The Asian Development Bank has signed a $48 million loan agreement with the Government of India to boost Assam’s power sector and help improve access to efficient and reliable power in New Delhi. This is the second tranche loan of the $300 million multi tranche financing facility for the Assam Power Sector Investment Program (APSIP) that was approved by the ADB Board in July 2014. Expected to be completed by December 2019, the project will help Assam Power Distribution Company Limited (APDCL) add additional sub-station capacity, expand and improve MV network, reduce losses by three per cent and enhance energy efficiency through R&M. The loan has a 25-year term, including a five-year grace period with an annual interest rate determined in accordance with ADB's Libor-based lending facility. “Increased access to reliable and modern power supply for remote communities can help meet growing demand. This loan will help strengthen the state’s distribution system, improve energy efficiency and reduce technical and commercial losses,” said M Teresa Kho, country director of ADB's India Resident Mission, who signed the loan agreement on behalf of the bank.
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