The proposed investment program will finance investments in Electricidade de Timor-Leste (EDTL) Timor-Leste's state-run electric utility) to improve electricity service reliability, expand access to modern energy services, and improve performance of EDTL's management, maintenance, and revenue-collection systems throughout Timor-Leste. Achievement of these objectives will substantially reduce the fiscal drain of the power sector on Timor-Leste's budget. Investments will be financed consistent with a sector development strategy and investment roadmap, to be prepared as a key output of project preparatory technical assistance (PPTA).
Ministry of Public Works, Transport and Communications (formerly Ministry of Public Works)
Avenida dos martires da Patria
Mandarin, Dili, Timor-Leste
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