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After the Energy Regulation Board (ERB) granting of regulatory consent, the construction has started on an electricity transmission line from the US$650 million Maamba thermal power station to Muzuma sub-station.
The initiative from the government is being matched by private sector firms in the nation, including the Peace Be Still Citrus Farm, the Energy Regulation Board (ERB), Spree Guest House, the Hotel Edinburgh, and the Ndola Technical School, and they are all looking at ways of providing good service to clients while following sustainable energy practices.
However, the plant cannot be commissioned without clearance from the Atomic Energy Regulation Board ( AERB), which is not an independent regulator but an arm of the Department of Atomic Energy.
An electricity transmission line is being constructed from the US$650 million Maamba thermal power station to Muzuma sub-station after obtaining regulatory consent from the Energy Regulation Board (ERB).
Deputy Chairman Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahulwalia, officials of the NDMA, Atomic Energy Regulation Board, the Department of Atomic Energy and other concerned agencies were attended the meeting.
Earlier scientists from the Crisis Management Group of Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) and Atomic Energy Regulation Board had also carried out a survey on the extent of radiation.