The Project will help Tajikistan achieve energy security. It will improve regional connectivity and support power trade. The Project will also improve energy efficiency and overall performance in the power sector.
Physical: The project will build two new 220 kV single-circuit transmission lines totaling 140 km of overhead line (OHL). It will also rehabilitate in whole or part six transmission substations at Kairakkum, Asht, Geran, Rumi, Baipaza, and Regar. A third output is to put in place a SCADA system linked to a National Dispatch Centre in Dushanbe, and 32 priority substations across the country (capable of expansion to 204 national substations). The construction of these facilities will be done through three design, supply and install contracts, including testing and commissioning.
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