4 January 2013

Angola: Cabinda Electrification Master Plan in Conclusion Stage

Cabinda — The master plan for the electrification of the northern Cabinda province is in its completion stage, reads a press release from the provincial Secretariat of Energy and Waters.

The plan comprises the implementation of four lines of 60 Kilowatts and the same number of stations of 60/30 KW, adds the document.

According to the note, two more thermal stations are to arrive soon, being one of 30 and other of 10 megawatts, to reinforce the production of power for Cabinda city.

Cabinda city and Landana town are supplied through two turbines installed at Malembo thermal station, with a capacity of 35 megawatts each, totaling 70 megawatts.

Buco Zau, Belize and other localities are supplied by a 1,4 megawatts diesel thermal station.

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