ECG Pumps GH¢14m In Accra West
The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has so far exhausted about GH¢ 14,273,000 on system enhancement and extension projects in the Accra West Region this year.
The ventures, that included augmentation of power supply to unserved communities, has helped in guaranteeing solid and accessible capacity to clients in the district, the graphic online reported.
The 250 activities were executed among January and October this year.
The Accra West General Manager, Ing. George Appiah-Kubi, who made this known in a meeting in Accra, said the undertakings were in accordance with the organization’s central goal to give quality, solid and safe power administrations to help financial development and advancement in the nation.
“We are expecting to decrease occurrences of spontaneous blackouts that happen because of shortcomings on our systems. Also, we have ,along these lines, likewise put resources into the most recent innovation for early blame discovery or where a blame jumped out at re-establish supply in the briefest practicable time,” he said.
Ing. Appiah-Kubi implied of further interests in the area to make the power framework more strong and proficient, particularly amid rainstorms.
As far as it matters for him, the Accra West Regional Engineer, Ing. Jones Makumator, included that the activities aimed at enhancing the nature of intensity supply to clients.
He said his outfit had mapped out methodologies to manage vegetation control at a few zones in the locale to guarantee continuous power supply.
“‘Our new vegetation control approach has radically diminished a record number of flaws on our rebel feeders from 239 trippings toward the finish of the principal quarter to 51 trippings before the finish of the third quarter,” Ing. Makumator said.
As per him, following the abnormal state of victories recorded inside the half year pilot period, administration will standardize the activity to accomplish zero trippings on rebel feeders.
Among people group that profited from the ventures are Kaneshie, Achimota, Ablekuma, Korle Bu, Nsawam, Bortianor and Dansoman.