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Terna: new underground cable lines in Alghero and Putifigari – News

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Terna: new underground cable lines in Alghero and Putifigari – News

With the start by the Ministry of the Environment and Energy Safety of the authorization process for two new underground cable connections in the province of Sassari, Terna publishes the notice with the parcels of the areas potentially affected by the intervention which fall within the municipalities of Alghero and Putifigari.

The project, for which the company led by Giuseppina Di Foggia will invest approximately 45 million euros, involves the connection of the new “Alghero Sud” primary substation, owned by the local distributor, to the existing 150 kV “Padria-Alghero” line through the construction of two underground cables approximately 20 km long in total. The new infrastructure will allow the demolition of approximately 4 km of existing overhead lines, for a total of 8 pylons that currently cross the municipalities involved.

The intervention will make it possible to increase the resistance of the electricity system to extreme climatic events and the reliability of the local network thanks to the creation of new power supply routes, while simultaneously reducing the environmental impact of the infrastructure on the territory.

It will be possible to view the project documentation at the offices of the Mase, the Region and the two municipalities and submit any written observations within 30 days of publication.

Terna, with around 200 people involved daily in the development and maintenance of the regional electricity grid, manages over 4,400 km of high and very high voltage lines and 29 electricity stations in Sardinia.

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