The Czech-owned electric power utility CEZ will invest BGN 1 936 000 M in a renovation of the "Metro"subfeeder, which provides electricity to the northwestern region of the Bulgaria's capital.
We had to modernize the "Metro" subfeeder in order to improve the quality of the power supply and to provide capacity for new consumers," said Jan Vavera, regional manager of CEZ for Bulgaria.
The renovation of the subfeeder will include a replacement of power transformers, building of the section "Complex distribution device", complete reconstruction of the electricity distribution network from 6 to 20 kW voltage, installing of a system remote control, and an overhaul of the building of the subfeeder.
Currently, the "Metro" subfeeder has the capacity for connecting consumers with power up to 25 mW, 6 mW of which are already used for supplying power to customers.
The system for remote control and the automated management of the network have already been installed in 10 of all the 25 subfeeders, managed by CEZ.