SJVN Arun-3 Power Development Company Pvt Limited (SAPDC), a wholly owned company of SJVN Limited (A Venture of Government of INDIA), is registered in Nepal to execute 900 MW Hydro Power Project on BOOT basis.
Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), founded on August 16, 1985, is the parent generator and distributor of electric power under the supervision of the government of Nepal.
NEA owns Hydroelectric Plants connected to the grid amounting to 480 Megawatts. It also buys power from Independent Power Producers (IPP) amounting to 230 Megawatts. It operates two fuel operated plants generating 53 Megawatts of Electricity. The total capacity of the Integrated Nepal Power System (INPS) which NEA operates stands at 757 Megawatts.Various projects are underway to help meet the electricity demand but these have been plagued by delays.
Public company incorporated on Falgun 14, 2066 (February 26, 2010) as per Companies Act 2063, Nepal with the objective to develop and invest in hydropower projects.
China International Water & Electric Corporation (abbreviated CWE) is a Chinese construction and engineering consulting company that is a subsidiary of China Three Gorges Corporation (CTE). CWE specializes in the construction of water and hydropower projects but its work runs the gamut including road and bridge, power transmission, drainage and sewage treatment systems, dredging, port maintenance, and interior design.
Himal Hydro is a leading construction company of Nepal serving key public and private sector clients in the fields of Hydropower, Tunnelling, Transmission Line, Ropeways, Water & Wastewater and General Construction since 1978. Its major shareholders are Government of Nepal (11%), United Mission to Nepal (11%) and Nepal Jalabidyut Prabardhan Tatha Bikas Ltd. (NJPB) (78%).
The Upper Tamakoshi Hydroelectric Project is a 456 MW peaking run-of-the-river hydroelectric project in Nepal. It the largest hydroelectric project in Nepal, and is slated for completion in 2018. It is sited on the Tamakoshi River (also spelled Tamba Koshi), a tributary of the Sun Kosi river (also spelled Sunkoshi), near the Nepal–Tibet border.
Madhya Bhotekoshi Jalavidhyut Company Limited (MBJCL) is a subsidiary company of Chilime, registered as public company in july 2010. MBJCL has planned to develop Middle Bhotekoshi Hydroelectric Project (MBKHEP) with an installed capacity of 102 MW in Sindhupalchowk district of Central Development Region
NEA Engineering Company Ltd is established to provide complete engineering services and solutions to hydropowers and infrastructures. Our services include feasibility, hydropower planning, hydrology and hydraulic analyses, energy analyses, efficiency testing, assessment of equipment and facility condition, automation design, dam engineering, dam safety inspections, hydro mechanical engineering, civil/structural/electrical design, operations/maintenance, project management and construction services.
Tanahu Hydropower Limited (THL) is a subsidiary companyofNepalElectricityAuthority(NEA) established in 2012 to develop 140 MW Tanahu Hydropower Project ("the Project") (formerly, Upper Seti Hydropower Project). The Project site is situated 150 km west of Kathmandu on Seti River near Damauli of Tanahu District in Gandaki Zone.
The Project is the storage type hydropower project with the capacity of 140MW with an estimated average annual energy generation of 587.7 GWh (Years 1-10) and 489.9 GWh (Year 11 onwards). The Project is situated on Seti river of Vyas municipality near Damauli, the district headquarter of Tanahun District. Eight VDCs and Vyas municipality of Tanahun district are directly affected by the project. The estimated cost of the Project is US$ 505 million.
The main components of the Project are 140 m high concrete gravity dam with crest length of 175m on the Seti River and reservoir with a total surface area of 7.26 km2. The elevation of Full Supply Level(FSL) is 415m above sea level. The waterway consists of 7.4 m diameter and 1,203m long headrace tunnel on the right bank for the river. An underground powerhouse measuring 27m wide x 46m high x 97m long will be built approximately 6 km (along the river course) downstream of the dam site. A 190 m long tailrace tunnel will discharge the tail water back into the Seti River. Two permanent and primary access roads (totaling 7.3 km) and several temporary and secondary access roads will provide access to the Project area. Temporary facilities include contractor's camps, equipment and maintenance yard, office areas, project staff's camp area, Construction Power Sub-station etc.
HIDCL is duly recognized by the Government of Nepal and Nepal Rastra Bank (The Central Bank of Nepal) as a financial institution. It has the mandate to generate and invest financial resources in Hydroelectricity Generation, Transmission and Distribution Projects in Nepal
Chilime Hydropower Company Limited (Chilime) was incorporated in 1995 with an objective of hydroelectricity generation through optimal utilization of resources within the country. Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) holds majority ownership with 51% share holding.