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154 Villages Become Beneficiaries Of 24-Hour Electricity Service

As part of endeavors to promote rural electrification program in remote areas, a total of 154 villages in different parts of the country got access to 24-hour power supply, according to Mr. Abraham Woldemichael, general manager of the Eritrean Electricity Corporation.
Asmara, 29 September 2010 – As part of endeavors to promote rural electrification program in remote areas, a total of 154 villages in different parts of the country got access to 24-hour power supply, according to Mr. Abraham Woldemichael, general manager of the Eritrean Electricity Corporation.

He explained that expansion of electricity service would continue in an enhanced manner in the remaining villages. Mr. Abraham further indicated that there are plans to finalize the process of installing electricity in those villages which was halted due to various reasons, the setting up of a 50 megawatt new power station, distribution of integrated electricity service, maintenance of old equipments and installation of power supply in a number of villages and agricultural sites, among others.

He also called on the general public to utilize judicious utilization of electricity, besides being cautious of its consequences resulting from mishandling.

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