   El-Atf           (CC)           -       -        -         -       -       -       -       -       2
                   Kafr El-Dawar      (St)       366     376      427       456     478     606     668     724     810
                   Damanhour Ext. 300 (St)       380     211      412       405     333     411     417     446     444
                   Damanhour          (St)       172     195      263       267     294     273     270     284     326
                   Damanhour         (CC)        189     177      186       215     230     217     192     229     231
    West Delta




                   Abu Kir            (St)      1065     925      797       882    1097    1108    1133    1148    1283
                   El-Seiuf           (St)       181     131      151       143     172     124     170      58       -
                   El-Seiuf            (G)        25      14       28        16      41      38      16      39      61
                   Karmouz             (G)         1     0.1      0.3      0.03     1.6       2     0.44      2       2
                   Sidi Krir          (St)       680     765      757       815     831     730     809     871     839
                   Sidi Krir*       (CC)           -       -        -         -       -       -       -       -       6
                   Matroh             (St)        25      41       68        88     102     100      87      84      93
                   Walidia               (St)    611     674      781       602     588     556     640     452     782
    Upper Egypt




                   Assiut                (St)    148     152      155       160     163     160     163     166     158
                   Kuriemat              (St)   1050    1489     1335      1480    1689    1806    1688    1755    1965
                   Kuriemat 2*         (CC)        -       -        -         -       -       -    323.1   750      773
                   Kuriemat 3*         (CC)        -       -        -         -       -       -       -       -     266
                      Total                     14304   14377   15267      15261   17028   18448   19689   20969   22179
                   Sidi krir 3 , 4      (St)      -      417     946        936     926     943     786     886     959
 Private Sector




                   Suez Gulf North West (st)      -       -      361        903     905     931     859     873     892
    (BOOT)




                   Potr said East       (st)      -       -       92        896     866     913     862     834     865
                   Total BOOTs                    -      417     1399      2735    2697    2787    2597    2593    2716

                         Grand Total            14304   14794   16666      17996   19725   21235   22286   23562   24895
                     * The Fuel Consumption includes commissioning tests
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                                         Isolated Power Plants
There are 34 power plant (mainly diesel and gas turbine units) and one 5MW wind farm in
Hurgeda installed in remote areas and connected to the distribution networks of such areas.



           Installed Capacity and Energy Generated from Isolated
                          Power Plants 2008/2009

                                    Number of          Installed                      Energy(GWh)
            Company
                                      plants         capacity (MW)                Gross           Net
    East Delta Prod. Comp.                1                22.4                    0.32                0.09

    Canal Dist. Comp.*                   20                165.3                   212.4              208.7

    El-Behera Dist. Comp.                 5                17.55                   36.30               34.4

    Middle Egypt Dist. Comp.              7                43.68                   22.18               21.0

    Upper Egypt Dist. Comp.**             1                 2.7                    0.034              0.031

               Total                     34                251.7                  271.20             264.221

  * There is wind farm with installed capacity 5 MW in Hurgeda not connected to the Network
  ** The Abu-Simble unit in upper Egypt Dist. Comp. works as stand-by.




                                       Fuel Consumption Rate
                                                           Fuel Consumption                               Fuel
                                                                                                      Consumption
             Company                   H.F.O          Special               L.F.O             N.G      Rate (Gen)
                                      (k.ton)       L.F.O (k.ton)          (k.ton)            M.m3      (gm/kwh)

    East Delta Prod. Comp.                -                -               0.168               -         540.92

    Canal Dist. Comp.                     -              25.7                24               28          361.1

    El-Behera Dist. Comp.                 -                -                9.4                -          263.6

    Middle Egypt Dist. Comp.              -                -                5.2                -          253.6

    Upper Egypt Dist. Comp.               -                -                0.01               -          341.6

               Total                      -              25.7               38.8              28         337.39




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                  Disseminating the Use of New & Renewable Energy

• Within the framework of the Energy Strategy
  of Egypt, the strategy of the power sector
  has focused on the diversification of the
  use of fuel resources, promoting the use
  of renewable energy and rational use of
  conventional energy resources.
• Egypt is endowed with abundance of wind
  energy resources especially in Suez Gulf
  area which considered one of the best sites
  in the world due to high and stable wind
  speeds.
• The West of Suez Gulf Zone is the most
  promising sites to construct large wind farms due to high wind speeds which ranges between
  8-10 meter/second in average and also due to the availability of large un- inhabitant desert area.
• Also there are other promising sites having wind speeds in the range of 7-8 meters/second in the
  East and West of river Nile near Beni Sweif and Menia Governorates and El-Kharga 0asis in New
  Valley Governorate.
• New and Renewable Energy Authority(NREA) ,responsible of disseminating the use of new and
  renewable energy resources in Egypt ,in cooperation with the leading countries in wind energy,
  succeeded to became one of the leaders in renewable energy in the region and installed 425 MW
  of wind capacity until 30/6/2009.
• EEHC cooperates with NREA, through the following:
1) Generation planning taking into consideration the contribution of the renewable energy.
2) Network planning to ensure the capability of power transfer from the renewable projects.
3) Purchase energy generated from wind farms at reasonable price to encourage the use of
   renewable energy.



                                                                       GWH                Generated Energy
                                                                        1000
                                                                                                                            931
       Item         04/05 05/06 06/07 07/08 08/09                         900
                                                                                                                 831
                                                                          800
                                                                          700
 Installed                                                                                             616
                                                                          600                552
 Capacity*           140       183      225       305      425                     523
                                                                          500
 (MW)
                                                                          400
                                                                          300
 Generated                                                                200
 energy              523       552      616       831      931            100
 (GWh)                                                                      0
                                                                                 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009

* There is wind farm with installed capacity 5 MW connected to Canal distribution Network.




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            Renewable Energy Expansion Plan up to year 2011/2012

First: Wind Energy
In April 10, 2007, The Supreme Energy Council in Egypt
adopted a resolution on an ambitious plan aiming at
increasing the contribution of renewable energy to reach
20% of total energy generated in 2020(8% hydro &12%
wind).This target will be achieved by private sector
participation in financing,building,owning and operating
wind farms in Egypt so that the total instolled capacity of
wind energy reaches 7200 MW by year 2020.

