India developer seeks hydrological stations for two projects

Tehri Hydro Development Corp. (THDC) seeks bids to establish hydrological stations for the 55-MW Malari Jelam and the 60-MW Jelam Tamak hydroelectric projects on the Dhauliganga River in India’s Uttarakhand State. Bids are due April 23.

THDC said it seeks establishment of hydrological stations for the two projects, including operation and maintenance, and collection, analysis, and reporting of data for 18 months.

Bid documents may be obtained until April 22 from the address below or from the THDC Internet site,, with a fee to be submitted of 500 rupees (US$10) plus 12.5 percent value-added tax.

Bids are due by 3 p.m. April 23. For information, contact Deputy General Manager (MJ-JT), Tehri Hydro Development Corp., Malari Jelam & Jelam Tamak HE Projects, Jyoti Hotel, TCP Bazar, Joshimath, District Chamoli, Uttarakhand 246443; (91) 1389-221056; Fax: (91) 1389-221167; Internet:

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