Siemens Energy has announced the supply to Saudi Arabia of power plants equipped with key technologies that will supply nearly 4 gigawatts to the Kingdom.

The company has also signed a 25-year long-term maintenance contract for the two power plants, worth a total of around $1.5 billion.

The two power plants, Taiba 2 and Qassim 2, will be built in the western and central regions of Saudi Arabia over the next few years.

Siemens Energy's HL-class gas turbines, in combination with steam turbines and generators, will produce around 2,000 megawatts of electricity at each site.

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