The Indonesian government and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) will build a cross-border power transmission line linking West Kalimantan with Sarawak, Malaysia, bringing cleaner, greener hydroelectricity to West Kalimantan and adding 8,000 households to its power grid. The project will entail building a 145 km distribution line, distribution feeder extensions, and a new substation to improve the reliability of power in West Kalimantan. An 83 km cross-border high voltage transmission line and substation will connect the West Kalimantan power grid to that of neighbouring Sarawak in Malaysia. An estimated 230 MWh of power could be exchanged every hour between the two systems. In addition to its $49.5 million loan, ADB will also administer a $49.5 million loan provided by French development agency Agence Française de Developpement, as well as a $2 million grant provided by the Multi-Donor Clean Energy Fund under the Clean Energy Financing Partnership Facility.