Facing so many unavoidable natural crises, great earthquakes, coronavirus and other obstructions in supply, 456 MW Upper Tamakoshi Hydroelectric Project, Nepal’s largest hydropower project, has started the generation of electricity and revenue turning Nepal into a self-reliant in electricity generation. With these, the project has not only saved over Rs.9billion annually importing electricity from foreign countries but also opened a way to offer benefits to shareholders and confidence among Nepali technicians.
By Keshab Poudel Dec 11, 2021
Since his appointment as the Managing Director of Nepal Electricity Authority in August, Kul Man Ghising has been taking a nationwide tour to take stock of the project activities. In his mission to supply uninterrupted electricity to consumers, Ghising has been focusing his attention to complete the construction of on-going transmission line and hydropower projects
By A Correspondent Dec 10, 2021