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Indian company to execute power project in Afghanistan

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Indian company to execute power project in Afghanistan

gammon indiaAfghan Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) signed a contract with an Indian company, Gammon India, for a power project that would benefit over 7,000 families.

The project involves transferring of 20KW electricity from Mazar-e -Sharif to Balkh province through extension of two power lines and installation of thirty nine transformers in Khulm and Marmul districts, located  in  the central Balkh province.

Estimated to cost over 7 million dollars, the project would be funded by the German government.

The project is expected to be completed in next 15 months.

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