Original disclosure @ ADB website
Updated in EWS Jul 2, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Oct 3, 2016
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This project provides technical assistance to preoare for a related ADB project upgrading Turkmenistan's national power transmission infrastructure.
This includes: (i) reinforcement of the existing 220 kV line from Balkanabat to Ashgabat (450 km) and Ashgabat to Mary (360 km); and (ii) substations at Serdar, Tejen, Ashgabat and Balkanabat. The project also includes the infrastructure of the regional power transmission covering the construction of (i) a 500 kV line from Mary to the Afghanistan border (275 km); (ii) a 220 kV line from Balkanabat to Etrek (260 km); and (iii) a new 220 kV substation at Etrek.
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