Muscat Electricity Distribution initiates a new plant with an effort of 11/33 kV in the south Mawaleh area in the state of Seeb
Muscat Electricity Distribution Company- a member of the Nama Group- launches primary substation 3 x 20 that cost about two million Omani riyals, in Al-Mawaleh South in Willayat Al Seeb.
This primary substation was constructed with a voltage of 33/11 KV, and a capacity of (3 x 20) MVA. The project was executed by the Omani National Engineering and Investment Company.
The new plant is initiated after conducted the testing & assessment for protection and control devices by the company's engineers, to ensure its readiness and efficiency to operate, which will contribute to meet the growing demand for energy in that region.
The launch of the plant is part of the plan to introduce new plants in Muscat Governorate, and accommodate the growing annual demand for electricity, to ensure that customers in the capital have a reliable, efficient and sustainable service.
Muscat Electricity Distribution Company invested 51.5 million riyals in 2017, by constructing three new power plants, and laying electric lines. The additional capacity of these stations was measured to 117 MVA, bringing the total installed capacity of the basic stations to 6029.5 MVA in 170 stations spread through Muscat Governorate.