Oman Electricity Transmission Company Reveals 5-Year Vision for Power Grid Development
The Oman Electricity Transmission Company (OETC) recently conducted an awareness session revealing its ‘5-Year Annual Transmission Capability Statement’. Targeting the student population from various universities, the aim was to keep the future workforce in the loop regarding the company’s development and operational plans. The session was instrumental in shedding light on the company’s strategic plans for the next five years, setting the course for the development of the electricity grid in the Sultanate of Oman.
400kV Electricity Infrastructure and Beyond
The session highlighted OETC’s plans for the construction of a 400kV electricity infrastructure across the Sultanate. This ambitious project forms a crucial part of the company’s strategic plan, aiming to strengthen Oman’s electricity transmission network and ensuring the reliable delivery of power to all corners of the nation.
Renewable Energy: A Step Towards Sustainability
In addition to the planned infrastructure development, the session also unveiled OETC’s future projects focused on renewable energy generation. These projects, particularly in Manah and Duqm, signify the company’s commitment to sustainability and its efforts to reduce the nation’s carbon footprint. The shift towards renewable energy sources not only aligns with global trends but also ensures a sustainable future for Oman.
OETC: The Sole Entity for Electricity Transmission
OETC, a member of the Nama Group, holds the unique position of being the sole entity responsible for the transmission and control of electricity in the Sultanate’s network. Its role in the country’s power sector is pivotal, ensuring the smooth operation of the electricity transmission network, catering to the country’s growing energy needs while planning for a sustainable future.
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