This target will be met by scaling up wind energy
capacities to reach 7200 MW in year 2020 producing
about 31 billion kWh yearly reslting in annual fuel saving
of about seven million ton of oil equivalent and 17 million ton CO2 emission reductions.
On May 14, 2009 EETC issued a Request for Prequalification, (RFPQ), inviting independent power
producers/developers to submit their qualifications to build, own, and operate (BOO) a 250MW Wind
Power Plant on a predetermined site on the shores of the Gulf of Suez. The project company formed
by the Winning Bidder is required to design, finance, build, own, and operate a wind power plant for
a term of (20-25) years. In August 2009, 34 consortiums comprised from International developers
,wind manufacturers and local construction companies submitted their qualifications . The evaluation
of the qualifications has been finalized and a short list of ten consortiums was announced in October
2009. It is intended to have the Wind Power Project operational by December 2013.

Several wind projects with total capacity of 1040 MW are underdevelopment as follows:
Gabal El Zeit                   420 MW
West of River Nile              200 MW
Suez Gulf                       300 MW
Private Investements            120 MW

Second: Solar Energy
The first solar thermal power plant at Kuriemat
with total installed capacity of 140MW
of which 20MW is the capacity of solar
component and using hybrid solar, combined
cycle technology is under construction. The
power plant is financed from the Global
Environmental Facility and the Japan Bank
for International Development.

Commercial operation of the power plant is
scheduled to be mid 2010 with estimated
total energy generated of 852 GWh/year.



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                                  Electric Power Transmission
Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC)

Objectives:
1. Management, operation and maintenance of electric
   power transmission grids on Extra and High Voltages
   all over the country, with the optimal economic usage
   of those grids.
2. Organization of the energy transmission on extra and
   high voltage grids all over the country through the
   National Dispatch Center and the Regional Control
   Centers.
3. Purchase of electric power produced from the power
   plants according to the needs and selling it to the
   consumers on the extra and high voltages and to the
   Electricity Distribution Companies.
4. Co-ordination with the production and distribution companies for providing electric energy on the various
   voltages for all uses with high efficiency.
5. Co-operation with the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company in preparing technical and economical studies
   to meet the demand on electricity and its stability.
6. Implementation of electric power transmission projects on extra and high voltages approved by EEHC
   Management and in accordance with the time schedules.
7. Implementation of the interconnection projects approved by EEHC Board of Directors, exchange of electric
   power with other power grids interconnected to the Egyptian Grid.
8. Carry out demand forecast for its direct customers as well as the financial and economic forecasts for the
   company.
9. Carry out all other works or activities related to fulfilling the company’s objectives as well as any work that
   may be entrusted to it within its scope of work.
10. Carry out any work that may be entrusted to it by other party, within its scope of work, so as to realize
    economical benefit to the company.


   Company            Geographical zone          Headquarter              Address                     Tel

 Egyptian           Electricity Transmission
 Electricity        Grids on Extra and High                        Abbassia - Nasr City        02 - 22618 579
                                                      Cairo
 Transmission       Voltage all over the                           P.Code 11517                02 - 26843 824
 Company            Country


Total number of shares                   : 4311160 share
Total Equity Capital                     : 4311.160 million EGP




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                          Transmission Network Statistics (30/06/2009)




Total Transformers Capacities (MVA)
                                                                          MVA
         Zone             500 k.v 220 k.v 132 k.v       66 k.v   33 k.v   40000
                                                                                                           36222
                                                                          35000
Cairo                      1500       8775      -       12653      -
                                                                          30000            29688
Canal                      1750       6778      -       5848       -
                                                                          25000
Delta                       -         3625      -       5388       -
                                                                          20000
Alexandria & West
                            -         5085      -       6504       -
Delta
                                                                          15000
Middle Egypt               2910       2400     861      2760      838
                                                                          10000
                                                                                    7765
Upper Egypt                1605       3025     2606     3069      936
                                                                           5000
                                                                                                    3467
                                                                                                                     1774
         Total             7765       29688    3467     36222    1774         0                                                     k.v
                                                                                    500    220      132      66         33



Total Transmission Lines and cables (km)

    Zone           500 k.v 400 k.v 220 k.v 132 k.v 66 k.v 33 k.v
                                                                               Km
                                                                          18000                                   17515

Cairo               212           -     1211        -    2732      -
                                                                          16000                    15647


Canal               409         33      4999        -    3345      -      14000

                                                                          12000
Delta                 -           -     1546        -    3278      -
                                                                          10000
Alexandria &
                    217           -     3372        -    3607      -       8000
West Delta
                                                                           6000
Middle Egypt        885           -     2312    1175     2319    1302
                                                                           4000
                                                                                                                             2838
                                                                                    2479                   2504
Upper Egypt         756           -     2207    1329     2234    1536
                                                                           2000

                                                                                            33
    Total           2479        33     15647    2504     17515   2838         0
                                                                                                                                        k.v
                                                                                    500    400     220     132     66         33




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                               International Electrical Interconnection

 The Egyptian power sector since more than twenty five years was keen to improve its performanc
 through diversification of electrical energy resources and adopting new policies for energy trade
 at regional and international levels .This could be achieved through several axes of electrical
 interconnection with Arab, African and European countries as follows:.

 1. The Axis of Integrated Arab Electrical Interconnection
 • The following interconnections are in operation:
   Electrical Interconnection Egypt-Libya           5/1998
   Electrical Interconnection Egypt-Jordan          10/1998
   Electrical Interconnection Syria-Jordan          3/2000
   Electrical Interconnection Syria-Lebanon         4/2009
   This has lead to the interconnection between the transmission systems of, Syria, Jordan, Egypt
   and Libya.
                                                                 GWh
                                                                 1100                                                  1022
                                                                 1000    959         945
          Description               Libya Jordan Syria Lebanon    900
                                                                                                           814
                                                                  800
 Interconnection voltage K.V        220    400   400    400
                                                                  700
 Solod &Exported Energy (GWh)        70    638   186    128       600                            557
                                                                  500
 Purchased & Imported Energy(GWh)   111    13     2       -       400

•includes in- kind exchange                                       300
                                                                                                                 251
                                                                  200          179                   208
                                                                                           168
                                                                                                                          126
                                                                  100
                                                                  ‫صفر‬
                                                                        2005/2004    2006/2005 2007/2006   2008/2007 2009/2008

                                                                               Purchased &inported         Sold & Exported


 • In the framework for completing the interconnection system between the eight Arab Mashrequ
   Countries (Egypt, Jordan Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Iraq, Turkey, and Palestine) ,the 400 KV
   interconnection between Syria and Lebanon was commissioned in April,2009 and an agreement
   that Egypt exports 450 MW of power to Jordan ,Syria and Lebanon, divided equally between them,
   was reached . Also an exchange of power agreement was signed between Egypt and Lebanon in
   February 2009.

