Power lines, power stations under construction for electrification of villages in Ayeyawady Region

Union Minister for Electric Power U Khin Maung Soe inspects machine parts to be used at construction of power stations and power lines  in Ayeyawady Region.—mna
Union Minister for Electric Power U Khin Maung Soe inspects machine parts to be used at construction of power stations and power lines
in Ayeyawady Region.—mna

Nay Pyi Taw, 25 Jan — The Ministry of Electric Power constructs power grids for supply of electricity to local people in Ayeyawady Region.
At present, electrical engineers and skilled workers are installing a 30.25-mile-long 230KV Athok-Pathein power line and a 100 MVA Pathein main power station.
Arrangements are being made for installation of 66KV power stations and power lines to supply electricity to Ngabyema, Ngayokkaung, Hainggyi and Mawtinsoon regions.
During inspection tour of Ayeyawdy Region, Union Minister for Electric Power U Khin Maung Soe heard reports on progress of Pathein main power station, the 230KV Athok-Pathein power line, the 80-mile-long 66KV Myitto-Ngayokkaung-Ngabyema power line, Ngayokkaung sub-power station, Ngabyema sub-power station and the 230KV Hlinethaya-Kyaiklat power line presented by Chief Engineer U Thein Hlaing of Power Supply Project Branch.
The Ayeyawady Region electrical engineer reported on plans to electrification upon completion of 66 KV power lines and power stations.
These power lines and sub-power stations will benefit 89 villages in Ngabyema, Ngayokkaung, Hainggyi, Mawtinsoon and Ngaputaw in Ayeyawady Region.—MNA

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