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ground cable

[′grau̇nd ‚kā·bəl]
(electricity)
A heavy cable connected to earth for the purpose of grounding electric equipment.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Meanwhile, Khalifa Mohammed Al Tunaiji, Director of Central Region Department, talked about SEWA's comprehensive plan to replace the aerial cables in the Central Region with ground cables, contributing to the stability of networks and ensuring to provide the best services in all areas.
Sabah Mashaly, the EETC chairperson, said that the first contract was signed with Energia Alliance Co to supply the 220kV ground cables and the equipment for the North Cairo Electricity Company in the Heliopolis transformers station extending 6km.
DEWA recently awarded a $285.9m (AED1.05bn) construction contract for electricity transmission projects, including a 400/132kV substation, two 132/11kV substation, and 75km of 132kV ground cables.
Dubai: The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) has awarded the contract for the construction of electricity transmission projects, worth Dh1.05 billion, including a 400/132kV substations, two 132/11 kV substations, and 75km of 132kV ground cables. This is part of Dewa's efforts to support and upgrade the capacity and efficiency of electricity transmission networks.
Dewa has already awarded the contract for the construction of electricity transmission projects, worth Dh1.05 billion ($285 million), including a 400/132kV substations, two 132/11 kV substations, and 75km of 132kV ground cables.
FILE -- Electric cables in Egypt CAIRO -- 23 December 2017: Nagy Aref, head of the North Cairo Electricity Distribution Company, said on Saturday that the company implemented 60 percent of the plan to convert pneumatic cables to ground cables, which are the areas under the company's authority.
The ministry said in a statement that the ground cables, with a capability of 132 kV, would connect the main switching stations with power of (132/11 kV) to the electrical grid.