Daniel Gibbs went last week on the boulevard of Grand-Case for the launch of the first works of burial of the electric networks, operated by the company EDF.
This first pick took place in the presence of the representative of the state, the prefect Philippe Gustin, delegate for the reconstruction, and Elio Gumbs, director of the EDF power station of Saint-Martin which supervises this building site.
President Gibbs, who wants his territory to benefit from a total burial of electrical networks (and telecoms) within 18 months, welcomed the commitment of EDF Archipel Guadeloupe, which has worked tirelessly since the passage of the hurricane IRMA for the rehabilitation of electrical networks and their burial.
This first phase of works concerns the sector of Grand-Case for in the long term extending to the whole territory. The territorial desire to see 100% of the electrical networks buried is an integral part of the reconstruction of the territory, and represents a guarantee of security and service for users, especially in the event of a new natural disaster. _AF
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