QUANG NGAI (VNS) — Ly Son Island in the central province of Quang Ngai will be connected to the national power grid early this October, according to Deputy General Director of Electricity of Viet Nam group, Nguyen Tan Loc.
Implemented at a total cost of US$31.1 million, the project includes 8.7km of middle voltage transmission lines in Binh Son district and 26.2km of 22kV undersea cables.
The money for building transmission lines in Ly Son has been loaned by the German Development Bank.
The project will supply 22,000 Ly Son residents with electricity from the national grid. — VNS