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H.E. Union Minister U Win Khaing inspects Mone Chaung and Kyi Ohn Kyi Wa Hydropower Plant in Magway Region

  H.E. Union Minister U Win Khaing for MOEE accompanied by Dr. Aung Moe Nyo , Chief Minister for Government of Magway Region, Deputy Minister  Dr. Tun Naing, U Myint Zaw, Magway Region Minister for Natural Resources, Environment, Electricity & Energy and Departmental Heads inspected Mone Chaung Hydropower Plant situated in Saytotetayar Township and Kyi Ohn Kyi Wa Hydropower Plant situated in Pwint Phyu Township in Magway Region on 18th May, 2019.


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18-May-2019
U Win Khaing , Union Minister for Ministry of Electricity and Energy meet H.E. Mrs. Suphatra  Srimaitreephithak , Thailand Ambassador to Myanmar

    U Win Khaing , Union Minister for Ministry of Electricity and Energy met H.E. Mrs. Suphatra  Srimaitreephithak , Thailand Ambassador to Myanmar in meeting hall of Office No.27, Ministry of Electricity and Energy on 16th May 2019 in the morning 10:00 AM.


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16-May-2019
Union Minister H.E U Win Khaing receives the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China who is going to depart

Union Minister for Electricity and Energy, H.E U Win Khaing, received the Ambassador of People’s Republic of China (PRC) to Myanmar, Mr. Hong Liang, at Union Minister’s parlour on 10:00 AM in the morning.


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06-May-2019

Articles

Efficient energy use from one person to all people : the promoting development of the nation

Off-shore has great potential for national income and if the extractable resources in the oil and gas industry are to be found, there are stable revenues coming to the Republic of the Union of Myanmar in short period of time for over 20 years.


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04-Apr-2019

Other News

Completion of 66 KV Pathein to Ngwesaung  transmission line (14.92) miles

66 KV Pathein to Ngwesaung transmission line (14.92) miles and 66/11 KV, (5) MVA Ngwesaung substation project was started to construct on 9.2.2016 and then completed on 21.12.2018. So, Ngwesaung and 4817 households of 15 villages near Ngwesaung township are distributed electricity to use in full voltage through National Grid.

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Department of Power Transmission and System Control (DPTSC)

Completion of 66 KV Nga Yoke Kaung mountain to Nga Yoke Kaung transmission line (15.54) miles

66 KV Nga Yoke Kaung mountain to Nga Yoke Kaung transmission line (15.54) miles and 66/33/11 KV, (10) MVA Nga Yoke Kaung substation project was started to construct on 1.11.2017 and then completed on 23.12.2018. So, Nga Yoke Kaung and 5924 households of 38 villages near Nga Yoke Kaung township are distributed electricity to use in full voltage through National Grid.

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Department of Power Transmission and System Control (DPTSC)

Transmission Electricity in 58 villages including Kokke village, Myingyan Township, Myingyan District, Mandalay Region

As 66 KV transmission line (3.4) miles and 66/11 KV, (5) MVA Kokke substation was completed on 4.12.2018 under cost of Mandalay-Myotha Industry Garden Project, totally 35 villages and Yonehto Cottage Hospital was transmitted electricity  on 13.12.2018 and attempting to distribute to remaining 23 villages which are targeted to electrify in Kokke area as soon as possible.

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Mandalay Electricity Supply Corporation(MESC)

Condition in the beginning of power supply from 66 kV Mawlamyine-Thanbyuzayat power line 40.48 miles, 66 kV Thanbyuzayat substation and Switchbay Extension of Mawlamyine substation

           66 kV Mawlamyine-Thanbyuzayat power line 40.48 miles, 66/33/11 kV, 20 MVA Thanbyuzayat substation and switchbay extension of Mawlamyine substation construction were started since 2016. These projects were finished on 7-12-2018 and then  12629 households of 28 villages, Thanbyuzayat and Kyaik-kami are distributed with  full voltage by 33 kV feeders from 66/33 kV, 20 MVA transformer on 9-12-2018 at 5:00 pm. Current consumption load was 8.5 MW and will manage to supply  power to the 21385 households of 95 villages near Mudon and Kamarwatt.

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Department of Power Transmission and System Control (DPTSC)

Construction of 66 kV Myingyan- Ngazun Transmission Line (0.67 miles) and 66 /11 kV 10 MVA Ngazun Substation Project

As construction of 66 kV Myingyan- Ngazun Transmission Line (0.67 miles) and 66 /11 kV 10 MVA Ngazun Substation Project was started to construct on 7.3.2016 to fully electrify to Ngazun, Mandalay Region, transmission line was charged on 31.5.2018 and Ngazun

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Department of Power Transmission and System Control (DPTSC)