10:22 | 08/01/2019 Energy
(VEN) - The Dak Nong Power Company (PC Dak Nong) has upgraded and expanded the provincial grid, especially in rural and remote areas, to ensure socioeconomic development.
PC Dak Nong has cooperated with departments and agencies to implement Decision 2081/QD-TTg on electricity supply for rural and mountainous areas and islands. To date, PC Dak Nong has brought electricity to all districts, towns and wards, and to 722 out of 724 villages in the province.
Specifically, in Tuy Duc District, PC Dak Nong installed 20.178km of medium voltage transmission lines, 26.336km of low voltage transmission lines, and 12 transformer stations with total capacity of 650kVA and total capital of more than VND20 billion to supply power for 630 households in Mera, BonBuNdong B, Dak Krung, and Dak Quoeng villages. In addition, in Dak GLong District, the company installed 15km of medium voltage transmission lines, 13km of low voltage transmission lines, and five transformer stations with total capacity of 320kVA and total capital of nearly VND12 billion to supply power for about 700 village households.
PC Dak Nong also completed a number of power projects to ensure supply for villages in the province. Thanks to efforts to bring electricity to rural and remote areas, local households have benefited greatly.
With different capital sources, PC Dak Nong has invested several hundred billion Vietnamese dong each year to upgrade and expand the provincial grid, contributing to socioeconomic development. In addition, PC Dak Nong has improved the reliability of power supply, as well as enhanced the quality of customer services.
Up to now, PC Dak Nong has managed and operated 94.16km of 35kV transmission lines, nearly 1,634km of 22kV transmission lines, 1,863km of 0.4kV transmission lines, and three intermediate transformer stations with total capacity of 23,200kVA.
In 2019 and the following years, PC Dak Nong will continue to upgrade and expand the provincial grid, and enhance its quality in rural and remote areas.
PC Dak Nong will promote investment in power supply projects, especially in rural and remote areas, to complete the
goal of total access to the national grid by 2020.