Readers' Letters II: Disillusioned (II)

Two electrical works benefit thousands of users in San Pablo and El Cadillal. Luis Morghenstein and Beatriz Bordinaro, directors of the Regulatory Body of Public Services of Tucumán (Ersept), toured the areas with EDET executives. In São Paulo, a new transformer substation was built and a 200-meter medium-voltage power line was laid. This benefits 1,200 users and means an investment of 1.7 million, framed in the Mandatory Investment Plan. At El Cadillal, 2 kilometers of a new pre-assembled three-phase cable line were supervised, which replaces old single-phase connections in the area of ​​the entrance arch to this tourist village.

In addition, a new transformer substation was built at the site and two other existing ones were repowered to feed the new line. This meant an outlay close to $ 8 million, framed in a mandatory investment plan and benefit 800 users.

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