According to bank documents, the proposed project will consist of four components: (i) hydropower facility (HPF); (ii) access road; (iii) transmission line; and (iv) technical assistance.
Australia-Pacific Islands Partnership Trust Fund US$ 1 million
Takafumi Kadono, Senior Energy Specialist
Solomon Islands Ministry of Finance and Treasury
Mckinnie Dentana, Permanent Secretary
Solomon Islands Ministry of Mines, Energy and Rural Electrification
Chris Vehe (Dr), Permanent Secretary
Solomon Islands Electricity Authority
Pradip Verma, CEO
Tina Hydropower Limited
Jaeil Ryoo, Chief Executive Officer
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