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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Sayabouly, Parklai districts to gain an access to permanent electricity

(KPL) A signing ceremony for installation of medium voltage of 22 KV and small voltage of 0.4 KV transmission lines access to Sayabouly and Parklai districts held in Sayabouly province, on 10 February.
Taking note to the document were representatives from Chief of Sayabouly district, Mrs. Bounphak Inthapanya and Director of Engineering and Electricity Development Company Mrs. Aloun Chanthavong.
The electricity construction and transformer installation project will be accessible to 11 villages of two districts; five villages in Sayabouly district (Keo, Nathang, Pakpui, Phonsida, and Nakhonkaen villages) with a total 310 families and population of over 1,600 and six villages of Parklai district including Nakhaen, Pakkhan, Paktung, Natung, Nongkhai and Phaliep villages, with 107 families and population of almost 3,000.
The project will commence this month and will be finished by 2014.
The five villages of Sayabuly district will be installed the medium voltage of 22 KV transmission lines, which divided into two parts connecting from Khokpak village to Nakhonkaen village with 26 km long, from Houay Dok village to Keo village with 31 Km long.
The constriction of small voltage of 0.4 KV transmission line network for five villages stretching almost 5 Km in which installed five sets of transformers is the worth of 17,3 billion kip.
The six villages in Parklai district will be installed with 22 KV transmission line network running 37 Km from Nachanh to Natung villages-Parkkhan village and in the section of Ban Nampa-Ban Phaliep-Ban Nongkhai with 32 Km long and a 7 km stretch-Ban Pakyan Maed district, Vientiane province to Paktung village.
The construction of 0.4 KV transmission line access to six villages stretching 12 Km with 100 KVA-4 transformers sets and 50 KVA-3 transformers sets is the investment of 24.7 billion kip.
The investment for electricity installation in two districts is a total of 42.9 billion kip which the company will pre-invest.

By Vinnaly

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