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New power source for Khanabad District of Kunduz

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New power source for Khanabad District of Kunduz

An Indian company implemented a project involving the installation of over 2,000 power pylons and 11 transformers in the Khanabad district of northern Kunduz province.

About 30,000 families would benefit from this project.

The project costs more than USD 3.5m and would take four months to complete.

One unit would cost two Afs for domestic consumers and seven Afs for commercial users. Khanabad residents have been reliant on electricity produced by private generators.

The residents would rely on private generators previously.


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