The Project consists of seven components under three main categories: (i) energy access, (ii) clean energy, and (iii) capacity building.
Component 1-Energy Access: Facilitating Access to Clean Energy. Component 1 consists of (i) constructing the Middle Marsyangdi Damauli Marsyangdi transmission line and associated facilities to strengthen the evacuation of power from the 70 megawatt (MW) Marsyangdi hydropower station, (ii) constructing the second circuit of the Butwal Kohalpur transmission line to improve cross-border power import capacity, and (iii) constructing and expanding the Chapali and Matatirtha substations and installation of capacitor banks to strengthen the capability of the transmission network to transfer power.
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