According to the bank's website, "The project aims to strengthen Assam's electricity distribution system, comprising networks at 33Kilo-Volts (KV) level and below, by a) constructing new 33/11KV substations at important load centers, b) laying of new 33KV and 11KV overhead distribution lines, and c) installation of new High Voltage Distribution System (HVDS) at select locations to improve reliability and to reduce the distribution losses. The project will comprise three components:
Component One: Construction of approximately 196 nos. of 33/11KV substations with the associated 33KV and 11KV distribution lines.
Component Two: Construction of approximately 1,100 HVDS to replace the existing low voltage network.
Component Three: Technical Assistance including the hiring of Project Management Consultants during project preparation and implementation and other measures to improve the capacity of the Implementing Agency."
Government of Assam US$ 96 million
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Chief Project Manager and Director - PMU
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