MJEC launches new substation

Mar 11, 2019
Posted by Patrick Haddad

Majan Electric Company SAOG (MJEC), a member of Nama Group, has recently launched the new Majaz Primary Substation in Oman.

The main objective of the project is to divert the load from Al Uwainat and Al Khushda substations. This project is considered as one of the most important initiatives to meet the growing demand for load and add additional capacity to Al Uwainat area.

The construction work has been divided into two parts, the first is the construction of 33/11 kV substation for around $3.1 million. The second part is the construction of 13 kilometres of underground cable feeders from Al Uwainat grid station (132/33 KV) to Majaz Primary Substation (33/11 KV), with a cost of about $1 million

“We are proud to announce that these projects have been directly supervised by MJEC engineers to ensure commitment to quality standards,” an MJEC spokesperson said.

Majan Electricity Company is a member of Nama Group that distributes and supplies electricity in the governorates of Al Batinah North, Al Dhahirah and Al Buraimi.


Source: Business Gateways

Photo (for illustrative purposes): Substation / Maxmann / Pixabay / Free for commercial use


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