Endesa Improves Quality Of 2500 Residential And Industrial Customers In Zaragoza Towns

Endesa improves the quality of 2,500 residential and industrial customers in the towns of Zaragoza. Endesa invests 150,000 euros in the environmental improvement of the network in Tarazona

Endesa has completed the adaptation and improvement works of the electrical distribution network that supplies energy to Cadrete and María de Huerva.

The investment made, which has amounted to 100,000 euros, will directly benefit 2,500 residential and industrial customers dependent on this electrical node, as reported by the company.

In the technical aspect, the improvement has consisted in the installation of new protection, control and remote control systems in three medium voltage power lines.

The commissioning of the new equipment and systems will serve to improve the reliability of the network and to facilitate the replacement of supply in the event of an incident.

The action is part of the facility improvement program developed annually by Endesa, in order to adapt to the evolution of demand and consolidate the quality of service in rural and semi-urban areas.

Endesa improves the quality of 2,500 residential and industrial customers in the towns of Zaragoza. Endesa invests 150,000 euros in the environmental improvement of the network in Tarazona

Endesa has completed the adaptation and improvement works of the electrical distribution network that supplies energy to Cadrete and María de Huerva.

The investment made, which has amounted to 100,000 euros, will directly benefit 2,500 residential and industrial customers dependent on this electrical node, as reported by the company.

In the technical aspect, the improvement has consisted in the installation of new protection, control and remote control systems in three medium voltage power lines.

The commissioning of the new equipment and systems will serve to improve the reliability of the network and to facilitate the replacement of supply in the event of an incident.

The action is part of the facility improvement program developed annually by Endesa, in order to adapt to the evolution of demand and consolidate the quality of service in rural and semi-urban areas.

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