Muscat: Majan Electricity Company (MJEC) is working to generate electricity more efficiently by expanding its electricity network, as it recently launched its 33kv projects for 2018 in North Batinah Governorate.
The company will build new 33kV Interlink feeders for the Shinas-2 Grid Substation (North Batinah Governorate) at a cost of OMR910,000.
It also has plans to divert existing 33kv feeders to a new SFZ Grid Station in North Batinah Governorate at a cost of 330,000. Further, a 33kv OHL feeder from Liwa Grid SS to Liwa and Majees, tapping at North Batinah Governorate, is planned at a cost of OMR717,000.
The company also plans to construct a new 33kV Feeders from Khabourah Grid to New Khaburah-2 PSS at a cost of OMR640,000, as well as the construction of the new Khaburah-2, 2X20MVA Primary Substation, at a cost of OMR1,111,000.
The company confirmed that these projects have been supervised by MJEC engineers to ensure their commitment to quality standards.
Majan Electricity Company is a member of Nama Group, which distributes electricity in the governorates of Al Batinah North, Al Dhahirah and Al Buraimi Governorates