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The state-owned power company is getting ready to convert Georgetown to 60 Hz frequency and there may be instances of outages.According to the company yesterday,Cheap Jerseys From China, the conversion exercise is scheduled to run from February 17 to early May.“Preparatory work will begin on February 8th, when new transformers will be installed in order to minimize the duration and scope of the outage,” GPL said yesterday. The power company explained that the exercise is in keeping with its decision of having a single frequency of 60 HZ.“The exercise coincides with the frequency conversion of units at the Wartsila Kingston 1 Plant from 50Hz to 60 Hz. Standardization of the supply frequency at 60Hz  will allow for an improved quality of power supply in addition to duel frequency equipment operating more efficiently.”The exercise will be done in phases to minimize inconvenience. “Individual transformers will be replaced with dual voltage transformers,Wholesale Stitched Jerseys, which will be switched to the 60Hz source on a date agreed to by customers. Consumers, not necessarily limited to areas being converted, will experience power outages and will be advised accordingly on the time and duration of these outages.”The first phase of the conversion,China NFL Jerseys, on February 17, will affect consumers in Bel Air Park,Cheap Jerseys From China, specifically in Jacaranda Avenue and along Eping Avenue,Cheap World Cup Jerseys 2018, the company said.“On that day, the power supply will be interrupted as the necessary changes are made to switch the network to a 60Hz source and complete the insulation upgrade.  The second phase of the conversion scheduled for March 10th will affect consumers in parts of Kingston,NFL Jerseys Wholesale From China, and the Thomas Lands area.”A schedule of other areas to be converted will be provided shortly.  “GPL will be in the areas to benefit from this upgrade to meet with consumers and to provide any clarification. Consumers can also call Tel. Nos. 226-2600 or 225-1471 to obtain additional information.”
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