Angola’s Nzeto substation to be completed by June
Angola: The Nzeto power substation in Angola is expected to be completed by June this year, which will facilitate the transmission of electricity from 753 MW Soyo combined cycle power plant to Zaire, Bengo and Luanda provinces.
As part of the project, three single-phase transformers of 30 MVA each have been assembled and are being tested, reports Esi-Africa.
The project entails three voltage levels: 220 kV for the municipalities of Mbanza Congo, Nóqui, Tomboco and Kuimba, 60 kV for Zaire and 400 kV for Luanda.
The 400 kV and 60 kV lines have already been completed, while the 220 kV line is 80% complete.