U.K.-based firm to develop India projects totaling 725 MW

KSK Power Ventur plc announced it has won contracts to build two hydroelectric projects totaling 725 MW in India’s Arunachal Pradesh State.

KSK, a United Kingdom-based affiliate of KSK Energy Ventures Private ltd. of India, told the London Stock Exchange the unnamed projects total 125 MW and 600 MW.

It added it is implementing its first hydro project in India for Avantika. It said the project has been upgraded to 18 MW from 15 MW.

KSK said its hydro team is investigating new hydropower opportunities and plans to develop 1,000 MW of hydropower by the end of 2012.

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