CESI has been selected by the Eastern Africa Power Pool (EAPP) to carry out a feasibility study for a 400kV electricity interconnector.
The aim of the study is to support the development of the East African interconnected power transmission grid to increase the regional power trade and improve the supply reliability and affordability. The scope of work of the project involves the interconnection between Uganda and Tanzania via the Masaka-Mutukula-Kyaka-Nyakanazi-Mabuki transmission lines and associated substations.
The feasibility study includes techno-commercial viability, detailed design and tender documents preparation for construction of 400 kV transmission line and necessary extension of substations, taking into consideration the future power sector developments.
CESI, as consortium leader, is involved in all the project tasks and is fully in charge of the technical analysis and network studies.