77 low voltage areas have been eradicated in Villa Clara, Cuba
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- 03 / 07 / 2009
Engineer Osmany Dueñas reported that 27 kilometers of primary and 50 kilometers of secondary conductors; 1 277 poles and 141 circuit clusters have been replaced so far. The man in charge of this activity added that 6 223 connecting lines and 1 114 breakers were installed at the same time.
55 kilometers of new primary, secondary and 33 kV power lines have also been laid to improve the voltage.
In Santa Clara, capital of Villa Clara province, the actions focus in the Bengochea, University and Vigia neighborhoods, the “Camilo Cienfuegos” Agricultural Cooperative and “Anton Diaz” People’s Council.
The works will last until April. However, as Dueñas said, the program will go on local forces for the rest of the year, until all the remaining low voltage areas are taken care of.