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United States : CENTRAL POWER secures USDA loan to upgrade infrastructure

May 13, 2014



A power co-operative that spans much of North Dakota is receiving federal help to upgrade its infrastructure. Central Power has secured a loan of a $29 million from the USDA rural utilities program.

The power co-operative will use the money for the construction of a new substation and 56 miles of line as well as to improve existing facilities.

Central Power is a co-op of six firms which includes Dakota Valley Electric in southeastern North Dakota and Northern Plains Electric in the central area of the state.


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Source: TendersInfo (India)


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