 • As for the interconnection between Mashrequ and Arab Maghreb countries(Libya ,Tunisia, Algeria
   and Morocco), bending on the success of the second commissioning tests for the interconnection
   line Libya -Tunisia which is planned by the end of this year, the interconnection between Arab
   Mashrequ and Arab Maghreb countries will be achieved.

 • In the framework of achieving the Integrated Arab Electrical Interconnection, the techno-economic
   feasibility study for the interconnection between the Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia and Egypt has been
   completed. The study concluded the feasibility of exchange of power up to 3000 MW between the
   two countries. The implementation of this project will lead to an integrated interconnection between
   Maghreb Arab Countries, Mashrequ Arab Countries and the Countries of Gulf Cooperation Council;
   this represents 98% of total generation capacities of the Arab Countries.


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2. The Axis of African Electrical Interconnection:
• Since the beginning of the nineties, Egypt in cooperation with the African Development Bank
  studied the possibilities of electrical energy trade between African countries and Europe and a
  techno-economic feasibility study for the interconnection between Aswan in Egypt and Inga Dam
  in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) passing through Central Africa and Sudan to transmit 40
  GW of hydro power generated from Inga to North Africa and Europe was conducted.
• Egypt-represented by MOEE- participating in the Nile basin initiative and techno-economic feasibility
  study for electrical energy trade between the Eastern Nile Basin Initiative (Egypt, Ethiopia, and
  Sudan) completed in December 2008. The study concluded the feasibility of exporting 3200 MW
  from Ethiopia to Sudan (1200MW) and to Egypt (2000MW).
• Moreover, Egypt is a member of the East Africa Energy Forum comprising nine countries (Egypt,
  Ethiopia, Sudan, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Uganda, Democratic republic of Congo)
  in addition to its effective participation in the committees and meetings of the African Union for
  Production and Distribution of Electrical Energy(UPDEA) comprising more than fifty African
  countries.


3. The Axis of Electrical Interconnection with Europe:
Through Egypt`s participation in the Observatoire Mediterranean de l’Energie (OME) and the Study
Committee for the electrical interconnection of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Countries,
discussions are on the way to study the interconnection between Egypt and Greece.
The study aims at achieving the interconnection with the European network and exporting renewable
energy (Solar and Wind) from Egypt to Europe.
Accordingly, Egypt will become the focal and central point for electrical energy trade between
Countries of Gulf Cooperation Council, Arab Mashrequ, Arab Maghreb, Nile Basin countries and
Europe.


              Future Vision for Regional Electrical Interconnection
Study for upgrading the interconnection with Arab Maghreb Countries through Libya to 500/400 kV
has been finalized in April, 2004.
The study final report was presented to the concerned countries (ELTAM) , and it was agreed to
implement the recommended projects for repowering the national networks (500/400KV) of Egypt
and Arab Maghreb Countries according to the following time schedule.
1. Libya will finalize the construction of the 400KV lines before year 2010.
2. Egypt will finalize the construction of the 500KV Sidi Krir / El Saloom line and El Saloom 500 KV
   substation by year 2012.




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                                 Control Centers
               For Ultra High, High and Medium Voltage Networks

In order to achieve the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) main goal of ensuring
availability and stability of electricity supply to all consumers, industrial, commercial, irrigation and
residential, a fast recovery of power interruptions and reduction of the rate of interruptible power
supply is required .To achieve this ,EEHC introduced the most up-to-date automatic control systems
applied in developed countries to control the operation of its national power grid by designing a
pyramidal control systems headed by National Control Center(NCC) responsible of generating units
dispatch and operational control of ultra high voltage(UHV) 500KV&22OKV networks, followed by
Regional Control Centers(RCC) responsible of operational control of high voltage (HV) 132&66KV
transmission networks and then the Distribution Control Centers (DCC)responsible of the operation
of medium voltage network.

1. National Control Center (NCC):
National Control Center (NCC) has been established since April 1983- several upgrades and
renovations had been implemented since that date using the most up to date technology -to monitor,
control, operate and dispatch the generating units and the UHV (500KV, 220KV) transmission network
to ensure security of supply all over Egypt with optimum economic efficiency and safety.
In 1999, the NCC has been upgraded and extended with an Exchange Control Center to operate in
case of emergencies.

2. Regional Control Centers (RCCs):
  The Regional Control Centers (RCCs) moitor,operate and control the HV networks . RCCs
exchange with NCC all data and information required for the security of supply computer package
to ensure safety operation of the UHV and HV networks. These data are communicated through
communication channels coordinating between the NCC and the RCCs.
The following Regional Control Centers have been established:
• Alexandria Regional Control Center to control the 66KV network in Alexandria , started operation
   in November 2001.
• Cairo Regional Control Center to control the 66KV network in Cairo , started operation in
   September 2002.
• Naga-Hamadi Regional Control Center to control 132KV substations in Upper Egypt , started
   operation in 1988;
• Canal Regional Control Center to control the 66KV network in Canal Zone , started operation in
   January 2002.
• West of Delta Regional Control Center to control the 66KV network in West of Delta, started
   operation in July 2007.




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      Electric Power Tranmission




3. Distribution Control Centers (DCCs):
Also the following Distribution (Medium Voltage) Control Centers annexed to the distribution
companies have been established:
• Cairo North Distribution Control Center .
• Cairo South Distribution Control Center.
• Alexandria Distribution Control Center .
• Canal Distribution Control Center .
• Middle Egypt Distribution Control Center .
• North Delta Distribution Control Center.
• South Delta Distribution Control Center.
The main responsibilities of the Distribution Control Centers in Medium Voltage Network:
• Quickly locate the place and reason of any interruption in the network which results in reduction
  of outage time.
• Frequently monitor the loading of the distribution equipment and the status of the connection and
  disconnection equipment.
• Record the sequence of restoration of any network interruption and give notice of any faced
  problems.
• Programming of the regular maintenance schedules.
• Monitor and Control the external locations (distributors and kiosks)and main substations by using
  the most up to date computer software and hardware for example(fault analysis, load forecast,
  system losses analysis and redistribution of loads on medium voltage feeders).


