Over 78 billion VND invested in building and revamping power projects in Bac Giang province

Update: 16:08 | 05/08/2020

(BGO) – Bac Giang Electricity Company has energized several newly invested power projects.

They included 110kV Bac Giang – Luc Nam cable (second circuit) project to build nearly 15km of 110kV clamping circuit cable, revamp over 0.2km of existing 110kV cable...with total cost of over 67 billion VND (2.89 million USD).

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The workers repair and maintain Tan Hoa 110kV Substation (Luc Ngan district) before the rain season.

Another project aims to enhance the capacity of T1 transformer at 110kV Luc Ngan Substation up to 40MVA from 25MVA as well as several items to prevent the overload, meet the demand of load increase, reinforce the grid connection and supply stability to the region. Its total investment hit over 11.6 billion VND (500,543 USD)

At the same time, the Power Company at the districts of Son Dong, Luc Ngan, Luc Nam, Lang Giang, Tan Yen and Yen The implemented more than 200 projects to repair, revamp and upgrade the power grid.

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