Egypt builds transformer substation in New Mansoura City
The first phase of the project, located in the southern area of the city, will have a capacity of 300 MVA to serve several areas in the city
A South Cairo Electricity Distribution Company power station is seen in front of the construction site of a bridge, part of Rod El-Farag Axis project, near Cairo's Warraq Island, Egypt, November 15, 2018. Image used for illustrative purpose.
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By Staff Writer, Mubasher
Cairo – Egypt is currently building a transformer substation at a capacity of 500 megavolt ampere (MVA) in New Mansoura City.
The first phase of the project, located in the southern area of the city, will have a capacity of 300 MVA to serve several areas in the city at a cost of EGP 440 million, the country’s housing minister Assem El-Gazzar said in a statement on Tuesday.
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