                                                    National Energy Control Center

                                                                                                     Back up Control
                                                                                                         Center

      Cairo regional               Alex. Regional       Canal regional            West Delta regional                       Nag-Hamadi
                                                                                    control Center                        regional control
      control center               control center       control Center                                                         center



  North Cairo      South Cairo                 Alex. Supervision              Ismailia Supervision                                Minya
 control center   control center                control Center                   control Center                                 Supervision
                                                                                                                               control center

  El-Helmia          26 July
                                        West        Middle         East   New cities         El-Ismailia
  Shoubra            Helwan                                                                                                    Minya      Minya
                                                                                                                 Assiut         (2)        (1)
     East           El-Haram
  El-Obour
                    6 October
                                                                                       North Delta control           South Delta control
    New-            El-Dokki
    Cairo                                                                                    center                        center
                    El-Maadi

                    Reaf El-Giza




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                                       Electric Power Distribution

Distribution Companies
l   North Cairo Electricity Distribution Company
l   South Cairo Electricity Distribution Company
l   Alexandria Electricity Distribution Company
l   El-Behera Electricity Distribution Company
l North    Delta Electricity Distribution Company
l   South Delta Electricity Distribution Company
l   Canal Electricity Distribution Company
l   Middle Egypt Electricity Distribution Company
l   Upper Egypt Electricity Distribution Company




Objectives:
1- Distributing and selling to customers on medium and low voltages, electric power purchased from the
   Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company and from the Egyptian Electricity Production Companies on
   medium voltage, and also electric power purchased from industrial and other IPP’s exceeding their needs,
   provided that the approval of EEHC Board is obtained.
2- Managing, operating and maintaining medium and low voltage grids in the company, in compliance with the
   dispatch centers instructions as to fit for economic operation requisites.
3- Preparing forecast Plan studies on loads and energy for customers of the company and economic and
   financial forecasts for the company.
4- Conducting studies, researches, designs, and implementing electrical projects for different purposes on the
   medium and low voltages, and carrying out all associated works.
5- Managing, operating and maintaining isolated units.
6- Carrying out any other works or activities related to or fulfilling the company’s objectives, in addition to any
   other work that may be entrusted to the company by EEHC, within its scope of work.
7- Carrying out other works entrusted to the Company by other party, within its scope of work, so as to realize
   an economic benefit for the company.




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                   Information about Disrtibution Companies
                                                             No. of     Equity
Company           Geographical zone           Headquarter               Captial         Address               Tel.
                                                             Shares    million EGP
                 North and East Cairo
              Sectors-Cairo Governorate,
                 New Cairo,Helwan,El-                                                  4 Nasr Road        02/22725095
North Cairo                                      Cairo      17368500   173.685
               Obour, Khanka, Shoubra                                                     Cairo           02/22724409
              Elkhima, Elcanater-Kalupya
                     Governorate

              South Sectors Cairo, Cairo
  South       Governorate, Giza, Helwan                                              53, 26th July St.,   02/25766612
                                                 Cairo      25348800   253.488
  Cairo        (Exept New Cairo) & 6 of                                                   Cairo           02/25759121
                October Governorates


                                                                                        9 Sedi El-
              Alexandria Governorate, to                                                                   03/ 3911967
Alexandria                                    Alexandria    19544350   195.444         Metwalli St.,
              Kilo 66 Alex- Matrouh Road                                                                   03/3933223
                                                                                         Attarien



               Ismailia , PortSaid , Suez,                                           Osman Ahmed
                  Sharkia, North Sinai,                                              Osman Square, 064/33208240
  Canal                                         Ismailia    25223487   252.235
                 South Sinai & Red Sea                                               El-Sheikh zayad 064/33209600
                     Governorates                                                        Ismailia


                                                                                      Abd El Salam
               Dekahlia, Damietta & Kafr                                             Aref St., adjacent 050/2304186
North Delta                                   El Mansoura 21359723     213.597
                El-Sheikh Governorates                                                  to Stadium,     050/2304187
                                                                                         Mansoura


                 Kalubya (Exept Great
  South        Cairo), Menoufia (Expet El                                              Tanta-Seberbay    040/3455516
                                                 Tanta      22274638   222.746
  Delta         Sadat City Elkhatatba) &                                             Kafr El Sheikh Road 040/3455519
                 Gharbia Governorates


              El Behera, Matrouh, Beyond
                 K66 Alex/Matroh Road                                                1 Gomhorya St.,
                                                                                                          045/3318030
El Behera      Governorates, Sadat City &     Damanhor      13200313   132.003        Thanawi Zone,
                                                                                                          045/3324399
              Khatatba Distriet in Menoufia                                              Behera
                     Governorates


                  Beni Suif, Fayoum,
  Middle                                                                              78 Horrya St.,      086/2353527
               Minia, Assiut & New Vally         Minia      17688702   176.887
  Egypt                                                                                   Minia           086/2346733
                     Governorates




  Upper        Sohag, Qena, Aswan and                                                High Dam – West 097/3480416
                                                Aswan       12993900   129.939
  Egypt          Luxor Governorates                                                       Aswan      097/3480317




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                     Medium and Low Voltage Network in 30/06/2009
Item                        North   South                   North   South   El   Middle   Upper
                                            Alex.   Canal                                          Total
                 Comp.      Cairo   Cairo                   Delta   Delta Behera Egypt    Egypt

No. of M V
                             330     313    184     1028    142     103    228    108      95      2531
Switchboards


                  Lines      515    2874    579     13666   9552    7370   12417 15028 10007      72008

Length of M V
                 Cables 13257 16772         9160    15054   4799    3043   3760   4323    4967    75135
network(km)

                  Total     13772 19646     9739    28720 14351 10413 16177 19351         14974   147143


                  Lines     2737    4433    2601    27900 21557 17313 14317 31511 28119           150488

