Liberia to Become First Country to Power TRANSCO CLSG Transmission Lines As Weah-led Government Lauded for the SupportMONROVIA – Liberia would be the first country among the TRANSCO CLSG nations to commission transmission lines from the Ivory Coast that would bring into the country 225kv volts to compliment the Mount Coffee Hydro for affordable and widespread electricity distribution in throughout Liberia. This, according to the TRANSCO CLSG General Manager Mr. Mohamed Sherif, would not have been possible without the commitment from the Government of Liberia, especially the Minister of Finance and Development Planning. He said at the inception of the government, the project was about 20 percent but it is currently at about 97 percent nearing completion from Mah in Ivory Coast to the Mount Coffee substation. There is a 225kv substation in Yekepa which the LEC would connect to to supply electricity in Nimba. “From Buchanan we come to Mount Coffee is the biggest among the CLSG substations in the four countries.
Source: Front Page Africa January 24, 2021 21:56 UTC