Construction of Mid Modi hydropower project to begin in Nepal

Construction is set to begin on the Mid-Modi small hydropower project in Nepal’s Parbat district.

Nepal’s Himal Hydro and General Construction was awarded the contract for construction of the hydro project, which will have an installed capacity of 14.6 megawatts, wire reports indicate.

Construction is projected to take two years.

In other news, GVK Power and Infrastructure Ltd. announced that its subsidiary has won the bid to develop the 690-MW Rattle hydroelectric project on the Chinab River in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.

The project is targeted for completion by 2017.

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