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Adamawa: S.D.O. of Mbere visits D31 line at Meiganga

" I came here today to see for myself. And, I am satisfied. We have seen that some of the poles have been replaced while others are being replaced. " Nouhou Bello, S.D.O. of Mbere.

It was during an inspection visit conducted on 04 July 2020 that the S.D.O. of Mbere got a close look at the progress of the work to replace critical poles with wood or concrete poles.

250 poles are being injected for a start. The operation, which will last about two months, will help stabilise the line, which runs from Ngaoundere to Meiganga and powers several communities along the way.

By the end of 2020 or the beginning of 2021, Eneo hopes to build this line entirely out of concrete poles.

CHAN 2020-CAN 2021: Most of the power supply installations for the sites have been built and operational

Yaounde, 24 January 2020- Eneo has already built and commissioned more than 90% of the installations

Insights on the financial health of Cameroon’s power system in early 2020

Electricity rationing, inputs from the Memve’ele and Lom Pangar dams on energy supply, government

"The sun rises in the East" : After Djoum, Eneo Cameroon commissions its second hybrid solar-thermal power plant in Lomié

Lomié, July 29, 2020. Eneo Cameroon announces the commissioning on 27 July, in Lomié, Eastern Regi


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