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New 33kV cables in the pipeline for Suva CDB

By ROPATE VALEMEI
Monday, August 25, 2014

Update: 2:04PM FIJI Electricity Authority will be installing new 33kV underground cables in Suva Central Business District (CBD) and construct a new 33kV Zone Substation off Knollys Street within the next three years.

In its 2013 annual report, CEO Hasmukh Patel says this is to improve reliability of power supply and meet the future demand of electricity in Suva CBD and surrounding areas.

He said the investment was expected to cost around $16million which is projected to be internally funded by FEA.

Mr Patel said this would be another big investment by FEA.








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