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August 7, 2022

Enel: Investment of over 2 million lei, completed in Giurgiu county

As part of the investment strategy for 2016,  in January – June Enel Distribution Muntenia has completed modernization works in Giurgiu county network of over 2 million lei.

Both the low voltage network and the medium one were targeted. Currently over 1,000 clients in three places, Copaciu, Uzunu and Anghelesti benefit from increased comfort and safer power supply .

The costs of finished works are over 2,000,000 lei and they are part of a wider program of modernizing the network in Giurgiu county. In the modernization process there have been replaced so far over 19,000 meters of cable and there were more than 400 groups of measurement and protection.

In Copaciu town, the network of low and medium voltage and the connecting cables have been fully upgraded, and measuring devices have been installed outside inhabitants’ homes. In Uzunu town, the works were completed at the transformer for medium voltage network, along with the modernization of the low voltage network .The plans for Uzunu and Anghelesti predict moving the measuring instruments outside homes and installing smart electricity meters .

With the smart metering system, it will be able to perform remote readings of electricity consumption, but also trade and tariff changes , connections and disconnections, thus increasing comfort and reducing inconvenience of visits to the customers’ locations.

Currently in Giurgiu county , there are carried out full upgrading works in four cities ( Marsa, Mironeşti, Baneasa, Remus ) and also in Nicolae Titulescu Boulevard from Giurgiu City.

These are a part of an investment project developed by Enel in Romania which aims to improve the quality of customer service, network modernization and implementation of local environmental standards of Enel group .




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