The Electric Power Development Project will include the construction of both hydro and thermal power plants as well as new transmission lines.
The $15 million Electric Power Development Project includes the building of two large hydroelectric plants with a total capacity of 220,000 kw in Lapland and a third smaller plant in eastern Finland. A new 235-mile transmission line will link the Lapland plans with the rest of the national network.
The profile contains project and financial information and lists of project documents and archival records.
The Mortgage Bank of Finalnd Oy submits documents to be used as the basis for the appraisal of financial and legal aspects of the Mortgage Bank as a borrower under the proposed loan (1581971).
Lefort reports on the meeting of Bank staff with the Finnish delegation at the World Bank/IMF Annual Meetings to discuss the progress of the project (1581973).
The Power Projects for Finland will consist of two hydro power, two thermal power and one transmission line project (1721467; Credit: The World Bank).
The Pirttikoski Hydroelectric power station is one of several power stations being built along the Kemijoki River in northern Finland. Vaino Pella is one of the men working on a large water tunnel project near the river (30239308; Credit: United Nations).
Workers drilling with pneumatic Atlas Copco drills, 3,000 feet in the water tunnel, which is to the left of the regulation dam at the Pirttikoski Hydroelectric Power Plant on the Kemi River (1721467; Credit: The World Bank).
The report discusses the economic conditions and prospects of Austria.
The report describes and appraises the five power projects as well as the Finnish power sector.