Advancing a Connected Power System in Angola

A blue taxi, a man walking and crisscrossing power lines in Luanda.
Investment in energy infrastructure is key to economic development in the bustling city of Luanda, Angola’s capital, and beyond. Photo Credit: Power Africa

Angola’s Central–South Transmission Line Project

Indicative contractors involved in implementing Angola’s Central–South transmission project
Indicative contractors involved in implementing Angola’s Central–South transmission project.

Making Progress

  1. General design review and procurement support and award of contracts.
  2. Owner’s engineering services for the construction phase and subsequent warranty period.
Pylons, transmission lines, substation
Power Africa supports RNT to manage the construction of a 343-kilometer 400 kV transmission line to link Angola’s Central and Southern grids. Photo Credit: Power Africa

What’s Next?

A carpenter busy grinding in Luanda.
Electricity access is crucial for Avelino Martins’ carpentry business in Luanda. The collective efforts of the AfDB, Power Africa, and the Government of Angola will ultimately improve electricity access for people, industries, and businesses across Angola. Photo Credit: Power Africa

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A U.S. Government-led partnership that seeks to add 30,000 MW and 60 million electricity connections in sub-Saharan Africa by 2030 > https://bit.ly/2yPx3lJ

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