Poland's PGE completes distribution network in Mazovia
The modernization and expansion of the energy infrastructure in Czosnów, east-central Poland, have completed the third stage of Polska Grupa Energetyczna's (PGE) most important energy investment in the dynamically developing region of Mazovia, reported the Warsaw Business Journal.
The 110/15 kV (kilovolt) substation in Czosnów along with the emerging high-voltage lines will improve the security of electricity supply and enable the connection of new facilities to the grid.
The Czosnów junction is the most expensive and the largest network investment in Mazovia implemented by PGE Dystrybucja.
Its last, fourth stage is scheduled for implementation this year.
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