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Indonesia - Second Power Transmission Development Project (English)

The development objective of the Second Power Transmission Development Project for Indonesia is to meet growing electricity demand and increase access to electricity in the project area through strengthening and expanding the capacity of the power transmission networks in the project area in a sustainable manner. The project has single component with following two parts: first part is extension and rehabilitation of selected existing 150-20 Kilovolt (kV) substations and 70-20 kV substations in the project area, including adding one or more new transformers and associated equipment; and or replacing existing transformers with new transformers and associated equipment with higher capacity; and second part is construction of selected new 150-20 kV substations in the project area, including installation of transformers and associated equipment.


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    East Asia and Pacific,

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    Indonesia - Second Power Transmission Development Project

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Indonesia - Second Power Transmission Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.