Da Nang ensures power supply for APEC 2017

The central city of Da Nang has exerted efforts to ensure stable power supply for the socio-economic development of the city as well as activities of the APEC 2017 that the city will host in November this year.

According to the Da Nang Power Company, on June 17, the city’s commercial power production hit 10 million kWh per day.

The production rose over 8.3 percent over the peak figure in 2016 and 25 percent over the average daily production since early this year.

The city experienced a hot month in June with the record demand for power. The total power consumption on June 17 was 473MW, with daily use of 10.027 million kWh, the city’s highest figures so far. 

Earlier this month, the city put into operation an upgraded transformer of the Hoa Khanh 2 110kV transformer station in Hoa Khanh industrial park, Lien Chieu district.

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