Message from Sushil Gupta:
Some countries are endowed with vast oil supplies, while others have timber, minerals or coal. Nepal has water, and lots of it. Nestled high in the mountains between India and China, Nepal has 6,000 rivers, huge glaciers, and many of the world’s tallest snow-capped peaks, including Mount Everest.
Studies reveal about 43,000 MW of hydropower potential in terms of installed capacity is technically and economically viable. Hydropower sector in Nepal requires internal as well as external investment for appropriate utilization of resources and its production.
Nepal Government has adopted the policy of involving the private sector in the development of hydropower to meet the domestic needs and promote export of electricity.The nation aims to become a middle-income country by 2030. To achieve this feat, at least 15,000 MW of additional energy is needed.
Hydropower plays a particularly important role in Nepal’s economic future because of the scale of its potential. We have taken up the challenge to develop projects totaling 1000+MW in capacity by the end of 2030.
We are involved in development of the projects mentioned below:
- Mizu Construction Pvt. Ltd.
- Upper Balephi A Hydropower Project ,36 MW
- Upper Balephi Hydropower, 46 MW
- TarapKhola Hydropower Project, Dolpa, 50 MW
- MuguKhola Hydropower Project , Mugu, 70 MW
- Upper Mugu Hydroelectric Project , Mugu, 306 MW
- NamlanKhola Hydroelectric Project, Mugu, 264 MW
- SK-I-HHP, 40.8MW
- SKHHP, 41 MW
- APKHP, 56 MW