Stories Tagged 'Upper tamakoshi hydropower project'
The Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project expects to finish installing the penstock pipes by the first week of May. These immense tubes carry water from the reservoir to the turbines to generate electricity, and the complex task of fitting them is one of the most challenging parts of the project’s hydro-mechanical component.
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The Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower project—the largest hydropower project that the country is current undertaking—is once again facing delays.
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Texamo Railway Engineering, the Indian contractor for the hydro-mechanical portion of the Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project, has subcontracted a crucial part of its job to Austrian firm Andritz Hydro so that the much delayed project can be completed within the revised deadline of November 2019.
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The hydro-mechanical contractor for the Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project has agreed to sub-contract part of the work to another company as it is running late.
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Texamo, the Indian contractor executing the hydro-mechanical works of the Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project, promised to get its act together and expedite work to meet the new deadline of mid-November 2019 after a pep talk by the energy minister.
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Delays in the construction of the hydro-mechanical component are likely to make the Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project miss its recently revised completion deadline.
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