On October 15, 2022, Samia Suluhu Hassan, the President of Tanzania, inspected the Geita-Bulyanhulu 220kV substation and transmission line project built by our company in cooperation with CAMCE (of which the substation part was built by our company), and attended the unveiling ceremony of Geita substation operation monument and ribbon-cutting ceremony. Also present were the Tanzanian Minister of Energy Yusuf Makamba, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Energy Mlamba, the Managing Director of TANESCO Maharaj Chand, the party dignitaries at all levels and the senior staff of TANESCO, as well as CAMCE's Project Manager Bai Yang, Commercial Manager Lei Di and our Project Manager Huang Shaofeng.
On July 1, 2022, the President of Mozambique, Filipe Nyusi, attended the energization ceremony of Temane Substation of our company's Mozambique 110kV Substations Project, also present were the Swedish embassy, officials from the provinces of Inhambane and Sofala, and EDM executives, who witnessed the successful completion of the Temane Substation. At the ceremony, the president delivered a speech affirming our company's efforts and execution capabilities for the project, which once again demonstrated the company's strong contract performance capabilities.
On July 3, the Egyptian President Sisi and the Prime Minister Madbouli attended the opening ceremony of Egypt's Mansour Railway Station and the opening ceremony of the 10th Ramadan City Electrified Light Rail Project. The Chinese Ambassador to Egypt Liao Liqiang was also invited to attend. The 10th Ramadan City Electrified Light Rail Project is the first electrified light rail in Egypt and Africa. It is located on the central axis of Egypt's "Eastern Economic Corridor" and connects the three major cities of Cairo, the new administrative capital, and the 10th Ramadan City.
The Tlokweng Project is the first EPC project undertaken by our company in Botswana, which is located in the Tlokweng district of Gaborone. With more residents moving in and commercial development, this district has faced more and more serious power shortages in recent years. In order to solve this problem, our company signed a 132/11kV substation EPC contract with Botswana Power Corporation and started construction in 2021. At present, the project has entered the stage of electrical installation and commissioning, and it is planned to be powered and handed over in 2022.
In May 2022, the completion certificate of the Tanzania MU-SU Substations Project was successfully issued, and the substations were successfully handed over to the client, realizing the closure of the contract, which once again demonstrated the company's strong performance capability.
The Guinea Substation Project is located in the M District of Conakry, Guinea, a West African country. The purpose of this substation is to supply power to factories and people in the capital region, and to alleviate the current situation of tight power supply in the capital region, which is of great significance to the Guinean government. The contract went into effect in 2019.