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Power lines run along the lanes of a settlement

05 May 2012, Kabul Afghanistan: Several tangled power lines run along the lanes of a settlement in North Kabul that is yet to feel the benefits flowing from the Northwest Kabul Breshna Sub Station. One of the largest power suppliers to urban Kabul, Breshna is a recipient of the Emergency Power Rehabilitation Project that is working to supply improved and more reliable supplies of electricity to the city. It is doing this by rehabilitating and expanding city distribution networks; connecting the city grid to the future North East Transmission system to allow for lower cost power from Uzbekistan and rehabilitating a 110kV transmission line from Naghlu to Kabul. Photo: Graham Crouch / World Bank


Photo ID: 050512_Kabul Power Project_021

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Taken on May 5, 2012