16th August, 2016: Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), the national electricity utility of Afghanistan announced that the Fichtner Company which works as a consultant for DABS in Doshi-Bamyan project has started “pre design” procedure and is preparing bidding documents for Doshi- Bamyan transmission line project.
As per the tentative Time Schedule for Pre‐Design and Tender Documents of Doshi- Bamyan transition line done by “Fi.... Read More
Kabul, August 15, 2016: Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), the national electricity utility of Afghanistan announced that the Fichtner Company, working as a consultant for DABS in Doshi-Bamyan project has started the design for Bamyan’s Electricity Distribution system and will be completed by 5th September 2016.
Fichtner Company has also initiated the design for Bamyan and Doshi Substations and Line Routing Design with the help of Satellite Maps. DABS decided to send an expert team to survey and evaluate the Doshi- Bamyan transmission Line’s route. As per the Preliminary Routing design, the line will extend parallel to the Dosh.....
14th August 2016: In order to facilitate electricity bill payments for the consumers, Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), the national electricity utility of Afghanistan, today signed the contract with Maiwand Bank. The contract was signed by Mr. Qudratullah Delawari, Chief Executive Officer DABS and Mr. Mukesh Verma, CEO, Maiwand Bank and will be valid for five years.
“As DABS provides electricity to more than 1.3 million people in the country, our endeavor has been to provide more convenience to our consumers. This contract will enable fast-track customer payments, giving away to their woes for electricity bill payment. We have signed contracts.....
Kabul, August 10, 2016: Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), the national electricity utility company of Afghanistan informs its customers that beginning today, August 10, the power that Kandahar and Lashkar Gah residents are receiving comes from an alternative source of fuel purchased by DABS to feed their diesel generators. For the next 50 to 60 days, Kajaki Hydro-Power Plant (KHPP) will be out of service due to the installation of Kajaki Unit 2. In order to provide continuous electricity during this transition, DABS has arranged for the purchase of the diesel fuel to provide a back-up supply of power to its customers in Kandahar and Helmand...... Read More