India state seeks firms to build 300-MW Lakhwar hydroelectric project

State utility Uttarakhand Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd. (UJVNL) invites applications for pre-qualification to construct the 300-MW Lakhwar multi-purpose hydroelectric project on the Yamuna River in India’s Uttarakhand State. Responses are due March 26.

Lakhwar, planned as a peaking power station, includes a 204-meter-tall concrete dam. The multi-purpose scheme also envisions construction of the 120-MW Vyasi hydroelectric project. UJVNL took bids last year to refurbish the 51-MW Dhalipur and 33.75-MW Dhakrani hydroelectric projects.

UJVNL seeks to pre-qualify construction companies to carry out the balance of civil works of Lakhwar including construction of the dam, diversion works, intake, pressure shafts, collection chamber, underground powerhouse and tailrace tunnel.

Applicants may obtain pre-qualification documents from the utility’s Internet site,, and submit a document fee of 100,000 rupees (US$1,636) with its application for pre-qualification.

Responses are due by 2 p.m. March 26 to the address below. For information, contact Deputy General Manager (Civil), Lakhwar Project, Uttarakhand Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd., Ujjwal, Maharani Bagh, GMS Road, Dehradun 248006 India; (91) 135-2763508; Fax: (91) 135-2763507; Internet:


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