Length of LV
                 Cables 28374 29860         5473    12617   2582    735    2070   1253    1446    84410
Network(km)

                  Total     31111   34293   8074    40517 24139 18048 16387 32764 29565           234898

Total length of MV &
LV Lines & Cables           44883 53939 17813 69236 38490 28461 32564 52116 44539                 382041
(Km)
                 (No.)      13932 17627     6815    25249 14299 13987 17460 19161 17586           145816
Distribution
Transformers
                 (MVA)      10577 10975     4015    9546    3900    3375   3693   3863    3719    53664

Number of LV Pillars
                            35395 52056     6815    18738 15868 13773 19965 12275 18769           193654
and Panels




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                             Number of Customers in Distribution Companies

                                              4500000
                            No. of            4000000
   Company                Customers
                                              3500000
North Cairo               3345288
South Cairo               4253916             3000000
Alexandria                1993332             2500000
Canal                     2835146             2000000
North Delta               2790669             1500000
South Delta               3133764             1000000
El-Behera                 1563537             500000
Middle Egypt              2703051                   0
Upper Egypt               2075122                          ro


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                         Number of Customers According to Purpose of Usage
                                                                                                                  Commerical 5.9%
                                                                                                                                Closed and
  Purpose of                No. of                                                                                            Postponded 8.5%
    Usage                 Customers
                                                                                                                                           Other 1.8%
Industry                   621022
                                                                                                                                            Zero reading 6.7%
Agriculture                79179
Gov.& Public Utilities     181319
                                                                                                                                                 Industry 2.5 %
Residential                18128353
                                                                                                                                                 Agriculture 0.3%
Commercial                 1461513
Closed and postponed       2110310                            Residendial                                                                        Gov. & Public
Other                      446182                               73.5%                                                                            Utilities 0.8%

Zero reading               1665947

      Total               24693825



  Energy Sold from Distribution Companies According to Purpose of Usage
                         (Medium and low Voltage)
                                                                                                              Commerical
                                                                                                 Other          3.3%

                                        Quantity                                                 6.1%
 Purpose of Usage
                                      GWh        %

Industry                              18695             20.4
                                                                                 Industry
Agriculture                           3738              4.1                       20.4%                                                              Residendial
                                                                                                                                                       47.8%
Gov. Sector & Public Utilities        16697             18.3
Residential                           43811             47.8
Commercial Shops                      3057              3.3                       Agriculture
                                                                                    4.1%
Other                                 5629              6.1
                                                                                 Gov. Sector & Public Utilities
                                                                                           18.3%
              Total                   91627             100




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                                    Development of Customers Services
Development of customer service centers:
Distribution companies set a plan for the development, renovation and automation of customers`
technical and commercial service centers in order to facilitate, improve and modernize the services
provided to their customers, the development included the following:

1. Renovation of Customer Service Centers Buildings:
   • Renovation of customer service centers buildings (painting, lighting, furniture and customers
     reception halls).
   • Explanatory instructions are placed everywhere on the walls of customers reception halls in
     commercial centers indicating the procedures and documents needed for each type of services.

2. Technical and Commercial Development of Customer Service Centers:
   • Automation of the services by computerizing all the processes of providing the services.
   • Simple forms for (new supply contracts, temporary connections, changing address, changing
      place of boxes….etc) including list of all required approvals from other entities are on the
      internet.
   • Automation of customer meter readings by using electronic meters .
   • Customer deals with one window.

The total number of customer service centers reached about 394 in the cities and 876 branches in
the villages in 2008/2009 compared to 359 centers and 872 branches in 2007/2008 .

Management reform of the centers:
In order to facilitate procedures for connecting
customers, Ministry of Electricity And Energy prepared
the following:
1. five forms for public services:
    • Request for connecting electricity to buildings
       (all types of usages).
    • Request for meter testing and calibration.
    • Request for disconnecting the meter.
    • Request for obtaining information about customer
       consumption.
    • Request for the installation of power factor
       correction devices.
These Forms are on the internet site (www.edara.gov.eg).
2. Directory for connecting electricity to investment
    projects was issued; it includes all steps, procedures, documents, fees and approvals needed ,
    also an official representative of the Ministry of Electricity and liaison officers for the transmission
    and distribution companies were assigned to the complex of investment authority in Cairo , in
    order to finalize all required procedures for investors.
The Directory is on the Web Site (www.egyptera.org).

3. Directory for connecting electricity to housing buildings in urban and rural areas including rules for
   defining the total area of the house and the design capacity according to the building houses living
   standard in rural, urban and districts .It also included all procedures ,documents, and approvals
   needed for connecting electricity to any house and the bases for calculating the connection fees, the
   time schedule for connection and the conditions for the availability and specifications of a room for
   the installation of a distribution transformer. The Directory is on the Web Site (www.egyptera.org).
The use of insulated conductors instead of un-insulated conductors:
Great care has been given to change un-insulated low voltage conductors by insulated conductors,
without any additional cost on customers, in order to protect the customers from fire dangers .The total
length of the insulated conductors installed in the distribution network reached about 357 thousand
Km in 30/6/2009 representing 62% of the total low voltage network in distribution companies .


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                                                                Ministry of Electricity & Energy
                                                                Egyptian Electricity Holding Company
        Electricity Distribution




              Ensuring High Level of Quality, Availability and Continuity
                        of Supply to Distribution Customers

The following procedures have been taken to improve continuity of supply indices :
• Analysis of the causes in case of increased un-planned interruptions and relate it to network
  renovation and rehabilitation plans.
• Follow-up the implementation of maintenance programs to insure optimizations of interruption
  of supply time and at the same time implementation of the maintenance procedures with high
  quality.
• Insure high quality of the services provided by the call centers in case of interruptions.
• Intensive field inspections and data collection for interruptions, these data are compared with the
  recorded data to check for accuracy.
• The use of automatic restoration devices for overhead lines with high interruption rates, this
  system enables quick restoration for minor faults and help in locating the place of major faults,
  resulting in reducing restoration time and number of interuptions.
• Setting annual plan for the rehabilitation and extension of system components in order to meet
  the growth of demand and reduce interruption rates. In addition to the implementation of the
  most up-to-date maintenance and rehabilitation procedures for power plants, transmission and
  distribution networks.

