Four new generators linked to power grid

May 10, 2011 | 14:25
Four new generators for the national power grid were brought into operation in the first four months of this year, adding a total 1,215 MW of electricity to the national power supply, according to the Electricity of Viet Nam Corporation (EVN).
Son La Hydro-power Plant - illustration photo

The generators include Turbine No. 2 at Son La Hydro-power Plant, Turbine No. 2 at Uong Bi Thermo-power Plant, Turbine No. 2 at Song Tranh Hydro-power Plant and Turbine No. 1 at Dong Nai Hydro-Power Plant No. 3.

In addition, EVN increased the electric power purchased from China by 100 million kWh per month.

In the past four months the company also brought into operation 10 transmission lines and 500/220 kV transformers.

These sources helped EVN meet demand for power consumption and avoid power cuts across the country in April and in May.

In May, the national grid will supply over 300 million kWh of electricity per day, EVN said.


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