Wadi El Natroun Substation is a 500/220kV substation located in Wadi El-Natroun, Beheira, Egypt. The construction works on Wadi El Natroun Substation began in 2015. The project was commissioned in 2017.
The Wadi El Natroun Substation project is a new substation being operated by Egyptian Electricity Transmission.
The designed voltage level of the project is 500/220kV, while the operating voltage level is 500/220kV. The step-in voltage of the substation is 500kV and the step-out voltage is 220kV. The substation capacity is 1,500MVA.
Wadi El Natroun Substation has received approval from Egyptian Electric Utility and Consumer Protection Regulatory Agency to undertake the works on the project.
Siemens was appointed by Egyptian Electricity Transmission to undertake design and construction works of the Wadi El Natroun Substation.
About Egyptian Electricity Transmission
Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC), a subsidiary of Egyptian Electricity Holding Company is an electric service company that provides electrical services. The company operates, manages, and maintains electric power transmission grids on extra and high voltages. It coordinates with electricity production companies and power distribution companies to provide electric energy at voltage levels for all uses. EETC purchases electrical power from power plants, in accordance with the customer demand and supplies it to the subscribers and the distribution companies. The company’s operational regional control centers include Alexandria, Cairo, Canal, Middle Delta, West Delta, Egypt.
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