Ashgabat, Turkish Company Sign Deal to Build Turkmenistan-Afghanistan Power Transmission Line

The Ministry of Energy of Turkmenistan and TAPP-500 Power Transmission Line FZE company have signed an agreement on cooperation in construction of the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan power transmission line in Ashgabat, Turkmen media report.

The first stage of the project covers construction of a 220 kW power transmission line to the Turkmen-Afghan border along the route from the Mary Hydropower station to the Afghan city of Herat.

The implementation of this agreement will increase export of Turkmen electricity and create prerequisites for establishment of the power engineering industry in Afghanistan.
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TAPP-500 Power Transmission Line FZE is a subsidiary of Turkish company Çalyk Holding, which is a long-standing partner of Turkmenistan in developing its power engineering industry.

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