Saudi’s SPARK Utilities inks operational & maintenance services contract with Miahona

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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SPARK Utilities awards contract to Miahona
Officials from SPARK Utilities and Miahona

Saudi Arabia’s SPARK Utilities has signed an operational & maintenance services contract with Miahona, a leading developer & operator of sustainable solutions in water and wastewater projects, to provide convenient and reliable utility services to tenants at SPARK.

SPARK Utilities is a wholly owned subsidiary of King Salman Energy Park (SPARK) and it is the third company in Saudi Arabia to have been awarded a license to distribute and sell power by the Water and Electricity Regulatory Authority (WERA).

As a world-class utility operator, SPARK Utilities delivers seamless and reliable access to power, water, and gas services, as per the statement.

Through this partnership, Miahona will support SPARK Utilities with the operation and maintenance of wet utility services offered at SPARK, including potable water, wastewater, and irrigation systems.

Further, it will provide sustainable integrated water solutions according to global best practices, and in line with SPARK Utilities’ green business model.

Eng. Ahmed Al Essa, CEO of SPARK Utilities, said that, “We are delighted to have selected Miahona as our strategic utilities partner. The partnership marks an important milestone in our journey to build a leading industrial ecosystem at the heart of the energy market. It reinforces SPARK Utilities’ position as a world-class utility operator and allows us to realize our ambitions to deliver the highest quality of services to tenants, as we constantly strive to elevate the investor experience at SPARK.”

“This project is strategic for Miahona’s local presence and consolidates its leading position in industrial utilities, including water and wastewater assets. Miahona is fully committed to this partnership with SPARK Utilities. We thank SPARK for selecting Miahona and are looking forward to achieving the common objectives,” commented Eng. Awaadh Al-Otaibi, CEO of Miahona.

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