The CEO of EETC will be in charge for the next three years, starting next 1 July.
Wednesday 10 May 2023, Ms. Sabah Mashaly, CEO of EETC, the Egyptian TSO, has been elected President of Med-TSO by the General Assembly of the Association held in Cairo. Ms. Mashaly, first Egyptian President of Med-TSO since the foundation in 2012 and currently Vice President of the Association since 2020, will be in charge, starting 1 July, for the next three year. Ms. Mashaly is graduated in Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineer at Cairo University and has over thirty years of experience and in-depth knowledge of the electricity industry, having covered several managing positions in the Egyptian energy sector.
Ms. Mashaly succeeds to Mr. Mourad Adjal, PDG of Sonelgaz (Algeria), who has been in charge as President of Med-TSO from 28 February 2022 to 30 June 2023.
On Thursday 11 May EETC organized a roadshow in Cairo focused on the just concluded TEASIMED Project, with the aim to briefly present the outcomes of TEASIMED to the regional stakeholders and its impact in the Southeastern Mediterranean Region.
The meeting was opened by Mr. Gaber Desouki Moustafa, Chairman of Egyptian Electricity Holding Company, and Mr. Khaled Abd El-Kreem, Member of the Board of Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company, followed by a detailed presentation of the main outcomes of the project. Then, the event focused on Egypt, reporting on the envisaged interconnections of the country with Europe and the other MENA countries, the main outcomes of the seasonal outlooks and mid-term adequacy studies and the roadmap to implement a pilot project for launching an East Med Interconnected Electricity Exchange Zone, proposed by Med-TSO to increase electricity trading in the region.
The event was concluded with an insight on the recently started TEASIMED 2 Project, another project co-funded by the European Union, that will commit Med-TSO until December 2025.