Stories Tagged 'Nepal electricity authority'
The Nepal Electricity Authority recently selected five private developers to construct solar power plants at five locations and supply the electricity generated to its nearest substations.
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Nepal Electricity Authority, the state-owned power utility has fired the Chinese contractor appointed to execute the first section of Tamokoshi-Kathmandu Transmission Line Project and has initiated a new procurement process to appoint another company for the remaining job.
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Tanahu Hydropower Limited, the wholly owned subsidiary of state-owned power utility Nepal Electricity Authority, has selected KEC International to construct the transmission line to evacuate electricity generated by Tanahu Hydropwer Project.
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The fate of Tanahu Hydropower Project has become uncertain after Cooperativa Muratori e Cementisti di Ravenna, the Italian contractor appointed to implement the scheme, got into a liquidity crisis.
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The state-owned power utility, Nepal Electricity Authority and the Central Electricity Authority of India are scheduled to meet in December to finalise the funding and implementation modalities for the New Butwal Gorakhpur Cross-Border Transmission Line Project.
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A longstanding dispute between the Energy Ministry and the Nepal Electricity Authority has been resolved with the power utility agreeing to sign power purchase agreements (PPAs) with run-of-the-river hydropower projects under the take-or-pay modality until their combined installed capacity reaches 5,250 MW.
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