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5 KW to 10 KW) with total capacity of 161KW in Sindh and Balochistan, electrifying 1560 houses and 9-coast guard check posts.
But the report said electrifying the entire line was still viable and would boost the economy of North East Wales.
The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee has described the cost increase for electrifying the Great Western line between London and South Wales as "staggering and unacceptable" after being told it could rise to PS2.
RED-HOT Cuban dance group Danza Contemporanea de Cuba is at Newcastle Theatre Royal with an electrifying triple bill including a world premiere piece commissioned by the Theatre Royal itself.
Electrifying the line could see journey times halved, meaning the commute from Wirral to Wales would be more manageable.
Conductor Adrian Jackson said: "The event promises to create an electrifying atmosphere in a spectacular setting.
No, Angela Gheorghiu is not an electrifying screen presence (``Tosca'' film review, U, Aug.
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Transport Minister Edwina Hart has submitted the bid for electrifying the Holyhead to Crewe track in the hope of getting funding from the Department of Transport (DfT).
The main advantage of electrifying railway lines is to save energy costs.
Sinha said electrifying of this route would benefit the people of north Bihar, adding that the Barauni-Katihar route is expected to be electrified by the next year.
THE UK Government is denying that a major rail service between Wales and England could be split in two, despite announcing a study into electrifying only the English half of the route.