Supply of electricity to slum areas and building constructed illegally:
Upon the guidance of H.E the President of the republic, and the approval of the cabinet dated
26/10/2005 for supplying electricity to slum areas, and the Council of Governors approval for
supplying electricity to illegally constructed buildings on November first,2005.
 Ministry of Electricity and Energy set a plan starting from 1/1/2006 to supply the slums and illegally
constructed buildings in stages.
Status of electricity supply to slum areas and illegally constructed buildings till the first of October
2009 :
a) Slum areas:
• Electricity were supplied to 410 thousand households representing 99.6% of the number who
   paid the supply cost in the first stage (connecting the households near the source of supply).
• Electricity were supplied to 29.4 thousand households (connecting the households far from
   the source of supply) representing 97% of the number who paid the supply cost in the second
   stage.
b) Illegally constructed buildings:
• 530.4 thousand requests were received from the owners of the buildings, approval for connecting
   electricity to 430 thousand requests was received from the Governorates, 338.4 thousands were
   connected representing 99.4% of the number paid the supply cost.

Trace- passes on transmission lines right of way:
• Due to continuous habitat extensions and the construction of buildings in the safety distances
   of the right of way of overhead transmission lines, and in order to secure the structures and
   personnel, electricity companies periodically register the routs of transmission lines with trace
   passes on the safety distances in their right of way to be included in the companies` plans to
   change the overhead lines to cables or change the line routs.
• Governorates were requested to finance these changes.
• Some of the over head transmission lines with trace-passes already replaced by underground
   cables or their right of way changed to be out side the inhabitant area, coordination with governorate
   is going on to complete the changes required in the network to cure the rest of the trace-passes.


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        Electricity Distribution




        Initiatives of the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company in the Field
                        of Energy Efficiency and Conservation

The electricity sector in Egypt is doing a great effort to supply electricity to all its customers with a
high degree of reliability, availability, responding to the social and economical country development
plan.
With the rapid increase of energy demand during the last two decades, a crucial importance was
implied in the energy policy decisions to improve efficiency on supply and demand sides due to its
direct impact towards improving environmental conditions through reducing the long-term growth of
Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from electric power generation

Within this context, the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company has implemented several studies and
projects in the field of energy efficiency improvement and conservation where several actions have
been taken and many impacts have been achieved through the following:.

1- Energy Efficiency Legislations :
EEHC, in cooperation with the Egyptian Organization for Standardization (EOS) have, successfully
developed the energy efficiency standards and energy labels for seven of the most market-penetrated
appliances in Egypt, namely, room air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers, clothes washing machines,
electric water heaters, electronic ballasts and compact fluorescent lamps. Ministerial decrees
have been issued to enforce these standards as well as the energy efficiency labels on all locally
manufactured and imported equipment, Energy efficiency standards have also been developed for
the efficient motors and distribution transformers.
An accredited energy efficiency testing laboratory has been established at the New and Renewable
Energy Authority (NREA) to support the national energy efficiency standards and labeling program
to conduct energy efficiency tests on all these appliances.

EEHC in cooperation with the Housing and Building Research Center (HBRC) of the Ministry of
Housing has developed energy efficiency building codes for residential and commercial buildings,
moreover has introduced a new activity for the development of an energy efficiency building code for
the administrative buildings as a result of a study prepared by the Ministry of Electricity and Energy
to improve energy efficiency in Egyptian governmental buildings.
The developed codes gives minimum performance standards for building windows and openings,
natural ventilation and thermal comfort, ventilating and air conditioning equipment, natural and
artificial lighting and electric power.
In 2006, 2008 Ministerial Decrees have been issued by the Ministry of Housing Utilities & Urban
Communities for the enforcement of the Residential and Commercial Buildings Energy Efficiency
Code

2- Energy Efficiency Improvement in Residential Sector:
Lighting is the largest electricity user especially in the residential sector, to activate the diffusion
of efficient lighting among customers, EEHC through the electricity distribution companies has
implemented a program for selling Compact Fluorescent Lamps(CFL) to their customers through
facilitating the payment of it`s price in eighteen installments to be added to the electricity bills with a
guarantee period of 18 months where more than 600 thousand lamps have been sold through this
program. Moreover the Ministry of Electricity and Energy has embarked on an ambitious program
for a larger dissemination of the CFLs where 6.2 million lamps have been sold through the electricity
distribution companies at half of their prices. The annual achieved savings are expected to reach
730 MKWh and a load decrease of 400 MW, thus reducing the needed investments for construction
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                                                                Egyptian Electricity Holding Company
       Electricity Distribution




 3- Energy Conservation in Governmental buildings:
The governmental buildings consume around 5% of the total energy consumed by the country. A
study conducted by the Ministry of Electricity and Energy, has developed a list of energy conservation
opportunities economically feasible and technically proven to be applied in the governmental
buildings, Therefore a decision was taken by the Ministry of Electricity and Energy to implement
energy efficiency projects in governmental buildings through an ambitious program under execution
by the electricity distribution companies starting by administrative buildings belonging to the Ministry,
where energy efficiency projects have been implemented in more than 450 buildings up to June
2009 mainly efficient lighting projects and power factor improvement.
Projects are also implemented by the distribution companies in customers administrative buildings
located in the geographical area of each distribution company, .this is achieved through providing
technical assistance, conducting energy efficiency audits and implementing energy efficiency projects
where the cost will be reimbursed to the distribution companies through installments.67 projects
have been implemented up to June 2009.
Memorandum of understanding has been signed with governmental entities to implement energy
efficiency projects in their buildings and increase awareness of their employees on energy efficiency
concept.
Other Ministries have implemented energy efficiency projects in their buildings such as the Ministry
of Irrigation where 20% savings have been achieved through efficient lighting application.
The Ministry of Electricity and Energy has also conducted several training sessions to employees
of different ministries and localities in the field of energy efficiency to assist appointment of energy
managers in governmental buildings.

4- Energy Efficiency Improvement in Street Lighting:
A techno economical study has been implemented by the Ministry of Electricity and Energy for
replacing inefficient lamps by compact fluorescent lamps and use of digital electronic ballasts to
manage the intensity of street lighting according to the needs, the study has concluded the possibility
of decreasing the street lighting load by 450 MW
Based on the recommendations of the Supreme Energy Council, the Ministry of Electricity and Energy
in cooperation with the local authorities and the Ministry of Finance has conducted a survey for the
number and different types of lamps used for street lighting all over the country to replace them by
high efficient lamps according to a decided plan and implementation program.

