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Thu, 09 Aug 2018 12:18 - Updated Thu, 09 Aug 2018 12:18

Electricity Transportation company to supply 500 megawatts to Huíla

Lubango - An energy transportation supply line of 400KV covering 220 km of extension linking Huambo and Huíla provinces is to be built next year so as to receive power supplied by Laúca dam.

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Linha vai permitir interligar sistema norte, centro e sul

Photo: Pero Moniz Vidal

Huíla: Lubango city at night

Photo: Morais Silva

Speaking to the press, the regional director of the National Electricity Transportation Company (RNT), Júlio Job, said the construction of the supply line will enable the electricity supply during the next seven years through 530 megawatts directed to Huíla and improve the electrical distribution and reduce the deficit of the province.

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