Procurement of Plant, Design, Supply, and Installation, Testing and Commissioning of 220/110/20-kV Substation at Jalalabad Shaikh Mesri

Financials
Total Budget Spent
$20,000,000 $0
FY Budget Spent
$0 $0
 
Progress
Major Milestones
Overall Planned
Overall Actual
Overview
Current Status ongoing
Location Nangarhar
Funding Agency Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Exp/Start Date 14-May-20
Contractual Completion Date 04-May-22
Expected Completion Date 04-May-22
Procurement of Plant, Design, Supply, and Installation, Testing and Commissioning of 220/110/20-kV Substation at Jalalabad Shaikh Mesri
Project Description: The project covers the design, manufacture, testing, supply, insurance, packing for export, shipment, delivery to site, unloading, provision of access roads, temporary permissions from the relevant land owners to construct the overhead line foundations/towers, civil works and erection and installationof equipment, testing on completion, commissioning, setting to work for the project: The Deign, Supply, Construction, Installation and Commissioning of 220/110/20 kV New Shaikh Mesri Substation (S/S), The project comprises the execution, on a turnkey basis, of its all supplies and services.
Donor: 5
Start Date: 2020-05-14
End Date: 2022-05-04
Location: Nangarhar
Physical Progress: 9.56%
Financial Progress: 0.00%
Progress Status: ongoing
Expected Results: • Provide sustainable power to two industrial Parks in eastern Afghanistan. • Strengthen supplies from 100 MW Naghlo hydro power plant and 40 MW solar power at Nengrahar industrial park in sheikh Mesri area as well and; • Enable grid stability by interconnection with transmission lines in adjoin provinces. • Provide good reliable and quality power supply to the customers of eastern grid. • Improve the transmission network connectivity between primary load center (Kabul) to eastern load centers (Jalalabad region). • Interconnect isolated networks of Eastern grid. • Improve the stability of Eastern grid. • energize additional 300,000 new connections to residential, commercial and consumers.
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