ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDIES ON 132 kV SUBMARINE CABLE PROJECT OF KISH ISLAND
PERIOD: 2009 - 2014
EMPLOYER: Iran Power Development Company
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: 132 kV submarine cable of Kish Island is designed for electrical energy transmission from nearby Aftab Port (Garzeh) to Kish Island. This transmission line will be 21 km long all of which will be laid on the Persian Gulf bed, between Kish Island and the main island. It is required to mention that this submarine transmission line will consist of two parallel cables with a distance of 150 m from each other.
LOCATION: Between Garzeh port and Kish island
STAGE: Study phase
MOSHANIR’S ROLE: Studies on review, reconnaissance and assessment of negative and positive impacts of the project on the region’s environment as well as provision of strategies to abate the adverse impacts and to increase the positive impacts resulting from the construction and operation; The assessment results were submitted for the approval of Assessment Office in order to obtain the permit from Environment Protection Organization for commencement of project construction work.
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