last updated on: 25 April 2016

Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation

Also known as: KAHRAMAA

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Business Summary Transmission and distribution of electricity and water; development of policies and procedures for the management and supervision of the water and electricity sector in Qatar. Country of Incorporation Qatar Ownership Type Government Established In 2000 Primary Sector Power and Utilities Number of Employees 2760

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Primary address
Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation Building
Corniche Street 61
Al Dafna District
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Zawya industry classifications

  • Power and Utilities
    1. Electric Utilities
      1. Electric Power Transmission (Primary Industry)
      2. Electric Power Distribution
    2. Water Utilities
      1. Water Distribution
  • Governmental Institutions
    1. Regulatory and Administrative Bodies
      1. Regulatory Authorities - Power and Utitlies

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