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5 MW Thermal Power to Ghazni Province- Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat

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5 MW Thermal Power to Ghazni Province- Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat

With the implementation of Da Afghanistna Breshna Sherkat (DABS) project, Ghazni is granted with 5mega watts of thermal power.

The full cost of the project is covered by DABS, according to the company’s officials.

Ghazni will be hosting the upcoming 2013 festival which will be attended by hundreds of Afghan and foreign guests. Ghazi officials had expressed their concerns about lack of adequate facilities for accommodating guests, and absence of sufficient and standard electricity was one of them.

“One of the main purposes of this project was to meet the requirements of the province for the 2013 festival,” said Abdul Razique Samadi, CEO of DABS.

Mr. Samadi visited the province for the inauguration of the project. He said that the implementation of the project will cost about 150 million afs which will be provided by the Breshna Company.

He added that the project will be completed in the next four months.

According to Mr. Samadi, this project involves 15 transformers that will benefit 5,000 families in addition to the Islamic Cultural Center.

 With regards to the project of transferring imported powers from the North to southern provinces, Mr. Samadi said that the government is trying to achieve this project in the next at least one year, and Ghazni will be the first priority of this project.

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