The government has unveiled plan to keep the lights on until the City of Mount Vema tidal power plant project is completed. The news comes after rumours that vonMelyn the energy provider licensed to keep the lights on in the territory asked for an extension to the deadline.
In a statement issued today, the government confirmed the rumours and said that it is working to build a society free from blackouts, and that electricity generators will be ordered this year to keep the lights on until the Tidal Power Plant is ready.
The City of Mount Vema tidal power plant project is expected to be completed before 2020. Construction of some parts and components of the Plant proposed by vonMelyn – the utility company of Mount Vema has started in December 2018 and will be completed just before 2020, but the assembling of the actual Plant depends on the other parts of the overall project including foundation infrastructures.
The Power Plant Project is designed to become a reliable source of electricity for the entire City of Mount Vema, and according to the company's plans, the output of the City of Mount Vema Power Plant network which will operate 24 hours a day will exceed 3200 MW with a power capacity the equivalent of just over 1 million homes. More than the capacity the territory will need to keep the lights on 24/7, with any excess energy to be stored for later.