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    Govt to build 4 hydel projects with capacity totaling 1,371.85 MW


    January 24, 2022 - My Republica

     

      KATHMANDU, Jan. 24 -- The Department of Electricity Development (DoED) is carrying out the feasibility studies of four hydroelectricity projects with an accumulative capacity of 1,371.85 MW.

      The department plans to construct the Mugu-Karnali Hydroelectricity Project (111.5 MW), Lower Badigad Reservoir Hydropower Project (350 MW), Kaligandaki-2 Reservoir Hydropower Project (503 MW) and Humla-Karnali Cascade Hydropower Project (229.77 MW). In this regard, the DoED through a public notice on Sunday, called for letters of intent from 22 shortlisted companies.

      These companies will have to accomplish the environmental impact assessment and feasibility study in the next four years. Published by HT Digital Content Services with permission from Republica. For any query with respect to this article or any other content requirement, please contact Editor at contentservices@htlive.com

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