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PSE Operator plans $3.1bn Investment for Power Grid Upgrades in Poland

by wireworld on 10/01/2012 - 03:15 am

Tags: Press Releases, Projects

Polish power grid operator PSE is planning to invest PLN9.9bn ($3.1bn) for power grid upgrades, including enhancing the national electricity transmission network and building power lines during next five years.


 


 


The Konstancin-Jeziorna-based firm's board has approved the investment plan which includes constructing about 5,000km of power lines and upgrading 2,000 existing ones.


 


 


As per the plan, the company would construct a 10,400kV transmission line, four 220 kV transmission lines, ten substations, and expand 39 power stations.


 


 


Laying power cables to build cross-border lines with neighboring countries and connect new power sources to the grid are also included in the investment plan.


 


 


In addition, the company has plans to construct a link with the Lithuanian network so that Poland could import 500MW of power by 2015.


 


 


PSE Operator also plans to build additional links with Germany by 2020.