UCI’s TABO Project Extends High Voltage Electricity to Qarawa

Qarawa will receive high voltage energy. (Photo: via PNN)

Union Construction and Investment’s (UCI) major real estate project, TABO, on Monday announced the completion of the extension of a network of high voltage underground electricity cables in QarawaBaniZaid, north of Ramallah.

The pioneering project is the first of its kind in the town, which previously only possessed low voltage electricity cables that served a limited number of households, PNN

According to PNN, TABO’s new high voltage underground cables – which will extend to over 2,300m in length – will benefit the rest of the town of Qarawa, which has long-suffered from possessing a weak power supply.

“Our plans to extend electricity to all TABO lands in Ramallah and Salfit, most recently completed in “Qarawa A”, are the latest in UCI’s long line of accomplishments – all of which are to the benefit of current and prospective TABO landowners”, said Khaled Al Sabawi, UCI’s CEO and Vice Chairman and co-founder of TABO.

TABO specifically selected the stunning region of Qarawa to develop a number of their master plans. Collectively TABO’s Qarawa master plans consist of 170 plots, 134 of which were sold to Palestinian families, revealing the soaring success and appeal of the area.

In addition to the economic benefits of such projects, TABO encourages the positive impact such developments have upon social development and sustainable economic building in Palestine.

Launched in 2011, TABO was created as a response to the rising land pricing in Palestinian cities and lack of available land outside of Palestine’s main cities.

TABO adds high-voltage electricity networks to its list of infrastructure accomplishments, which will in the future rehabilitate these areas to enable them to flourish as residential communities.


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