Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Apr 9, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Feb 4, 2019
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According to Bank documents, this project aims to improve the financial viability of the power sector in Tajikistan, and to increase the reliability of electricity supply. Project components include adopting new electricity tariff methodology, restructuring the debt of state-owned Barqi Tojik, and rehabilitating and upgrading works at Barqi Tojik's electricity distribution networks.
This project is part of the Program-for-Results Financing. The total cost of the Tajik government's program is US$608 million.
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Senior Energy Specialist, World Bank
Senior Energy Specialist
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