JAPAN SUPPORTS MALAWI'S ENERGY SECTOR

Written by  MBC Online
The Government of Japan has committed about K126 million to fund detailed project  design works  for the improvement of the Old town and Kanengo substations in Lilongwe. 
One of the substations in Lilongwe One of the substations in Lilongwe
04
February
"His Excellency Satochi Iwakiri, Ambassador of Japan to Malawi and  Felix Mlusu, Minister of Finance have  signed  for the implementation of the project for the improvement of substations in Lilongwe," reads part of a statement by the Embassy of Japan in Malawi. 
 
 
The project seeks to prepare actual work for rehabilitation and reinforcement of the substations for the provision of reliable and stable supply of electricity for more sustainable economic and social development in the city. 
 
The Project will be executed by Escom. The Ministry of Energy has been tasked to supervise implementation of the project. 
 
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