Egypt Starts Digitalization of the Electricity Grid
- Jun 19, 2020 8:37 pm GMT
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As a matter of fact Egypt has a robust electricity transmission and distribution networks. A hundred percent of Egyptians have full access to the electricity services.
Egypt’s high voltage networks (132 kV, 220 KV and 500 KV) consisted of (25,060 km) of transmission lines and (74,627 MVA) of transformer capacity. These have grown up at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.7 and 7 respectively.
Egypt also owns over (21,700 km) of transmission lines and around (56,240 MVA) of transformer capacity at the 66 kV and 33 KV levels.
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