5- Increase Awareness and Cooperation with the Non Governmental Organizations
Many seminars have been conducted to increase awareness of end users on the importance of energy
efficiency, moreover encouraging Non Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) to raise awareness of
the end users as they have the direct contact with both end users and local authorities .
Technical as well as financial support have been provided to NGOs working in the field of energy
and environment through the Energy Efficiency Improvement Project implemented by the Egyptian
Electricity Company and the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) Small Grant Program to cover the
following activities :
− Trainings, capacity building for technicians in the field of efficient lighting.
− Holding seminars & workshops for public awareness of energy efficiency.
− Energy efficient projects implementation through revolving funds for CFL disseminations.
− Establish show rooms in the Head Quarter of NGOs for the illustration.
− Implementation of pilot projects for efficient street lighting.
More than eleven NGOs have benefited from the Grants offered by the GEF Small Grant Program.

6- Encouraging Local Manufacture of Efficient Equipment:
The EEHC has encouraged local manufacturers of CFLs by creating a market and providing technical
assistance through the energy efficiency standards and available testing laboratories leading to
increase on demand, quality improvement and price reduction of CFLs.


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Electricity for 2008/2009
             Human Resources



                                                   Human Resources

The Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) and its affiliated Companies depend on the human
resources as a main base to cope with the remarkable development in the production, distribution
and utilization of electrical power. The company is profoundly keen on developing basic skills and
upgrading capabilities of human resources to cope with the technological progress. In this context,
the following has been achieved:
                                                                                      item                    Number in 30/6/2009
1- Human resources
Total number of EEHC employees for the year                            Head Quarter                                  1933
2008/2009:                                                             Electricity Hospital*                         1136
                                                                                      Total                          3069
                                                                      * including shifts totaling to 441 workers

Production Companies                                                   Distribution Companies

 Cairo                                      5713                       North Cairo                                  11116
 East Delta                                 6019                       South Cairo                                  14341
 Middle Delta                               5699                       Alexandria                                   13279
 West Delta                                 7660                       Canal                                        16903
 Upper Egypt                                3282                       North Delta                                   8618
 Hydro Plants                               3533                       South Delta                                   9054
            Total                           31906                      El-Behera                                     7460
                                                                       Middle Egypt                                  9443
                                                                       Upper Egypt                                   7633
Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company   31307                                 Total                             97847
Total number of employees of EEHC and its affiliated companies                                   164129
2. Health Care:
EEHC is focusing its efforts on improving the performance of the electricity hospital, overcoming
work obstacles and achieving its economic operation. Efforts exerted are represented in rationalizing
expenses and improving service quality.
3. Training :
                                                           No. of
No.                           Item
                                                          Trainees
       Trainees working at the Holding company,
 1     the affiliated company and the Ministry of           51426
       Electricity and Energy
       Trainees from the Arab and African
 2                                                           886
       companies
       Summer training for college and High
 3                                                           2206
       Institutes students
       Co-Classes in cooperation with the
       Ministry of Education: (No. of graduates:)
 4     A) 3 years System                                     158
       B) 5 years System                                         22
       C) Mubarak- Cole System                               143
       Cooperation with faculty of engineering,
       Cairo university:
 5     1- Number of power plants Diploma                         11
       2- Number of Protection & Control                         10
          Diploma

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                                                            Ministry of Electricity & Energy
                                                            Egyptian Electricity Holding Company
        Human Resources




                                 Electricity Hospital

The Egyptian Electricity Holding
Company is keen to provide
health care to all its employees
and has therefore constructed
the electricity hospital which has
gained a high medical reputation
due to its competence and high
.expertise

Continuous efforts are exerted
to improve the quality of medical
services and develop the existing
facilities such as the Intensive
Care Unit, the Dialysis unit, the
Bronchoscope, the Endoscopy,
and introduce new ones such
as the MRI, thus achieving an
excellent medical service available
to patients from the power sector as
well as outside patients where a 24
hours service is available through
.consultants and specialists



The hospital is keen to ensure a good quality of services with a quick response to the requirements
of its patients to achieve their satisfaction




                              Number of surgical and Endoscopy                     External Clinics
 Number of beds
                                      operation rooms
        260                                                                                    30
                                                8

         Hospital Address: El Thawra Street- Almaza, Km 4.5 Cairo/Suez Road
                  Tel:02/ 22687843         Emergency:02/24149845




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Electricity for 2008/2009
           Commercial Activities




                                               Commercial Activities
Electricity Pricing:

The electricity tariff applied in Egypt is structured according to the following:

Supply Voltage levels :
price depends on the supply voltage level, where costs are calculated at the generation sent out and
network investement, operating and losses costs was added for each voltage level, resulting in increased
costs with the decrease in voltage level.

Purpose of consumption :
It is mainly an energy tariff, with exception to consumers supplied from medium vlotage and has peak
demand 500 KW, the tariff includes both demand charge and energy charge,
Tariff structure with ascending segments is applied to reidential and commercial consumers.
The social concern and conservation of energy has always been taken into consideration when setting the
electricity tariff in Egypt. The tariff applied to residential consumers is structured with ascending segments
which is known as life line tariff where monthly electricity bill is calculated by dividing the consumption on
the tariff segments. This sructure encouraged consumers with high consumption to conserve energy and
at the same time they subsidized part of the vulnerable consumers consumption.

Although the cost of service is increasing every year, the tariff applied to the first segment of residential
consumption (up to 50 KWh/month) represents 23% of total number of residential consumers is heavily
subsidized, 5 piaster’/kwh it covers less than 25% of cost of service to residential consumers and was
constant since 1993. Also residential consumption up to 730 kwh/month is subsidized

Many factors are affecting the increase of the cost of service, mainly:
• High growth rate of demand, energy consumption increased from 15.7 Twh in 1980/81 to 112 TWh in
  2008/2009 with an average annual increase fo 7.3%.
• High increase in investment costs to meet the high growth in peak demand due to the increase
  in international and local equipment cost for the construction of new power plants and associated
  networks. The investment reached about 13.2 billion EGP this year compared to average annual
  investments of about 4 billion EGP during the five year plan 2002-2007.
• The increase in foreign currencies exchange rate (EGP/$), fuel prices, operating expenses and wages.
• The increase in the share of thermal generation from 30% in 1975 to 88% in 2008/2009 against a
  constant hydro power production and the increase of fuel cost.

