MEPCO installs over 5000 transformers in 2020

Mar 2, 2021
Posted by Patrick Haddad

Multan Electric Power Company (MEPCO) has installed 5046 distribution transformers during the current fiscal year 2020-21 across the region.

According to MEPCO sources, distribution transformers of various capacity were being installed as part of an overall upgrade to the distribution system, as well as to expand the provision of new electricity connections to the consumers.

The total strength of distribution transformers in MEPCO’s region has reached 1,84,623.

The transformers including one of 10 KVA, 3434 of 25 KVA, 1359 of 50 KVA, 142 of 100 KVA, 79 of 200 KVA, 18 of 400 KVA and one transformer of 1500 KVA have been installed during the current fiscal year.

The MEPCO has installed 608 transformers in Multan circle, 447 in DG Khan, 577 in Vehari, 608 in Bahawalpur, 946 in Sahiwal, 390 in Rahim Yar Khan, 637 in Muzaffargarh, 376 in Bahawalnagar and 457 distribution transformers have been installed in Khanewalcircle, MEPCO sources added.

Source: Urdu Point

Photo (for illustrative purposes): Lineman changing transformer / Dave Pape / Wikimedia / Public Domain


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