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  1. China voices support for 1,500 MW hydropower project in Afghanistan

    China's plans to improve connectivity between Afghanistan and Pakistan could lead to the construction of a 1,500 MW hydropower plant in Afghanistan's eastern Kunar province. A spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry said the proposed hydroelectric project would be part of a package that also includes road and rail connections, all aimed at strengthening the region's economy and political stability. Officials from Afghanistan , Pakistan and China met to discuss the proposal in Kabul earlier this week, but did not specify when work on the plant might eventually begin. Council members and residents in Kunar said they were interested in supporting the project in September 2013 , at which point HydroWorld.com reported a second 300 MW plant might be constructed downstream near Sagai. For more news from Asia, visit here .

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    Fri, 13 Feb 2015

  2. Afghanistan seeks bids to build 500-kW Baharak, 500-kW Topchi small hydro projects

    Afghanistan's electricity authority seeks bids for construction of the 500-kW Baharak and 500-kW Topchi small hydro projects in Afghanistan .

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    Wed, 16 Oct 2013

  3. Afghanistan seeks study, design of Qadis Khordak Dam

    Afghanistan's National Area Based Development Program (NABDP) invites expressions of interest to perform a technical feasibility study and design of Qadis Khordak Dam in Afghanistan's Badghis Province.

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    Wed, 23 Oct 2013

  4. Afghanistan seeks management of hydro turbine installation at 33-MW Kajaki Dam

    Afghanistan's national power utility invites expressions of interest from construction management firms to manage installation of a hydro turbine at 33-MW Kajaki Dam.

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    Thu, 14 Mar 2013

  1. Hydro-mechanical engineer sought to refurbish Afghanistan's 2.4-MW Gereshk hydro project

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    Wed, 24 Apr 2013

  2. Afghanistan , Pakistan considering 1,500 MW hydropower plant

    Council members and residents in Afghanistan's eastern Kunar province have said they are interested in supporting a new hydropower project along the Kunar River that was recently proposed by Afghan and Pakistani ministers.

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    Wed, 4 Sep 2013

  3. Bids sought for hydro-linked grid lines in Tajikistan, Afghanistan

    Bids are sought for related transmission line work in Tajikistan and in Afghanistan as part of a Central and South Asian grid system to export Tajikistan and Kyrgystan hydropower through Afghanistan to Pakistan.

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    Thu, 10 Jan 2008

  4. UPDATE - Bids sought for grid links in Tajikistan, Afghanistan

    Bids are sought for related transmission line work in Tajikistan and in Afghanistan as part of a Central and South Asian grid system to export Tajikistan and Kyrgystan hydropower through Afghanistan to Pakistan.

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    Tue, 5 Feb 2008

  5. Afghanistan extends bidding to refurbish 2.4-MW Gereshk hydro

    Afghanistan's electricity authority has extended the deadline for bids to rehabilitate the 2.4-MW Gereshk hydroelectric project in Afghanistan's Helmand Province.

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    Fri, 7 Jan 2011

  6. Afghanistan seeks bids to refurbish 2.4-MW Gereshk hydro

    Afghanistan's electricity authority seeks bids for rehabilitation of the 2.4-MW Gereshk hydroelectric project in Afghanistan's Helmand Province.

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    Wed, 24 Nov 2010

  7. U.S. extends query of firms to increase height of Dahla Dam, Afghanistan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has extended its request for information on firms capable of increasing the height of Afghanistan's Dahla Dam, an irrigation project with three small hydroelectric generators.

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    Tue, 28 Feb 2012

  8. U.S. sets meeting on plan to increase height of Dahla Dam, Afghanistan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has scheduled a pre-bid "industry day" conference on plans to increase the height of Afghanistan's Dahla Dam, an irrigation project with three small hydroelectric generators.

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    Tue, 6 Mar 2012

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