ANDE began the process of removing overhead conductors in the downtown area of Ciudad del Este, in order to make way for underground cabling, which will begin to be implemented gradually.
In yesterday’s session, the removal of aerial conductors from ANDE and telecommunications cables in the area of Downtown of Ciudad del Estedepartment of Alto Paraná, with the presence of the head of the institution, Ing. Félix Sosa.
The first section covered the Avda. Monseñor Rodríguez from Abay to Luis María Argaña and will continue later in the Avda. Luis María Argaña between Monsignor Rodríguez and Adrián Jara; and Avda. Adrián Jara between Rubio Ñu and Luis María Argaña.
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Said works are contemplated within the Adaptation Project for Medium and Low Voltage Network Feeders, Distribution and Lighting Stations – fourth stage – of the Ciudad del Este Microcenterby the contractor company TECMONT SA awarded for Lot 1.
Lot 1 of the aforementioned project consisted of the laying of medium voltage underground conductors, in an extension of 19,506 meters and the laying of Low Voltage conductors, in 28,696 meters. It also includes mounting 24 units of 500 kVA transformers in the different distribution posts, totaling 12,000 kVA of power.
Likewise, through the HHP modality, we proceeded to assembly and installation of 50 units of 240-LED public lighting fixtures W in frustoconical poles, as well as the installation of 24 ornamental lighting unitshe.
Other works carried out include the Assembly of 147 Compact Cells distributed in 18 distribution posts in the downtown area of the city, in addition to various civil works (excavations, pipelines, pipelines, adjustments, among others).
Total cost at completion stage amounts to G. 25,000 million these works provide greater flexibility and reliability to the electricity supply of this city and They will offer greater security and quality of service.
The underground compact cells mounted (used in first world countries) provide greater maneuverability and speed for the energization and distribution of loads, allowing greater response capacity to the distribution system before possible events in the lines.