Islamabad. April 12 (APP): The government has approved the National Transmission and Dispatch Company (NTDC) and Pakistan Electric Power Company (PEC) under the Annual Public Sector Development Program (PSDP) during the current financial year 2022-23. 53.007 billion has been released so far for various projects of PEPCO. According to the data of the Planning Commission, the government has allocated Rs. 42,983.26 million for various NTDC/PEPCO projects, of which Rs. Domestic aid is included. 49,131.40 million rupees have been spent on various projects so far.
An amount of Rs 39,566.83 million has been disbursed under the foreign aid component till January. The government has allocated Rs 7,500 million for Makran network interconnection, Rs 2,000 million for 220 KV Swabi Substation (NTDC), 220/132 KV VGIS Substation Dhabiji (NTDC). ) Rs.1500 million for 500 KV Allama Iqbal Industrial City Rs.1200 million for 220 KV Haripur Substation Rs.1000 million Rs.750 million for ABC Cable of Bannu Circle (PESCO) Peshawar Rs.600 million for construction of 132 kV grid station (Khan Mehtarzai), Rs.395 million for electrification works in various villages of Chitral.
For the new scheme, Rs.2500 million for power distribution efficiency improvement project, Rs.2000 million for secondary transmission lines and grid stations (HESCO), Rs.1500 million for 220 KV Quaid-e-Azam Apparel and Business Park. And Rs.500 million for construction of second circuit string of 132 kV transmission line (Jiwani to Gwadar). Similarly, Rs.14085 million for installation of 2600 MW coal-fired power project at Jamshoro, generating electricity from Ski Kanari. Rs.7600 million for, Rs.7260 million for supply of 50 KWAT/F and HT 'Line for D', Rs.3360 million for power extraction from Daso HPP Stage One,
3400 million for power generation from fifth expansion of Tarbela, Rs.2500 million for Power Distribution Enhancement Investment Program 2, expansion of NTDC's telecommunication and SCADA system at NPCC 2000 million rupees, 1650 million rupees for 500 KV Islamabad West and 3000 million rupees for generation of electricity from 1224 MW wind power plants in Jhampir.
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