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2006/06/10. New thermal station in Limbe.
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Property Release PR-NON
City Limbe
Orientation landscape
Title 2006/06/10. New thermal station in Limbe.
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Subcollections Jean Pierre Kepseu
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Creation_date 2006-06-10T00:00:00
Media Id 99_805
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Credit Line Jean Pierre Kepseu / Panapress / Africa Media Online
Keywords Power plants, Industrial facilities, Electricity supply, Electricity , Public utility companies, Engine rooms
Description LIMBE - JUNE 10: The engine room at the new heavy-fuel thermal station at the foot of Mount Cameroon, on June 10, 2006 in Limbe, South West, Cameroon. It is the biggest investment of AES-SONEL, the only producing and distributing electricity power, since it is privatized. With a power generation capacity, the plant address the urgent electricity shortage in Cameroon. (Photo Jean Pierre Kepseu/Panapress) *** Local Caption *** LIMBE - 10 JUIN: Le bloc moteur de la centrale thermique a fuel lourd au pied du mont Cameroun dans la province du Sud Ouest. 10 juin 2006, Limbe, Cameroun. Elle est l'une des grandes realisations de AES-SONEL depuis la privatisation de l'unique societe productrice et distributrice d'energie electrique. Avec sa puissance d'environ 85 MW, elle vient ainsi combler l'insufisance existante dans l'aprovisionnement en energie electrique. (Photo Jean Pierre Kepseu/Panapress)
Province South-West
Country Cameroon
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