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Supplying Electricity to All Rural Homes

Plans are underway to connect small rural areas with more than 10 households a piece to the grid and so far 57,000 have access to stable electricity
Supplying Electricity to All Rural HomesSupplying Electricity to All Rural Homes

Close to $120 million has been invested to expand the national power grid in small towns and villages since 2013.
According to Paven, the Energy Ministry's news portal, the money was spent to install power towers, build substations including transmission and distribution and extend high voltage power transmission lines and aerial transmission cables.
All rural dwellings with over 20 households (31,000 households) are now connected to the national network.
Plans are underway to connect small rural areas with more than 10 households a piece to the grid and so far 57,000 have access to stable electricity.

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