NEA – Nalsing Gad Hydroelectric Power Plant 410 MW – Mid Western - Project Profile
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Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) is planning to undertake the construction of a hydroelectric power plant in Jajarkot, Nepal.
The project involves the construction of a 410MW hydroelectric power plant. It includes the construction of a powerhouse, a substation and related infrastructure, the installation of transformers and generators, and the laying of transmission lines.
The Asian Development Bank expressed interest to invest in the project in coordination with Hydroelectricity Investment and Development Company Limited (HIDCL).
A joint venture of SMEC International Pty Ltd, MWH International Inc and Udaya consultants and a joint venture of AF consultants of Switzerland, Hydro Consultant Engineer Ltd and Nepal Environmental and Scientific Services were technically qualified consultants for feasibility study, detail engineering survey and design and environmental impact assessment study.
NEA is in the process of appointing a study consultant for the project.
In May 2016, Nalsing Gad Hydropower Development Committee and SMEC MWH Uday Consult, a joint venture of SMEC International Pty. Ltd and MWH International Inc., entered into an agreement to prepare the detailed project report (DPR). As per the agreement, the joint-venture company will prepare economic, technical and environmental report within the next 30 months.
Construction is scheduled to commence after the completion of the DPR and will take seven years to complete.
The project involves the construction of a 410MW hydroelectric power plant in Jajarkot, Nepal.
The US$1,487 million project includes the following: