Pin Oo Village gets electricity through NEP Phase-1

NATIONAL NEWS

The National Electricity Supply Project (NEP Phase-1) started to supply electricity to the Pin Oo Village, Ngaphe Township, Minbu District, Magway Region yesterday. The implementation began in March 2020.
The opening ceremony for the village electricity access was held yesterday at the Pin Oo Village Monastery.
Chairman of Ngaphe Township Administration Committee, Township Administrator U Aung Thein Hlaing and members, department heads, Township electricity manager and staff, Village lighting committee members and villagers attended the ceremony.
At the opening ceremony, Township Electricity Manager U Aung Kyaw Myint informed the villagers that they need to know how to use electricity properly as the street lights plus home lighting will soon be available.
Two 100-KVA transformers and two 11-mile transformers for 11 miles will be provided by NEP Phase-1 at a cost of about K37 million.
In the village, 74 street lights will be installed by connecting the voltage lines and the street lights will be lit from 6 pm to 6 am daily, officials said.
“Pe Kone village, Pin Oo village, Yin Shay village, and Chaung Phyu village in Ngaphe Township, got electricity during the NEP project this month.
The villages that have access to electricity with the region’s funds were Nesaw, Sittaw, Myitpya, Thayetpin, Kan Thar and Nga Hlaing Taw,” said officials. — Ma Yu (Ngaphe)/ GNLM

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