NTPC, Himachal Pradesh Govt Inks MoU to Set-Up Hydro Projects worth 520 MW

While Seli HEP (400 MW) is a run of river project with pondage scheme, Miyar HEP (120 MW) is a run of river project without pondage scheme, on Miyar tributary of the Chenab river

September 26, 2019. By News Bureau

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NTPC has announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Himachal Pradesh (HP) government to set-up two hydro projects totaling 520 megawatt (MW) capacity in the state.

The Seli & Miyar hydroelectric projects (HEPs), are located in Chenab Basin at Lahaul and Spiti district.

While Seli HEP (400 MW) is a run of river project with pondage scheme, Miyar HEP (120 MW) is a run of river project without pondage scheme, on Miyar tributary of the Chenab river.

The MoU was signed between Prabodh Saxena, principal secretary (energy), HP, and A K Gupta, director (commercial) NTPC, in the presence of the state chief minister and other dignitaries present at the Power Conclave organised by the state government.

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