power transmission

IEE: MFF Power Transmission Enhancement Investment Program

Published Date: 
11/2011

The proposed project is construction of a new 220 kV 125 km long Transmission Lines (TL) from UCHII to SIBI, in Balochistan province. This new 125 km long TL will be passing through total 3 districts. The condition of the power transmission system in Pakistan is inadequate to meet the rapidly growing demand for electrical power. This situation limits national development and economic growth. To enable the transmission system to deliver newly added generating capacity the existing network has to be expanded.

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EIA: MFF for Power Distribution Enhancement Program

Published Date: 
03/2011

This Document is the Environmental Impact Assessment for the tranche-2 sub-project (Conversion of Jalalpur-Nau Grid Substation with double circuit T/Line) proposed by the Gujranwala Electricity Power Company (GEPCO) under the Asian Development Bank (ADB), Power Distribution Enhancement Multi-Tranche Finance Facility (PDE-MFF). Under ADB Guidelines, the substations & distribution lines are to be taken as one integral subproject/ one package and the guidelines require environmental assessment of all components of subprojects whether financed by ADB, governments or other co-financiers.

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IEE: Nabong 500kV Substation and Transmission Facility Project

Published Date: 
06/2011

The Government of Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) requested assistance from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for the development of the Nabong–Udon Thani Power Transmission Project for possible ADB financing. The project aims to deliver power from hydropower sources in Lao PDR through a transmission line and substation system in Nabong Village towards the Udon Thani border in Thailand.

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EIA: Java–Bali 500 kV Power Transmission Crossing Project

Published Date: 
08/2012

Bali is a famous tourist and cultural destination and given that tourism accounts for 6% of the GDP of the country, the government has given priority to its infrastructure development. The tourism industry generates 67% of Bali’s gross regional domestic product and about 70% of the island’s residents are directly or indirectly dependent on this activity. About 46% of the total energy consumption in Bali is in the commercial sector. Electricity demand in Bali averaged around 600 MW currently and is expected to grow to about 2,300 MW by 2025 according to the load forecast of PLN.

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IEE: Rajasthan Renewable Energy Transmission Investment Program

Published Date: 
06/2012

ADB is proposing to extend a multi-tranche financing facility to the Government of Rajasthan under the Rajasthan Renewable Energy Transmission Investment Program. The project will support evacuation of power from Western Rajasthan including the facilities coming up at the 250 MW Phase 1 of the Bhadla solar park, Jodhpur district, Rajasthan for which Rajasthan Renewable Energy Corporation (RREC) is the nodal agency.

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