Forty-three villages access electricity in Magway Township

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Recently about 43 villages have already access to the electricity under the NEP project.  Photo: Magway Win Maung

Under the Phase-1 project of National Electrification Project (NEP), 43 villagers receive electricity in Magway township. On 13 February, two more villages — Thabyay San North village and Thabyay San South village accessed the electricity.
Similarly, another two villages named Tamoh village and Yin Seik village have also access to electricity.
To access electricity in Thabyay San North village and Thabyay San South village, 1,200-foot long 400-volt power lines and 2.5-mile long 400-volt power lines were installed with the villagers’ contribution. And 11 kV power line, 11/0.4 kV and 100 kVA transformer for Thabyay San North village and 11/0.4 kV, 200 kVA two transformers for Thabyay San South village were installed under the NEP project.
Under the NEP project in Magway Township, Thabyay San North village is the 40th village that accesses the electricity. In contrast, the Thabyay San South village is the 41st village that accesses the electricity. There are 57 houses in Thabyay San North village and 420 houses in Thabyay San South village, said U Soe Htay Aung, the electrical engineer in Magway Township.
“Under the NEP project, a total of 51 villages will access to the electricity supply. Recently, about 43 villagers have already access to the electricity,” he added. —Magway Win Maung/GNLM

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