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Five hydroelectricity projects under construction in Lamjung


20 January 2020  

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LAMJUNG: Five hydropower projects are currently under construction in Lamjung district at the total cost of Rs 23 billion.

These projects based in Dordikhola and Dordi corridor include 54 megawatts Super Dordi ‘B’ by People’s Hydropower Company, 27 megawatts Dordikhola by Himalayan Power Partner, 25 megawatts Dordi ‘A’ by Liberty Energy Limited, 12.1 megawatts Dordi 1 by Dordikhola Hydropower Company and four megawatts Dordi corridor by Chhangdi Khola Hydropower Company.

These projects, funded jointly by the private sector and local people, have seen 55 to 90 percent completion.

Dordi Khola and Dordi ‘A’ are scheduled to complete in one year.

Likewise, 55 percent of the construction of Super Dordi ‘B’ has been completed, and 70 percent of the construction of Dordi 1.

The construction cost of Super Dordi ‘B’ is estimated to be Rs 8.8 billion. Similarly, Dordi Khola is estimated to cost Rs 3.8 billion funded jointly by the Non-Resident Nepali Association (36 percent), local people (30 percent) and IME group (34 percent). Dordi ‘A’ is estimated to cost Rs 4.6 billion, Dordi 1 Rs 2.3 billion and Dordi corridor Rs 800 million.

Publish Date : 20 January 2020 19:02 PM

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