The development objective of Power Sector Recovery Project for Guinea is to improve the technical and commercial performance of the Electricité de Guinée (EDG). This project has three components. 1) The first component, Improvement of EDG’s performance through a management services contract, aims to finance the additional services of experts from the MSC contractor without extending the MSC execution period ending in October 2019. 2) The second component, Improvement of Conakry distribution network and commercial performance of EDG, aims to finance critical investments identified by the IRP of EDG to improve (a) the distribution network for better service delivery and (b) commercial performance of EDG. It has the following two subcomponents: (i) Improving Distribution Network; and (ii) EDG’s commercial performance improvement. 3) The third component, Technical assistance, capacity building, and project implementation support, aims to finance the implementation of Human Resource Capacity Building Program of EDG (2017–2019) and the institutional support to the Ministry of Energy and Hydraulics (MEH), Agence Guinéenne d’Electrification Rurale (AGER), and the regulator, and support to the two PIUs of the project. It has two subcomponents as follows: (i) Capacity building of EDG’s human resources; and (i) Institutional and project implementation support.
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