Ka Bong, Cat and Chom villages are among the last five of the province's Van Canh district which are yet to be connected to the national grid.
The power transmission project , invested by the People's Committee of Van Canh district with a budget of nearly 15 billion VND (645,700 USD), will be carried out until 2022.
Upon its completion, the power system including a 22 kV transmission line measuring 10.6 km in length and transformers will be managed by the Binh Dinh Power Corporation./.
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