The Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA) has revealed operations at four 132kV stations, including the Abu Shagara stations, the Sharjah Investment Centre and the University City, a Hills station, and the Al Tai station.
In addition, SEWA revealed operations of 25 sub-stations of 33kV in various regions of the emirate, state-run news agency, Wam, reported.
The authority has also begun projects to amend networks in a number of areas in Sharjah city, including 132 new lines, and the amendment of 33 kV and 11 kV networks in more than 51 areas in the emirate.
The chairman of SEWA, Dr Rashid Al Leem, explained that the new stations are part of the expansion of energy and water projects, and transportation and distribution networks.
Al Leem also pointed out that the authority has paid great attention to developing services in all areas of its work based on its current and future plans, in order to keep pace with the steady growth of load due to the urban population expansion.
He stressed that the authority is keen on using the best technological solutions that contribute to increasing production and developing performance.
SEWA also aims to reduce the volume of carbon emissions issued by stations in line with the sustainability and energy goals of the emirate.
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