Connecting el Qusair to the National network at a cost of 45 million

Engineer Mohamed El-Sayed, head of the Canal Company for Electricity Distribution, announced that today the Al-Qusayr area in the Red Sea was connected to the national electrical network, in the presence of the Red Sea Governor Major General. Al-Sayed explained in a statement today that the network is connected through a double-circuit line that includes 971 towers, including 706 suspension towers, 268 tension towers, and 2 transformers, each with a capacity of 20 MVA. Voltage 22/11 kV. Al-Sayed pointed out that the investment cost of the project amounts to 45.9 million pounds, which will be financed from the self-resources of the Canal Company for Electricity Distribution.