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DABS signed Baghlan to Bamyan Electricity transmission line’s agreement

19th June 2016: The agreement about providing grant to extend electricity lines from “Doshi” to “Bamyan” was signed in presidency of Afghanistan between chief of Da Afghanistan Breshan  Sherkat (DABS) and chief of Asian Development Bank (ADB).

“Our technical team surveyed “Doshi” district and “Bamyan” province and drafted the plan to build the electricity substations in three places but the plan is not finalized yet.”.... Read More

DABS CEO Message
CEO Dear Compatriots, Maintenance, expansion, renovation and accurate management process of electricity and also distribution and revenue collection of it, all across our country, are the responsibilities and duties of Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat. All the offices and employees of Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat are trying to make sure that all afghan citizens have access to electricity (the master key of civilization). If today comes the idea of globalization and industrial community so electricity plays a key role above all things for becoming an industrial community.Dear citizens, .....Read More
 

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Naghlu Dam’s power generating capacity raises to 100 MW

12th June 2016: 1,492,848 USD valued project contract which was about Advising and supervising from rebuilding of first machine and major restoration of third machine of Naghlu Dam, was signed in Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) between “DABS” and “MAX HELIOS” company.

This amount which will be provided from World Bank (WB) grants, includes 12 months of advising and supervising from all tasks of rebuilding Naghlu Dam’s machines which will be done by “INTER RAO” company.

The 6.6 million USD valued contract of rebuilding first machine, major restoration of third machine and providing necessary equipment for the..... Read More

2016-06-12

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DABS signs Pol-e Khomri 500 KV transmission line’s contract with KPTL-RGM JV- USD 119 Million

In order to supply electricity to the central, southern and eastern provinces, Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) has signed a Contract for 500 KV transmission line of Dasht-e Alwan of Pol-e Khomri to Arghandi of Kabul city with KPTL-RGM JV company.

This 118,942,610 USD valued project which the amount will be provided from Asian Development Bank(ADB) grants, includes detail design, procure of equipment, building construction and installation, test and Assembly of 500 KV transmission line.

The line has a total length of 209KM begins from Dasht-e Alwan of Pol-e Khomri substation and plans to extend to Arghandi substation of Kabul which will be able to transmit 1000MW of e..... Read More

2016-06-07

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We make all-out efforts to solve electricity problems in the country- Delawari, CEO of DABS

“We planned four percent economic growth of Afghanistan during 1395 which depends on electricity and government of Afghanistan is undertaking specific programs to build foundation of power generating in the country”. Abdulsatar Murad minister of economics of Afghanistan said in 6th annual Breshna summit of The Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat.

 Murad added: “Construction of large electricity generating dams is in priority of the governmental projects, which now serious works in most provinces to construct large power generation sources is going on and we try to encourage businessmen those who are investing in electricity production sector”.

 Same time Mr. Qud..... Read More

2016-05-26

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Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) is an independent and autonomous company established under The Corporations and Limited Liabilities Law of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (IROA). DABS is a limited liability company with all its equity shares owned by the Government of Afghanistan (GoA). The company was incorporated on 4th May 2008 (15 Saur 1387) and replaces Da Afghanistan Breshna Moassassa (DABM) as the national power utility. DABS will operate and manage electric power generation, import, transmission, and distribution throughout Afghanistan on a commercial basis.

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