The Thermal Power Project will finance a power expansion program in Denmark .
The Thermal Power Project will finance a power expansion program in the country. The loan, which coincides with a public bond offering, will finance additional capacity to six individual power utilities including the installation of 437 MW of new thermal capacity in five plants, and the construction of transmission facilities. It will help to reduce the average heat rate of the Danish thermal plants resulting in considerable savings of fuel.
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The mission for the field studies of the Danish State Railways (DSR) concludes that an immediate loan for the railway project is impractical and recommends lending for the power project only (1366955).
Lefort informs B. Olsen at the Danish Ministry of Finance about the Bank's preliminary position on the proposed loan to Denmark (1366955).
Minister Kampman delivers a speech at the Danish Government's dinner for Mr. Lefort and members of the World Bank mission (1366955).
The construction of the ASNAES thermal power plant is partially funded by funds from a $20 million World Bank loan (1720687; Credit: The World Bank).
The thermal power station was expanded with the aid of funds from a World Bank loan (1720687; Credit: The World Bank).
The loan will assist in financing five thermal power projects which will increase generating capacity in Denmark by nearly 25% and also expand transmission facilities (1720687; Credit: The World Bank).
The report appraises, summarizes, and recommends the project.
The report describes and appraises the project.