Egypt builds $10.71mln power transformers in 10th of Ramadan City
One of the stations will serve the residential areas
A South Cairo Electricity Distribution Company power station is seen on the side of the River Nile in Cairo, Egypt January 31, 2019.
REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
By Staff Writer, Mubasher
Cairo - Egypt's ministry of housing, utilities, and urban communities started the construction works of two power transformers of 11/66 kV in the 10th of Ramadan City at a total value of EGP 170 million.
The Egyptian minister of housing Assem El-Gazzar said that building two power transformers is part of the utility works implemented in the City's residential and industrial areas.
One of the stations will serve the residential areas, including the social housing projects, while the other will provide services to the Southern Developers area in the industrial zone.
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