According to the bank document, the project will construct:
(i) 16.6 km transmission line between Ahlone and Thida substations with a 230/66/11kV 150 MVA Ahlone substation and 230/66/11kV (3x150 MVA) GIS Thida substation;
(ii) 286km Mawlamyine-Ye-Dawei transmission line with 230/66/11kV (2 x 50 MVA) Ye substation and 230/66/11kV (2 x 50 MVA) Dawei substation; and
(iii) upgrade and construct 48 new 66/33/11kV substations with 843 km distribution lines in the following states and regions: Aeyawardy, Bago, Mon, Kayin and Rakhine.
The project will also install a computerized transmission asset management systems (CAMS) and a computerized customer billing system (CCBS) to improve operational efficiency and reduce losses in the transmission and distribution systems.
Concessional ordinary capital resources lending / Asian Development Fund US$ 298.90 million
Ministry of Electricity and Energy
No. B-07, Yadana Shwe Pyi St.,
Zaya Theidi Ward, Nay Pyi Taw
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