The Afghan energy company Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) and the Turkmen state electric energy company Turkmenenergo carried out three days of comprehensive discussions in Afghanistan on numerous issues, including joint projects. The Turkish Çalik Holding also attended the talks, DABS announced last Thursday.
The talks’ agenda included status of the work in Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan and Andkhoy-Sheberghan-Pole-Khumri 500 kV power transmission line projects and construction of Noor-ul-Jehad substation. The meeting resulted in the approval of some decisions on a series of issues.
The DABS officials briefed on the progress of equipment transmission of Noor-ul-Jehad substation. The substation will commence within a week and upon its completion, 100 MW of Turkmen electricity will be imported to Afghanistan, according to the Afghan power utility.
At the end of the meeting, a joint protocol has signed between DABS, Turkmenenergo, and Çalik Holding, and all parties agreed to continue their cooperation on important economic projects.