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ADB can issue loan to Uzbekistan to modernize electricity metering system

www.uzdaily.com
25 June 2013

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) can allocate loan for US4 million to modernization of the electricity metering system in five regions of Uzbekistan.

According to the ADB website, the loan will be used to modernize the system of electricity metering in Andijan, Namangan, Ferghana, Kashkadarya and Surkhandarya regions.

The project will install advanced electricity metering (AEM) system that uses modern, accurate, and theft-proof revenue meters for the power grid system and the end user customers in Andijan, Ferghana, Namangan, Kashkadarya, and Surkhandarya regions.

The project will include installation of 2.6 million meters and meter data management (MDM) system that includes billing and energy data management systems, and capacity development for operational improvement for reducing commercial losses.

The project will help improve energy efficiency in the power distribution sector, by reducing commercial losses and improving the efficiency of electricity revenue collection.

The project will be implemented within three years. The project cost is US7.95 million. The ADB plans to issue US million from its ordinary resources and US million from the Asian Development Fund. Uzbekistan will issue US3.95 million to the project. The ADB will consider allocation of loan in March 2014.

The ADB issued US0 million to modernization of electricity metering system in Bukhara, Jizzakh and Samarkand regions.

The project cost is US7.4 million and it envisages installation of 1 million electricity meters by 2015. Currently, tender for selection of equipment supplier is underway.

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) can allocate loan for US4 million to modernization of the electricity metering system in five regions of Uzbekistan.

According to the ADB website, the loan will used to modernize the system of electricity metering in Andijan, Namangan, Ferghana, Kashkadarya and Surkhandarya regions.

The project will install an advanced electricity metering (AEM) system that uses modern, accurate, and theft-proof revenue meters for the power grid system and the end user customers in Andijan, Ferghana, Namangan, Kashkadarya, and Surkhandarya regions.

The project will include installation of 2.6 million meters and meter data management (MDM) system that includes billing and energy data management systems, and capacity development for operational improvement for reducing commercial losses.

The project will help improve energy efficiency in the power distribution sector, by reducing commercial losses and improving the efficiency of electricity revenue collection.

The project will be implemented within three years. The project cost is US7.95 million. The ADB plans to issue US million from its ordinary resources and US million from the Asian Development Fund. Uzbekistan will issue US3.95 million to the project. The ADB will consider allocation of loan in March 2014.

The ADB issued US0 million to modernization of electricity metering system in Bukhara, Jizzakh and Samarkand regions.

The project cost is US7.4 million and it envisages installation of 1 million electricity meters by 2015. Currently, tender for selection of equipment supplier is underway.

- See more at: http://www.uzdaily.com/articles-id-23685.htm#sthash.8E5YcbtC.dpuf

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) can allocate loan for US4 million to modernization of the electricity metering system in five regions of Uzbekistan.

According to the ADB website, the loan will used to modernize the system of electricity metering in Andijan, Namangan, Ferghana, Kashkadarya and Surkhandarya regions.

The project will install an advanced electricity metering (AEM) system that uses modern, accurate, and theft-proof revenue meters for the power grid system and the end user customers in Andijan, Ferghana, Namangan, Kashkadarya, and Surkhandarya regions.

The project will include installation of 2.6 million meters and meter data management (MDM) system that includes billing and energy data management systems, and capacity development for operational improvement for reducing commercial losses.

The project will help improve energy efficiency in the power distribution sector, by reducing commercial losses and improving the efficiency of electricity revenue collection.

The project will be implemented within three years. The project cost is US7.95 million. The ADB plans to issue US million from its ordinary resources and US million from the Asian Development Fund. Uzbekistan will issue US3.95 million to the project. The ADB will consider allocation of loan in March 2014.

The ADB issued US0 million to modernization of electricity metering system in Bukhara, Jizzakh and Samarkand regions.

The project cost is US7.4 million and it envisages installation of 1 million electricity meters by 2015. Currently, tender for selection of equipment supplier is underway.

- See more at: http://www.uzdaily.com/articles-id-23685.htm#sthash.8E5YcbtC.dpuf

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) can allocate loan for US4 million to modernization of the electricity metering system in five regions of Uzbekistan.

According to the ADB website, the loan will used to modernize the system of electricity metering in Andijan, Namangan, Ferghana, Kashkadarya and Surkhandarya regions.

The project will install an advanced electricity metering (AEM) system that uses modern, accurate, and theft-proof revenue meters for the power grid system and the end user customers in Andijan, Ferghana, Namangan, Kashkadarya, and Surkhandarya regions.

The project will include installation of 2.6 million meters and meter data management (MDM) system that includes billing and energy data management systems, and capacity development for operational improvement for reducing commercial losses.

The project will help improve energy efficiency in the power distribution sector, by reducing commercial losses and improving the efficiency of electricity revenue collection.

The project will be implemented within three years. The project cost is US7.95 million. The ADB plans to issue US million from its ordinary resources and US million from the Asian Development Fund. Uzbekistan will issue US3.95 million to the project. The ADB will consider allocation of loan in March 2014.

The ADB issued US0 million to modernization of electricity metering system in Bukhara, Jizzakh and Samarkand regions.

The project cost is US7.4 million and it envisages installation of 1 million electricity meters by 2015. Currently, tender for selection of equipment supplier is underway.