22 August 2014

Angola: Ene to Triple Installed Power of Mbanza Congo Thermal Station

Mbanza Congo — The National Electricity Company (ENE) in northern Zaire province has started two weeks ago the reinforcement the energy production capacity in the thermal power station of Quianganga, Mbanza Congo rising from 4.000 to 12000 KVA.

Speaking to Angop on Friday, ENE technician and Project coordinator, António Dikizeko Afonso, said that the thermal central will have four new groups of power generators with unit power of 2000 KVA each.

According to the official, it is in progress the installing works of six power transformers of 2000 Kilovolts each and synchronized system and automatic that will easy the parallel functioning of engines available.

The six diesel power generators, Caterpillar brand made will consume 12 000 litres of diesel per day.

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