The Project is a priority investment project under the state program on the development of the fuel and energy sector in the Republic of Azerbaijan. It will construct a double-circuit 220 kilovolt (kV) transmission line from Mingechevir hydropower plant to Absheron substation, to replace the existing two single-circuit 220 kV transmission lines (Mingechevir 1 and 2), which have been used for about 60 years. The Project will increase the capacity of the power transmission network in the west-to-east direction. This is crucial for ensuring the required stability of power supply to consumers in the key Azeri industrial and economic hub closest to the capital city of Baku.
Latest Project Documents
|Power Transmission Enhancement Project: Project Completion Report||Sep 2015|
|Power Transmission Enhancement Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2013)||Feb 2014|
|Power Transmission Enhancement Project||Nov 2013|
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