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NHPC’s Parbati-II HEP to be Commissioned by March 2019

NHPC expects to commission Parbati Hydroelectric Project (Stage-II) in March 2019. The project is a run-of-the-river scheme proposed to harness hydro potential of the lower reaches of the river Parbati, The proposed scheme is 'inter basin transfer' type. The river is proposed to be diverted at Village Pulga in Parbati valley and the Power House shall be located at village Suind in Sainj valley. Thus a gross head of 862m between Pulga and Suind will be utilized for generating 800MW power. The diverted discharge of the river Parbati has been further augmented by diverting the discharge of various nallahs falling along the HRT alignment.

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