In one of the biggest electricity network projects announced for south eastern NSW this year, Essential Energy has unveiled plans for an extensive power upgrade for the Moruya area.
The multi-staged network upgrade includes the establishment of an important power supply link that will give Essential Energy greater flexibility to configure the network around town, ensuring a more reliable and secure power source.
South-eastern general manager Phillip Green said the project represented an important and exciting next step in the development of the Moruya area.
“The benefits of the power upgrade are threefold,” Mr Green said. “Firstly, the upgrade will provide Moruya with sufficient power to continue to grow and develop.
“It will also offer Essential Energy a network with greater flexibility, meaning during unplanned power interruptions, emergencies and planned maintenance, we can reroute power to keep more customers on as well as minimise the length and impact of disruptions.”
Essential Energy says the project plan has been designed in two stages to minimise the impact of the work on the community. The first stage will be an upgrade of the existing powerline that crosses Turnbulls Lane and Bergalia Street.
For the full story, see Friday’s Bay Post/Moruya Examiner.
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