Vietnamese farmers plan to spend 660 million yuan to upgrade the transmission network
According to reports, the Vietnamese agriculture will spend over 2.2 trillion Vietnamese dong (about 660 million yuan) to upgrade the provincial power grid, which is based on local to 2025 power development plan.
Funds will come from the power industry, the state budget, the provincial budget, institutions and individuals.
By 2025, the farmer province aims to build nearly 650 medium voltage transmission lines, more than 1400 km low voltage transmission lines.
The next eight years, 1000 in the power plant will be built, with a total capacity of 130,000 kVA, while 660 hectares of land is used to build power facilities.
Social and economic development has promoted local electricity demand, especially in cities and large industrial areas. In addition, the expansion of the ethnic minorities living in remote areas of the grid system will help to ensure economic development and national security.