According to ADB website, ADB is helping Myanmar provide better access to a more reliable supply of electricity in four regions of the country. The project will rehabilitate the distribution network in selected townships and districts in Yangon, Mandalay, Sagaing, and Magway regions. It will help reduce system losses, resulting in increased supply of electricity to urban and rural consumers.
The project will rehabilitate the distribution network in five townships in Yangon region (Hlaingthaya, Insein, Kamayut, Mayangone, and Mingaladon), four districts in Mandalay region (Kyaukse, Meikhtila, Myingyen, and Yameethin), five districts in Sagaing region (Kalay, Katha, Monywa, Sagaing, and Shwebo), and two townships in Magway region (Aungland and Magway). The project will help reduce system losses and subsequently increase the electricity supply to urban and rural consumers to support inclusive and sustainable economic development.
Project Officer: Jung, Choon Sik
Southeast Asia Department
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