Electricity lights up rural areas in Lang Son

19/12/2017 15:20:09 - views: 684

One more rural village in Bac Son district, the northern mountainous province of Lang Son has access to the national power grid, helping local residents enjoy the upcoming traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
 
At the inauguration ceremony (Source: VNA)
 
The work was inaugurated in Lan Hat village, Bac Son commune on December 18.
 
The facility includes over 4.75 kilometres of medium voltage line, 3.9 kilometres of low voltage line, and one 50kVA transformer station.
 
The work forms part of the components under a project to connect rural areas in Lang Son province to the national grid for 2015-2020.
 
Nguyen Cong Truong, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, said the work provides electricity for over 50 households in the village, thus improving their living conditions and the local economic development.
 
The project was approved under Decision 11815/QD-BCT dated October 30, 2015 to supply power for around 4,348 rural households in 210 villages of 55 communes in 10 districts.
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