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Nov 12, 2019 |
MKHP is a 42 MW run-of- the-river type project on the MistriKhola, which is one of the major tributaries of the Kaligandaki River. It is located in Myagdi district of Dhaulagiri Zone in the Western region of Nepal. The project site is about 100 km northwest of Pokhara. The total annual energy generated is 225 GWh after losses. The generated energy is evacuated to the national grid via the Dana sub-station using a 4km long 132kV transmission line.
TKHP is 5 MW run-of-river project situated in the lesser Himalayan region. The project is located in Nuwakot District of Nepal which is about 91 km (4 hours drive) north of Kathmandu. The total energy generated is 29 GWh after losses. The generated energy is delivered to Chaudaga sub-station with an 8 km long, 33kV transmission line.