Romanian electricity distributor E-Distributie Muntenia has invested 3.1 million euros in the first stage of modernization of Cotroceni transformer station in Bucharest, a 3-year project which started in 2016, with a total cost of almost 4 million euros.
The modernization works completed so far at the 110/10 kV station includes the commissioning of the new high voltage equipment, with hybrid modules. The completed works are an important part of the modernization project of the Cotroceni station, one of the important stations in Bucharest, which serves about 26,000 consumers, including households, businesses and consumers of strategic importance. The station was put in function in 1974 and it serves, via the medium and low voltage grids, the areas Grozavești, Regie, Crangasi, Giulești, Cotroceni, Panduri, Eroilor, Razoare, Iuliu Maniu and Drumul Sarii.
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Tags: Cotroceni, E-Distribution Muntenia, electricity, electricity distribution, Enel, modernization, Romania