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Bank Risk Rating: A
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Board Decision Date: 2016-12-07
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Borrower or Client: Government Republic of Cameroon
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Investment Amount (USD): $ 325.00 million
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Project Cost (USD): $ 375.00 million
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Electricity Transmission and Reform Project
The objective of the Electricity Transmission and Reform Project is to improve the capacity, efficiency, and reliability of Cameroon’s national electricity transmission network. There are three components to the project, the first component being provision of support towards the operationalization of SONATREL’s transmission portfolio. This component is underpinned by a detailed action plan/roadmap, and will include the following sub-components: handover of transmission assets, including the spin-off, sale, and transfer to SONATREL, consolidation of SONATREL, including institutional and regulatory framework, technical and management support for start-up and initial operations of SONATREL, and overall management of the National Transmission Grid Investment Program. The second component is the strengthening of the national transmission grid. This component will improve the capacity and reliability of Cameroon’s national electricity transmission network by financing priority investments to upgrade and extend the national transmission networks and strengthen the reliability of power supply in the interconnected systems. Finally, the third component is the project management support and capacity building. The project will finance technical assistance, analytical work, and capacity building support to key sector stakeholders, including AER, ARSEL, and MINEE (Ministry in charge of Water and Energy) to ensure clarity of roles and responsibilities, further bolstering sector governance within the context of the new sector framework. Moreover, the component will ensure the provision of needed technical, financial, operational, and fiduciary assistance to SONATREL’s Project Implementation Unit (PIU) for the implementation of the project.
Name: Minister of Water and Energy (MINEE)
Contact: Dr. Basile Atangana Kouna
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