Akumal, Q.R. — Electrical services have been extended to another community in the municipality of Tulum that has seen more than 1,400 homes benefit.
The project, Construcción de la red eléctrica del fraccionamiento Las Tortugas in the municipality of Tulum, has extended electrical services to 1,488 people. The announcement of the extension was made by the Secretary of Desarrollo Territorial Urbano Sustentable (SEDETUS), Carlos Ríos Castellanos, who said that for this project, a total of 30 transformers and 36 concrete posts with standards were installed along with 2.5 kilometers of voltage cables by the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE).
The secretary of SEDETUS said that the project was a commitment made by Governor Carlos Joaquín in which more than 7.6 million peso was invested.
The construction of the electricity network is the result of the work tables held between Sedetus, authorities and inhabitants of Akumal as well as the work coordinated with the federation and the municipality to solve the lack of electrical infrastructure that the families have suffered for years.