Power (Himachal)


Power (Himachal)

Himachal Pradesh is extremely rich in its hydel resources. The state is having about twenty five percent of the national potential in this aspect. It has been estimated that about 20,300 MW of hydel power can be generated in the state by the construction of various hydel projects on the five river basins no matter they are major medium or small. The state government has been giving the highest priority for its development, since hydel generation can meet the growing need of power for industry, agriculture and rural electrification. It is also the biggest source of income to the state as it provides electricity to the other states also.
One of the major project on river Sutlej in the state is the "Nathpa Jhakri" which generates nearly 1500MW of electricity. The following project is funded by World Bank. [ [http://www.webindia123.com/himachal/economy/power.htm Power resources of Himachal] ]

Major ongoing projects

* Bhakra Hydel project - 1000MW
* Chamera II Hydel Project in June 1999 - 300MW
* Parbati Hydel Power Project in December 1999, - 2051MW
* Kol Dam project in June 2000 - 800MW
* Bhaba Augmentation Scheme, Ghanvi Hydro Electric Project - 22.5MW
* Larji Hydel Project - 126MW
* Khauli Hydro Electric Project - 12MW
* The state government has given eight hydel projects for private sector participation. Some of these are:-
** Baspa Hydro Electric Project - 300MW
** Holi Hydro Electric Project - 231MW
** Dhamwari Sunda Hydro Electric Project - 70MW
** Allian Duhangan Hydro Electric Project - 192MW
** Swara-Kuddu - 162MW
** Budhil - 70MW

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