Gati Infrastructure commissions first of three new Indian hydropower projects

Renewable energy developer Gati Infrastructure Limited has commissioned its first of three new hydroelectric projects in India’s northeastern state of Sikkim.

The 110-MW Chuzachen (also spelled “Chujachen”) hydropower plant, located on the Rangpo and Rongli rivers, is the first independent power project in Sikkim and was constructed under a build, operate, own and transfer (BOOT) agreement with the state’s government.

Also being developed by Gati Infrastructure are the 54-MW Bhasmey and 71-MW Sada Mangder hydropower projects.

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