The purpose of the PPTA is to support the Government?s strategy for continued poverty reduction through sustained economic growth by assisting in the preparation of a power distribution enhancement project to ensure a sufficient and stable power supply through the distribution system in Pakistan. The project will also improve system stability and security, reduce losses, and improve the reliability of supply through (i) the construction and upgrading of 132 kV, 66 kV, 32 kV, and 11 KV distribution lines, (ii) construction of 132 kV substations and 66 kV substations, (iii) extension of 132 kV and 66 kV substations, (iv) and installation of and upgrading of the metering systems, meters, and billing and collection systems.
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