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Sunday, 14 June 2020

Egypt and Sudan to increase capacity for electricity interlink to 600MW

Egypt is planning to increase the capacity of its electricity interlink with Sudan to 600 MW, doubling its previous 300 MW capacity, as part of a third phase for the electricity line, Electricity Minister Mohamed Shaker said, according to Al Mal. The ministry is also looking into raising the power transmission voltage to 500 KV from 220 KV currently. The electricity interconnection project came online this April after many delays.

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