Original disclosure @ AFDB website
Updated in EWS Jun 6, 2022
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According to the bank website, this project involves (i) the construction of 230 kV double circuit Transmission Line from Semera (Ethiopia) to Nagad (Djibouti). The line length is 292 km (102 km in Ethiopia and 190 km in Djibouti). Each circuit will have a rated power transfer capacity of 160 MW (ii) an extension of the existing Semera 230 kV Substation (Ethiopia) and extension of 230/63/20 kV substation at Nagad (Djibouti, (iii) strengthening of the existing 230 Kv transmission line between Kombolcha-Mile to Semera, 170 km long; and construction of 230 kV new substation at Mile and extension of Kombolocha and Semera existing 230 kV substations (Ethiopia), (iv) Last mile connection in Djibouti; (v) Technical Assistance and Capacity Building on Master Plan study and Power Trade Agreements and creating strong trading units in EEP (<< Ethiopian Electric Power >>) and EdD (<< Electricite de Djibouti >>).
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