Myanmar to construct 66 kV and 33 kV substations and transmission lines

Myanmar’s Ministry of Electricity and Energy will construct 66 kV and 33 kV substations and transmission lines as a part of a five-year electrification plan (2017-18 to 2021-22) aimed to provide connectivity to new towns and regions in Myanmar. A 66/11 kV, 5 MVA substation and 42 km of 66 kV transmission line will be constructed near Ywa Mon village in Natmauktownship at an estimated cost of MMK 4.09 billion by 2020. Another 66/33 kV, 15 MVA substation is planned near the Yenangyaung industrial zone, along with 60 km of 66 kV transmission line from the 132 kV Chauk main station to Yenangyaung, by 2022. In addition, a 33 kV substation and transmission line will be constructed in Kyaukkyi.

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