The General Electricity Company of Homs workshops completed the installation work of the low-voltage network in the northern village of Ain Hussein in the eastern countryside of Homs, with a length of about 2500 meters, which was damaged by terrorism.
The Director of the General Electricity Company, Eng. Saleh Omran, stated in a statement to SANA that the electrical current has been secured for all residents of the village through the extension of the low-voltage network in it, in addition to the installation of three new transformers in it, one with a capacity of 650 kV and two with a capacity of 100 kVA. 200 meters long copper cables and 51 electric poles.
Omran confirmed that work will be done to improve the electrical network in all regions, respectively, according to the available capabilities.
A number of the residents of Ain Hussein al-Shamali expressed their satisfaction with the improvement of the electrical situation in the village after their long suffering, and indicated that the improvement of the electrical situation will encourage many families who left the village due to terrorism to return to their village and their homes.