6.7 Million US Dollars to Increase Power Output

Published on Monday, 18 January 2016

Enel Distribución Perú invested in new transformers for Transmission Substations.

Lima, 18 January 2016 – As part of its investment plan and due to the increasing number of customers, Enel Distribución Perú invested 6.7 million US dollars in four new transformers for its Transmission Substations (TS) in Barsi, Huarangal, Jicamarca and Ventanilla.

With these new wider substations, the electricity distribution company has increased its power output to 270 MVA. This will allow Enel to improve service quality and meet the growing demand of the sector, thereby providing greater flexibility and reliability to the electrical system.

The Barsi Substation, located in Callao, will serve customers such as the future Line 2 of the Lima Metro; while the Huarangal Substation, in Carabayllo, will cover the growing demand in the area, in which large real estate projects are being currently executed.

For its part, the Jicamarca Substation, located in the province of Huarochirí, and the Ventanilla Substation will be able to serve a greater number of customers and provide greater reliability to the electrical grid.

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