Romanian electricity distributor E-Distributie Dobrogea, a subsidiary of Italian comoany Enel, has started an investment project worth about 2.6 million euros for the modernization of the primary station Abator (medium/high voltage) in Constanta. It is expected that the works on the station will be completed in July 2018.
The 110/20/10 kV primary station Abator was put in operation in 1963 and provides electricity, via the medium and low voltage grids, to over 25,000 household and business customers in the southern part of the city of Constanta. The modernization works started in the third quarter of 2017 and involve the equipment replacement for all voltage levels including the power transformer 20/10kV. New primary equipment will be installed, as well as modern equipment for command, protection, automation and internal services. Also, the project will include the replacement of all secondary circuits and protection cables, and also of the connection to the ground installations, and the protection equipment against atmospheric discharges.
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