According to the ADB document, "the Upper Trishuli-1 Hydropower Project involves the construction and operation of a 216 MW greenfield run-of-the-river hydropower facility located in the Trishuli watershed, 275m downstream of the confluence with the Bhotekosi river, and about 70km north of Kathmandu. The Project consists of a 77m wide diversion dam by which the water will get diverted through a 9.8km long headrace tunnel to an underground power station. The electricity generated will be sold for domestic consumption to the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) based on a fixed tariff structure. The 35 year concession will be on a BOOT basis and includes a 5 year construction period."
Daelim Industrial Co. Ltd.
Korea South East Power Company
Kyeryong Construction Industrial Co. Ltd.
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Responsible ADB Department Private Sector Operations Department
Responsible ADB Division Infrastructure Finance Division 1
Responsible ADB Officer Tang, Sonali
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