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Funded by the World Bank through the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS), the Secretary-General of the local council in Abyan Governorate, Mahdi Mohammed Al-Hamid, and Engineer Saleh Balaidi, the General Manager of the Local Water and Sanitation Authority, have officially handed over the site for the construction of a solar power station at Al-Hisn water station in Abyan Governorate.
The estimated cost of the project is $1,375,000, and it will serve the cities of Zinjibar and Khanfar with a capacity of one megawatt.
Engineer Saleh Balaidi, the General Manager of the Local Water and Sanitation Authority, highlighted the project’s significance in reducing expenses by eliminating the need for diesel to operate water wells. This will result in saving financial resources and improving the services provided to citizens.
The local authority in the governorate has emphasized the importance of completing the project within the specified timeframe and according to study standards, as it will greatly enhance the water basin’s operations.
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