Koto hydropower project enters its final phase

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LOWER DIR: Assistant Project Director of Koto hydropower project while briefing district administration informed that the hydropower project has entered its final phase and 90pc work has been completed.

As per the details, the development work on the project will be completed at the end of the ongoing year.

Speaking on the occasion, the assistant director of the project informed that hydropower has the capacity of generating 40.8MW energy.

On the occasion, the district administration assured its full support for the timely completion of the project.


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Development work on first CPEC hydropower project near completion: Asim Bajwa | Graana.com Blog

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ISLAMABAD: Asim Bajwa, Chairman China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Authority has informed that 88pc of development work on the Karot Hydropower Project has been finished till now.

Taking on to Twitter, the chairman CPEC authority informed that the development work on the 720MW hydropower project will be completed by April 2022.

The chairman also stated that the project is being developed at an investment of $1780mn; moreover, the project has employed 5000 locals for the construction.

Further, the project is being developed on River Jhelum under Build-Own-Operate and Transfer (BOOT) basis and has the capacity to generate 3.249 billion units of clean energy annually.


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PPIB to complete two 1604MW hydropower projects by Dec 2022

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ISLAMABAD: Currently at an advanced stage of construction, two large size Independent Power Producing projects – 720 MW Karot and 884 MW Suki Kinari, are set to be completed in December 2021 and December 2022, informed Managing Director, Private Power & Infrastructure Board (PPIB) Shah Jahan Mirza, while briefing Federal Minister for Energy, Muhammad Hammad Azhar.

In addition, the financial stage of 1124 MW Kohala – Pakistan’s largest private sector hydropower project namely and 700 MW Azad Pattan Hydropower project will also be closed soon, he further added.

Apart from the two Hydropower projects, the boards are working to complete five other projects including four Thar coal-based IPPs with an accumulated generation capacity of 2640 MW  and one RLNG based project of 1263 MW generation capacity.


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