Recommendation GCC Power 2014


Manama – Kingdom of Bahrain

 10th – 12th /11/ 2014

Conference Recommendations


The recommendations have focused on the importance of adapting risk assessment techniques in designing asset maintenance system in order to reduce cost, improve system response and enhance asset lifetime. In addition to reducing diesel consumption and the cost related to the transportation of fuel through the use of hybrid generation integrated with renewable resources to feed the isolated loads,

1- emerge GCC electricity market with the Arab's in order to create larger scale that eventually extends to an international market.

2- the increased number of power outages emphasizes the need for new dynamic security assessment system with possible integration with the existing SCADA/EMS systems.

3- enhancing the exiting high sophisticated central pollution station by integrating the pollution data from GCC local stations, this station would help to design the insulation levels for outdoor applications.

4- it is recommended to utilize advancement in system operations philosophies coming from new trends in technologies. Such experiences with different technologies should be captured and presented as case studies that are exchanged periodically between GCC utilities for mutual benefits.

5- establishment of a reliable communication system to play a vital role in the management of power transmission and distribution networks. Smart applications can be achieved with modern reliable design of communication networks.

Donor Members

Oman Electricity Transmission Co.

Eng. Thani Bin Mohammed Al Khusaibi


Ministry of Energy Electricity & Water UAE

Eng. Fatima Al Shamsi

United Arab Emirates

Oman Cables Industry

Mr. Mahdi Abdelkhalek


GCC Interconnection Authority (GCCIA)

Eng. Ahmed Ali Al Ebrahim

Saudi Arabia

Energoprojekt Entel Ltd

Mr. Momcilo Mrvic


Collective Members

Al Ahleia Switchgear Co.


Bahra cables Company

Saudi Arabia

Mazoon Electricity Company


Al-Gihaz CO. LTD

Saudi Arabia