In a significant step towards enhancing utility services, Utilities has partnered with Miahona to provide operation and maintenance services. Utilities, a subsidiary of King Salman Energy Park (Utilities), has signed a contract with Miahona, a prominent sustainable solutions developer and operator in water and wastewater projects. This collaboration aims to ensure top-notch utility services for tenants, bolstering the industrial ecosystem's offerings.
Being the second industrial city in Saudi Arabia with a fully integrated utility company, Utilities covers water, gas, and electricity services. The contract with Miahona marks a pivotal milestone for elevating utility services at Utilities. The agreement was formalized in the presence of key figures, including Eng. Saif Al-Qahtani, CEO of Utilities and Chairman of Utilities.
Miahona's role involves overseeing the operation and maintenance of wet utility services at Utilities, encompassing potable water, wastewater, and irrigation systems. By leveraging sustainable integrated water solutions aligned with global standards and Utilities' green business model, this partnership seeks to enhance utility services' quality and sustainability.
Eng. Ahmed Al Essa, CEO of Utilities, expressed his satisfaction with the collaboration, stating that it signifies a crucial step in building an exceptional industrial ecosystem within the energy market. Eng. Awaadh Al-Otaibi, CEO of Miahona, also emphasized the strategic significance of this project for Miahona's presence in local industrial utilities.
As a licensed power distributor and seller, Utilities ensures seamless access to power, water, and gas services. This partnership with Miahona underlines the commitment to delivering superior utility services within the ecosystem.