TRANSCO CLSG stretches milestones in Liberia

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Despite the Covid-19 outbreak in Liberia, TRANSCO CLSG continues to make steady progress in the implementation of the CLSG interconnection project in the country.

In an effort to bring reliable and affordable power to Monrovia and beyond, a total of 570 transmission towers have been erected within the 230 kilometers span from the Buchanan Substation through Botota to Yekepa Substation by the EPC contractors, Elecnor-Eiffage, spearheaded by François CHRISTIEN, UTE project manager in Liberia (pictured above).

Stringing activities are far advanced and within the next couple of weeks, will be completed for this section. This is the longest stretch of the transmission line in Liberia.

 

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