Approximately 350,000 clients of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) will have the option to appreciate productive force flexibly following the consummation of the Pokuase Bulk Supply Point (BSP) one year from now.
Upon fulfillment in May 2021, inhabitants of Kwabenya, Ofankor, Legon, Nsawam, and Anyah would start to appreciate sufficient force flexibly to support their business activities and homegrown purposes.
Giving an update of the undertaking, Project Manager, Patrick Kwame Oppong, uncovered the progressing development work was 87 percent complete.
Instructions columnists during a site visit on Thursday, December 3, Patrick Oppong said the Pokuase BSP will get a handle on 580 MVA and reallocate stable force gracefully to the Pokuase area and its environs.
He added a sum of US$10 million had been spent on neighborhood subcontractors for undertaking a few parts of the venture in consistence with the nearby substance strategy orders while US$2 million has gone towards the development of a street organization and gifts to wellbeing offices inside its catchment territories.
Then, to encourage the neighborhood content order, Patrick Oppong said around 95 percent of staff dealing with the development of the substation were made up Ghanaians.
The faculty will thusly become recipients through information move and would a while later assume responsibility for the substations' activities after it's given over to government.
In April 2019, the Chief of Staff at the Office of the President, Madam Akosua Frema Osei Opare, got things started to begin chip away at what will be the biggest Power Substation in Ghana.
The US$50 million undertaking is being subsidized by the United States Government through its executing organization, the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC).
The Project is anyway being executed constantly Development Authority (MiDA), with Elecnor SA Ghana as the temporary workers and Surbana Jurong Group as the administering engineers.
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