The project will upgrade the national power system operation's reliability and efficiency, and enhance transmission capacity. The project will include three main components: (i) expansion of supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system; (ii) rehabilitation of four existing 220/110-kilovolt (kV) substation; and (iii) support for institutional development, capacity building, and project management. The project will help increase the electricity supply to urban and rural consumers to support inclusive and sustainable economic development.
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|Loan No. 3150-ARM: Power Transmission Rehabilitation Project [ADB-L3150-ARM/EPSO/ICB]||29 Dec 2015|
|Power Transmission Rehabilitation Project: Procurement Plan||Jul 2014|
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