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Homs electricity ... Intensifying maintenance work on the system to ensure the stability of the current and reduce outages

2020-12-03T03:39:22.993Z

Homs-SANA The electricity emergency workshops in Homs have completed about three thousand repair tasks for electrical faults at the level of



Hummus-Sana

The electricity emergency workshops in Homs completed about three thousand tasks to repair electrical faults at the low tension level in Homs and its countryside during the past two weeks.

Engineer Saleh Omran, Director General of the Homs Electricity Company, stated in a statement to the SANA Economic Bulletin that the overloads and cases of illegal network encroachment in some areas led to malfunctions in the neighborhoods of Al-Sabil, Al-Bayada, the displaced and near the Al-Firdaws cemetery and Jourat Al-Shayah, explaining that the company sought all its technical staff during a period In the summer, general maintenance on the lines and the rehabilitation of a number of transfer centers, according to the available capabilities.

For his part, Eng. Issa Habib, head of the emergency department in the company, indicated that during the past two weeks, maintenance work was carried out within the city, which included placing a transfer center with a capacity of (630 kva) in the Al-Sabeel neighborhood into service in addition to improving the start of sources in the Darbouli Transfer Center in the Wadi Al-Dhahab neighborhood. The virginity transfer center on Zaidal Road and the Sulaiman Mualla transfer center in the Abbasiya district.

He added that the electrical network has been fully maintained in the neighborhoods of Jourat Al-Arayes, Al-Bayyadah, Maskanah, Firouza and Al-Thabitah, and the work is ongoing, which will ensure the stability of the electrical current and reduce sudden outages.

Lara Ahmed

SANA Economic Bulletin

Source: sena

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