The undertaking, being executed constantly Development Authority (MiDA), upon finishing, would straightforwardly profit around 300,000 force purchasers in the catchment networks including Kwabenya, Anyah, Nsawam, and Ofankor.
Mr. Patrick Oppong, the BSP Project Manager, informed the Vice President and his escort on the advancement of work.
VP Bawumia visited the venture site as a component of a working visit through the Greater Accra Region.
The Pokuase BSP, the fourth Bulk Supply Point in Accra, is assigned as A4BSP, and its related 33 kilovolt and 11 kilovolt interconnecting lines planned to address power gracefully difficulties including successive blackouts and low voltages, coming about because of expanded force interest in Accra and the encompassing networks.
The task would likewise prompt a critical decrease in specialized misfortunes in the GRIDCo transmission framework and the ECG influence dispersion, which would add to improving the monetary feasibility of the utilities.
The Pokuase BSP is the primary 330kV in Accra and the biggest in the nation when finished.
The task would be created under the current 330kV Aboadze-Volta-Lome Transmission line at Pokuase.
It will have an all out limit of 580MVA, involving four 330/34.5kV 145MVA Power transformers.
The temporary worker for the venture is Elecnor S.A. of Spain with SMEC International PTY Ltd. as the Project Engineers.
The venture began in April 2018 and expected to be finished on May 31, 2021.
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