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One of the world’s largest off-grid solar power systems to be built in Bamyan

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One of the world’s largest off-grid solar power systems to be built in Bamyan

solar powerFunded by New Zealand, one of the world’s largest off-grid solar power systems is going to be built in central Bamyan province.

Costing USD 18mn, the project will provide electricity to 2500 homes and commercial properties.

The project is expected to begin its operations within the next month.

New Zealand has decided to continue with this project despite the death of five New Zealand troops, who lost their lives in an insurgent attack last year ahead of the troop’s withdrawal from the province.

The project is being executed by Timaru Companies Sustainable Energy Services International (SESI) and Netcon , part of the New Zealand Government’s International aid program in Afghanistan.

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