Egypt upgrades electricity networks in Beheira, Matrouh at cost of LE58M



Mon, 26 Oct 2020 - 01:00 GMT


Mon, 26 Oct 2020 - 01:00 GMT

Electricity pylons -  REUTERS-Phil Noble

Electricity pylons - REUTERS-Phil Noble

CAIRO – 26 October 2020: Beheira Electricity Distribution Company has developed the network of 13 villages at a total cost of LE 58 million, according to the Egyptian Ministry of Electricity.


This comes as a part of the Presidential Initiative project, "Hayah Karima" a decent life for every Egyptian - for every Egyptian.


The ministry stated Monday that the development of the electricity network has been completed in eight villages in the area of ​​Beheira governorate, namely; Khartoum - Mahdia - Al Yassiniyeh - Zawyet Saqr - Fourth Beed - Ahmed Badawi - Ali Mubarak - Abdel Halim Mahmoud.


It indicated that work is now in full swing to complete the development of the electricity network in five villages in the governorate of Matrouh, namely; Sidi Shabib - Zawiyat al-Awwama - Abu Mazhoud - Bahi al-Din - Sayyidna Hood.


Minister of Electricity Mohamed Shaker stressed the speedy implementation of development plans while maintaining high quality and raising the level of service and the electrical network, emphasizing the importance of solving citizens' problems and finding their causes to avoid their recurrence in the future.



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