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Inhabitants of Adi-Wegera and Hawatsu get access to power supply

As part of endeavors to expand equitable social service in remote areas of the country, the inhabitants of Adi-Wegera and Hawatsu, Adi-Keih sub-zone, became beneficiaries of electricity service.
Adi-Keih, 13 July 2010 – As part of endeavors to expand equitable social service in remote areas of the country, the inhabitants of Adi-Wegera and Hawatsu, Adi-Keih sub-zone, became beneficiaries of electricity service.

The head of the Eritrean Electricity Corporation branch in the sub-zone, Mr. Hailemichael Mebrahtu, explained that the villages paid their dues and that 2 transformers have been installed and about 135 counters distributed at individual and group level in both villages.

He went on to say that counters have already been put in place in the villages of Awuhne, Halai, Adi-Kanta, Mendefera and Berhenet, and that efforts are being stepped up to install power supply. Concerted action is also being taken to distribute counters in the villages of Maelewia, Embeito, Ziban-Zigib and Der’a, Mr. Hailemichael added.

The local inhabitants stressed the significance of electricity supply in encouraging investment in the area, in addition to enabling students to properly follow up their academic studies.

There are 2 generators with about 500 kilowatts and another 3 generators with 150 kilowatts that are providing 12-hour service, according to reports.

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