Romanian electricity grid operator revamps important power node

Romanian electricity grid operator Transelectrica will spend some EUR 30 million on revamping the power transformer station at Bradu, which ensures high power connections between Romania’s regions of Muntenia and Oltenia and Transylvania, the company has announced.

The power transformer is located in Arges county, and was commissioned in stages between 1974 and 1980. The project should be finalized in 2018 and will consist in completely changing equipment at the station, and adding extra, new devices.

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