Power Network Development Project: Report and Recommendation of the President
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The project will construct two 230-kilovolt (kV) transmission lines (of about 300 kilometers) with five 230 kV substations, 48 medium-voltage substations, and 843 kilometers of distribution lines in various states and regions in Myanmar. The project will install, for the first time, computerized systems to improve operational efficiency and reduce losses in the transmission and distribution systems. Such computerized systems will be introduced as a first step toward digitizing power system management in Myanmar. The project will help increase the electricity supply in support of inclusive and sustainable development and achieve the country’s target of universal electricity access by 2030.
The report and recommendation of the President to the Board of Directors (RRP) document describes the terms and conditions of a project for consideration and approval by ADB's Board of Directors.
This document dated October 2018 is provided for the ADB project 50020-002 in Myanmar.
- Loan Agreement
- Sector Assessment (Summary): Energy
- Project Administration Manual
- Contribution to the ADB Results Framework
- Development Coordination
- Financial Analysis
- Economic Analysis
- Country Economic Indicators
- Summary Poverty Reduction and Social Strategy
- Risk Assessment and Risk Management Plan
- Initial Environmental Examination: Transmission
- Initial Environmental Examination: Distribution
- Resettlement and Ethnic Group Development Plan: Transmission
- Resettlement and Ethnic Group Development Plan: Distribution
- Summary of Project Activities in Conflict-Affected Areas: Kayin, Mon, and Rakhine States