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Monday, November 2, 2009

Namor sub-station to supply power for northern Laos

(KPL) Northern provinces will soon use electricity from a 115-kv Namor sub-station in Namor district, Oudomsay province.
The construction of the Namor sub-station and the installation of a 35-km long power grid from Boten in Luang Namtha province, are being carried out with a loan of 6 million US dollars from the Chinese government. The installation is being implemented by the Yunnan Electricity Company.
The Lao government has agreed to buy electricity from China for northern provinces Luang Prabang, Oudomsay, Luang Namtha, Bokeo and Phongsaly. The imported power from China will be supplied by the Namor sub-station.
Both the construction of the Namoh sub-station and the power grid is expected to be completed before the 25th SEA Games, which will be hosted in Vientiane on December 9-18, 2009.
The contractor has already completed 82 per cent of the power grid installation, meanwhile the construction of the Namor sub-station is completed by 27 per cent, said director of the Oudomsay Electricity Company, Mr. Khamlak Inthilath, on Tuesday.

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