Project Details Huambo - Lubango 400kV Transmission Line, Angola

Huambo - Lubango 400kV Transmission Line, Angola
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  • Last Updated on: 18 June 2020.
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Status: Tender
Value: R 100 million+

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Construction of the 343km Huambo - Lubango 400kV transmission line and associated substations in Angola.End of the details preview. Please Log in or Subscribe for ALL the information.

Public Sector Classified as: Open Tender
Angola Region Timing: 2020 onwards.

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Infrastructure

Industry

Power Grid

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The African Development Bank

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