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Contract signed with Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Limited (UTKHPL)

High Himalaya Hydro Construction Pvt. Ltd. signed a contract agreement with Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Limited (UTKHPL) on 14 November 2019 for the execution of  “Construction of Exploratory Tunnels and Connecting Road of Rolwaling Khola Hydroelectric Project (RKHEP), Contract Number: RKHEP/ICB-01-2076/77”.

EPC Contract Agreement signed for Super Nyadi Hydropower Project (40.27 MW)


High Himalaya-Dhaulagiri JV, a Joint Venture between High Himalaya Hydro Construction Pvt. Ltd.(3HC) and Dhaulagiri Construction and Development Pvt. Ltd., has signed Contract Agreement with Siuri Nyadi Power Ltd.  on 13 November 2019 to execute Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contract  for the Construction of Super Nyadi Hydropower Project (40.27 MW).
A 30-metre long and 3-metre tall embankment will be constructed at Bahundanda. Then, the water will be channeled to the powerhouse at Talkuna using pen-stock pipes from a surge tank to be built at Kaphaldanda of Bahundanda. Two turbines with 22 MW capacity each will be used at the powerhouse.

The project is estimated to be completed within 42 months.  Upon completion, the project will generate 235.76 GW of electricity per year. 

Contract signed with Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Limited (UTKHPL) 
High Himalaya Hydro Construction Pvt. Ltd. (3HC) signed a contract agreement with Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Limited (UTKHPL) on 14 November 2019 for the execution of  “Construction of Exploratory Tunnels and Connecting Road of Rolwaling Khola Hydroelectric Project (RKHEP), Contract Number: RKHEP/ICB-01-2076/77”.

Breakthrough of Vertical Shaft of Super Dordi Hydropower Project Kha (49.8MW)

Breakthrough of 2.6 meter dia, 228 meter long Vertical Shaft of Super Dordi Hydropower Project Kha (49.8MW) happened on Sunday, 28th July 2019 in the presence of representative of Peoples Hydropower Company Pvt. Ltd (Employer) and High Himalaya Hydro Construction Pvt. Ltd. (Contractor).  Raise climber was used during excavation of Vertical Shaft.

Breakthrough of Headrace Tunnel of Mistri Khola Hydroelectric Project (42 MW)

Breakthrough of Headrace Tunnel of Mistri Khola Hydroelectric Project (42 MW) happened on Saturday, 11th May 2019 in the presence of representative of Robust Energy Limited (Employer), Hydro-Consult Engineering Ltd.  (Engineer) and High Himalaya Hydro Construction Pvt. Ltd. (Contractor).  The total length of the 4m (w) x 4.2m (h) Headrace Tunnel is 2270.42m.  Its cross sectional area is 15.083 Sqm.

In addition to Headrace Tunnel, High Himalaya Hydro Construction Pvt. Ltd. completed Construction of Adits, Surge Shaft, two numbers Underground desanding Baisns (100m x 8.5m x 12.75m) etc Sizes range from 2m x2m to 8.5mx10m  with  Cross sectional area 3.571 sqm to 81.23 sqm, Total Length 998.32.

 

Rudi ‘A’ hydroproject to generate electricity from mid-July

The Rudi ‘A’ Hydropower Project with 8.8 Megawatt (MW) capacity is preparing to generate electricity within mid-July.

The under construction hydropower project over Rudi Khola located at the border of Kaski and Lamjung districts has completed over 95 per cent of construction works, according to the project.

All the construction works will be completed within June 6, informed the project administration.

After the completion of infrastructure construction, the project will start testing the electricity production and will start commercial production within mid July, said Engineer Saroj Bhattrai, Deputy Project Manager.

According to civil engineer Bipin Pandey, all the activities under head-works have been completed and construction of gate will be complete in one week from its start. Meanwhile, descender works is on its final phase and can be finished within 20 days from its start.

Engineer Pandey further said that both mechanical and civil works would be completed in one month. Penstock pipe has already been placed while only 40 metres of road crossing pipe remains to be placed. The re-installation of penstock pipes that were damaged during landslide has reached in its final phase.

All works would be complete in one month’s time, engineer Pandey said while adding that switch aid and control panel under electro-mechanical system have been completed. The installation of turbine and generator will also be completed in a month.

According to mechanical sub-engineer Krishna Prasad Pandit, bringing extra water from Cheduwa Khola is ongoing and will be done in one and half months.

The hydropower project, which is promoted by Bindhabasini Hydropower Development Pvt Ltd, has 70 per cent investment of various banks in the leadership of Sanima Bank, whereas, 30 per cent of the investment has been raised by the promoter company.

The dam of the hydel project has been built at Singdi in Kawoholasonthar Rural Municipality-5 of Lamjung and at Singibeshi in Madi Rural Municipality-8 of Kaski district. The water collected in the dam will flow through the six-kilometre penstock pipes to the powerhouse located in Baluwabesi of Madi Rural Municipality to generate electricity.

The civil construction of the project has been undertaken by High Himalayan Hydro Construction Pvt Ltd while hydro mechanical is being constructed by North Hydro and Engineering. Likewise, electro-mechanical construction is being done by Toshiba Plant System and Service Corporation.

The Power Purchase Agreement of the Rudi ‘A’ project was held in February 10, 2013, in which it was agreed that the electricity generated in winter would be bought at Rs 8.4 per unit while Rs 4.80 in summer by Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA).

The hydropower project is being constructed at a cost of Rs 1.36 billion. It was scheduled to be completed within mid july of 2017, however, it was delayed after the project was damaged in the flood and landslide of 2016.

The project built all the NEA sub-stations located between Baluwabesi to Mungribesi as well as the 3.8 kilometres long 33 KV double circuit transmission line, according to deputy project manager Bhattarai.