      M EGP
                                                                       Year             Subsidy M EGP
   4500                                               4336
   4000                                    3530
   3500                3016      3090                                2004/2005                 2711
   3000      2711
   2500                                                              2005/2006                3016
   2000
   1500                                                              2006/2007                3090
   1000
    500
      0
                                                                     2007/2008                3530
          2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008   2008/2009
                                                                     2008/2009                4336

The electricity tariff for the residential consumption in Egypt is by far less than the one applied in many
Arab countries such as Jordan, Algeria, Morocco and some African and Asian countries with the same
annual income level as Egypt, such as South Africa, Turkey, India and China.



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                                                                  Egyptian Electricity Holding Company
Commercial Activities


                                        Tariff Structure
    1- Power Service on Very High Voltage (Pt/KWh)
         Kima                                                                          4.7
         Metro- Ramsis                                                                 6.8
         Somed                                                                        27.3
         Other Consumers                                                              12.9
    2- Power Service on High Voltage (Pt/KWh)
         Metro - Toura                                                                11.34
         Other Consumers                                                              15.7

    3- Power Service on Medium & Low Voltage
       3/1- More than 500 KW
            * Demand Charge (LE/kw-month)                                              9.5
            * Energy Rates (pt/kWh)                                                   21.4
         3/2- Up to 500 KW
              a- Agriculture (Pt/KWh)                                                  11.2
                Annual Charge per fedan for Irrigation by groups (LE)                 135.2
              b- Other purposes(Pt/KWh)                                               25.0


     4-Residential :
     Description                                                                Price (Pt/KWh)
      1) First 50       kWh monthly                                                    5.0
      2) 51 - 200       kWh monthly                                                   11.0
      3) 201 - 350      kWh monthly                                                   16.0
      4) 351 - 650      kWh monthly                                                   24.0
      5) 651 - 1000     kWh monthly                                                   39.0
      6) More Than 1000 kWh monthly                                                   48.0


     5 - Commercial :
      Description                                                               Price (Pt/KWh)
      1) First 100           kWh monthly                                              24.0
      2) 101 - 250           kWh monthly                                              36.0
      3) 251 - 600           kWh monthly                                              46.0
      4) 601 - 1000          kWh monthly                                              58.0

      5) More Than 1000      kWh monthly                                              60.0


     6 - Public Lighting                                                              41.2

     • The price based on Power Factor 0.9

        Electricity Prices to Industries Subjected to Prime
        Minster Decree No 446 for year 2009 as of 1/2/2009
      1) Power Service on Very High Voltage                                          Pt/KWh
          A- Energy intensive industries (Iron - Cement - Fertlizers -                20.2
             Aluminum - Cupper - Petrochemicals ).
          B- Other Industries ( food - Textaile - Pharmaceutical Industries -         13.9
             Engineering - Glass - Ciramic - Chemicals,........ )
      2) Power Service on High Voltage
          A- Energy intensive industries (Iron - Cement - Fertlizers -                24.5
             Aluminum - Cupper - Petrochemicals... ).
          B- Other Industries ( food - Textaile - Pharmaceutical Industries -         16.8
             Engineering - Glass - Ciramic - Chemicals... )
      3) Power Service on Medium Voltage (More than 500 KV)
          A- Energy intensive industries (Iron - Cement - Fertlizers -
             Aluminum - Cupper - Petrochemicals ).
               * Demand Charge (LE/kw-month)                                          10.4
               * Energy Rates (pt/kWh)                                                33.4
          B- Other Industries ( food - Textaile - Pharmaceutical Industries -
             Engineering - Glass - Ciramic - Chemicals... )
              * Demand Charge (LE/kw-month)                                            9.5
              * Energy Rates (pt/kWh)                                                 23.0
     The prices are based on Power Factor 0.9                                                            47
Electricity for 2008/2009


                                        Energy sold by Purpose of usage (GWh)
  Purpose of usage                           2004/2005                     2005/2006              2006/2007                        2007/2008                2008/2009

                  Industries                  30284                          32701                         34569                      37045                    37273
                  Agriculture                  3460                          3719                               3789                   4209                       4617
                   Utilities                   4011                          4206                               4228                   4380                       4714
        Public lighting                        5919                          6489                               6653                   6759                       6982
 Governmental Entities                         4710                          5054                               5562                   5691                       5563
                  Residential                 31311                          33900                         36596                      40271                    43811
  Commerical&Others                            5393                          6016                               7046                   8240                       8754
                    Total                     85088                          92085                         98443                      106595                   111714

 Interconnection&BOOT                            693                           774                               369                   631                        903

           Grand total                         85781                         92859                              98812                 107226                   112617


                                                2007/2008                                                                      2008/2009
                                        7.7%                                                                            7.8%

                                                                              34.8%

                                                                                                                                                           33.4%




                     37.8%

                                                                                               39.2%                                                    4.1%
                                                                              3.9%
                                                                           4.1%                                                                    4.2%
                                             5.4%          6.3%                                                                5.1%       6.2%

                          Industry       Agriculture      Utilities            Public Lights         Governmental                 Residendial      Commerical &
                                                                                                     Entities                                      Other




                                       Sales Development
The considerable growth in household loads in comparison with industry during year 2008/2009
was due to international economic crises which affected industrial demand in addition to the
widespread use of domestic appliances especially air conditioning in household.


                                                                            Industry                                                                              Residential
                   50                                                                                           50
                   45                                                                                           45                                                       43.8
                   40                                                                                           40                                         40.3
                                                                      37        37.3                                                             36.6
                   35                              34.6                                                         35                 33.9
    Million MWh




                                                                                                  Million MWh




                                      32.7
                            30.3                                                                                        31.3
                   30                                                                                           30
                   25                                                                                           25
                   20                                                                                           20
                   15                                                                                           15
                   10                                                                                           10
                        04/05        05/06      06/07          07/08          08/09                                    04/05      05/06         06/07     07/08         08/09
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