Over the past three years, more than 1.75 million households have access to electricity, a government and ministry victory.
Myanmar’s power supply 7 million households in 2015 – 16, 3 million last year and in December 2019 a combined 5 million 448 million of household electricity available during the term of the new government three years could get more electricity to 1 million households in 75 million years is a triumph of the Government and the Ministry of Electricity Deputy Permanent Secretary for Energy U Htay Aung said.
According to Myanmar’s electricity statistics, there were 3.7 million households in 2015-16, with 5.448 million households in December, with an additional 1.75 million households in the three and a half years under the new government. Htay Aung said at a press conference of the Ministry of Electric Power and Energy on Tuesday, December 5.
In December alone, 50% of the 10.88 million households in Myanmar were living in the country. He said 54,488,706 households were able to generate electricity by December this year.
By the end of November, 368 out of 489 cities had electricity. The city has already received electricity through the Decentralized Grid system. Htay Aung said that 155,580 villages had received electricity in 6,327 villages.