Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat has always made effort to provide power supply services to the extent possible for all Afghans across the country. This time the agreement of three projects are being signed with the KEC, Phoenix, and GFA Consulting Ltd companies valued at USD 151,557,716 paid by the unconditional assistance of the USAID via the Ministry of Finance.

 

L to R: Deputy Chief of Mission Embassy of India, Kabul Mr. Viraj Singh.US AID Assistant to the Administrator in the Office of Afghanistan and Pakistan Affairs (OAPA) Mr. Larry Sampler. Minister of Finance Dr. Hazrat Omar ZakhilwalCEO DABS Mr. Abdul Razique SamadiKEC Country Manager Mr. B SubrahmanyamPhoenix IT Solutions VP Consulting Services and Program Director- DABS Mr. Ram Narayan Vedula.GFA Consulting Ltd. Project Director Mr. Geoff Robinson.

L to R: Deputy Chief of Mission Embassy of India, Kabul Mr. Viraj Singh. US AID Assistant to the Administrator in the Office of Afghanistan and Pakistan Affairs (OAPA) Mr. Larry Sampler.  Minister of Finance Dr. Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal, CEO DABS Mr. Abdul Razique Samadi, KEC Country Manager Mr. B Subrahmanyam, Phoenix IT Solutions VP Consulting Services and Program Director- DABS Mr. Ram Narayan Vedula. GFA Consulting Ltd. Project Director Mr. Geoff Robinson.

The first project includes two sections; that is designing, supply, and installation and transmission line of 220 KV Arghandi-Ghazni valued at USD 56,731,635.94 being implemented by KEC International Ltd.

The second part includes designing, supply, and establishment of 220 KV substations in Sayedabad and Ghazni valued at USD 48,118,617.75 being also applied by the KEC International Ltd.

The second project (Corporate Management Support) valued at USD 18,823,972 shall be applied by GFA Consulting Ltd.

The third project (Corporate Management Support) valued at USD 17,906,779 shall be applied by Phoenix IT Solutions Ltd.
The fourth project (Procurement and Billing Implementation Program mPower™) valued at USD 9,976,713 being implemented by the Phoenix.

Ref: website http://mof.gov.af/en/news/three-contracts-of-133-million-were-signed-with-companies-for-the-improvement-of-electricity-network