The project will (i) construct 8.4 kilometer (km) of 230 kilovolt (kV) transmission line between Thida and Thaketa substations, and 8.4 km of 230 kV transmission line between Thaketa and Kyaikasan substations; (ii) extend the switchyard of the existing 230 kV Thaketa substation to accommodate two new 230 kV transmission lines; (iii) upgrade the existing 66 kV Kyaikasan substation to 230 kV substation; (iv) build new 230 kV substations at South Okkalapa and West University; and (v) strengthen the capacity of the staff of Myanmar Electric Power Enterprise (MEPE). The project will help to complete the critically important 230 kV transmission ring supplying electricity for the Yangon region and ensure reliable electricity supply to support sustainable economic development for Myanmar.
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