Romanian electricity transmission system operator Transelectrica said in a press release that the company will provide assistance with specification for the technical project of the Issacea-Vulcanesti transmission line and of back-to-back unit of the Vulcanesti 400 kV substation.
The press release from the company said that the Institute for Power Studies and Engineering (ISPE), under the contract signed with Moldovan electricity transmission system operator Moldelectrica, has worked out the feasibility study for the asynchronous interconnection of the power systems of Romania and Moldova, as well as the feasibility study for Vulcanesti-Chisinau high voltage transmission line. The feasibility study for the Vulcanesti back-to-back substation and 400 kV Vulcanesti-Chisinau transmission line was presented on 1 November in the joint energy working group of Romania-Moldova intergovernmental committee.
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Tags: Chisinau, construction, cooperation, electricity, Issacea, Moldelectrica, Romania, Transelectrica, transmission line, Vulcanesti