BUSINESS Updated at 08:42:36 03/16/2017  (Views:  3032 )
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Over VND 3,000 pumped into safe power supply in Binh Thuan

BTO – Binh Thuan is expected to get an investment of VND 3,037 billion for the implementation of power sources and grids in the 2016-2020 period, ensuring electricity supply for the regional economic development safely and continuously, according to the Vietnam Electricity’s Southern Power Corporation (EVN SPC) on Wednesday morning (March 15th).

In addition, the Corporation will invest another VND 500 million in building compassionate houses in Binh Thuan in 2017, said Mr. Nguyen Van Hop - Chairman of the management board cum General Director of EVN SPC at the meeting with Vice chairman of Binh Thuan’s provincial People Committee Luong Van Hai.

The EVN SPC expected the local authorities can receive much facilitation and support in site clearance and compensation of power projects in the province. Moreover, the province should also boost propaganda and preferential policies in support of dragon fruit growers to eliminate incandescent bulbs in production and use power economically and efficiently.

My Thien (Source: Binhthuan.gov.vn)

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