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Suki Kinari Hydro (Pvt) Ltd

Suki Kinari Hydropower Station, Naran,Khyber Pukhtunkhwa

  • 1,707 Billion
  • Pakistan
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Suki Kinari Hydropower Station, Naran,Khyber Pukhtunkhwa
Company Name Suki Kinari Hydro (Pvt) Ltd
Funded By 0
Country Pakistan , Southern Asia
Project Value 1,707 Billion
Project Detail

Suki Kinari Hydropower project is located in the Kaghan Valley in Mansehra District of the Khyber Kyber Pakhtunkwa Province of Pakistan. The valley extends for 155 km rising from an elevation of El 2134 m to its highest point, the Babusar Pass at El 4173 m. The region is alpine in geography and climate with forests and meadows dominating the landscape below peaks that reach over El 5200 m. The valley is named after the main town of Kaghan. The area can be reached by road from Islamabad via Abbottabad, Mansehra , Balakot and lies on the old route from the plains of Punjab to Gilgit- Hunza and Baltistan. The road from Balakot ascends along the Kunhar River through the villages of Paras, Shinu, Jared and Mahandri. The valley is somewhat narrow along this stretch. The road beyond Naran is open right up to Babusar Pass from the middle of July up to the end of September. Access is restricted during the high flow and winter seasons due to heavy rains and landslides. Installed Capacity 870.250 MW Net Capacity 861.548 MW Annual Energy Generation 3050.438 GWh Gross Head 912.5 m Net Head 848 m Design Discharge 114.6 m3/s Plant Factor 40.20% D&I Structure Type Asphalt Concrete Faced/core Rock-Fill D&I Structure Height (above riverbed) 54.5 m D&I Structure Crest 336 m Reservoir Length 3106 m Desander Type Twin Barrel, Underground Headrace Tunnel Length 19.4 km Headrace Tunnel Diameter 6 m Penstock Number 4 Surge Shaft Type 2 No Double Stage x 3.0 m Diameter Surge Shaft Diameter 770.85 m Penstock Diameter 2.12 m Length of Penstock (total of 4) 160 m Powerhouse Type Underground Cavern Turbine Type Pelton, 375 rpm Turbine Number 4 Turbine Maximum Power 4 x 234.486 MW Generator Number 4 Generator Rated Capacity 4 x 218.377 MW Generator Voltage 18 kV Transformer Type Single Phase Transformer Secondary Voltage 500/v3 kV Power Factor 0.8 lag, 0.9 lead Transmission System Indoor GIS Transmission Voltage 500 kV Switchgear Type GIS - Breaker and a Half Connection to outgoing transmission lines 500 kV GIL Spillway Type Gated Spilway Spillway Number 6 Spillway Type of Gates Radial Tailrace Tunnels Number 2 Tailrace Tunnel Length 4.1 km FOLLOWING ARE SOME OF THE MAJOR PROJECT COMPONENTS: Diversion and Intake (D&I) Structure: A 54.5m high Asphalt Concrete Rockfill Dam with flexible concrete cutoff, two spillways, power intake and environmental flow release facilities. Spillways: Two gated spillways, one lower spillway for sediment flushing and passing flood flows and one upper spillway for normal reservoir regulation Intake and Headrace Tunnel: A 6.0m diameter headrace tunnel, about 19.4 km long (including Desander) leading to a surge chamber and twin vertical pressure shafts. Desander/Desilting Basin: An underground twin barrel desander/desilting basin at the start of the headrace tunnel. Power House: An underground power house , situated 4.1 km upstream of Paras. Tailrace Tunnels: Twin tailrace tunnels D-shaped, 4.1 km long discharging the water back into the river. Access Tunnel: A 4.1 km long access tunnel leading to power house Roads & Bridges: Permanent diversion of the National Highway along the reservoir Ancillary Works: Measures for control of frazil ice and construction of avalanche protection structures Staff Colonies and Social Facilities. Grid Station & Interconnection: Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS) and interconnection facilities including switchyard works.

Sector Administration & Marketing

Contact Details

Company Name Suki Kinari Hydro (Pvt) Ltd
Address First & Second Floor, Emporium 3, PAF, Gulberg III, Lahore Pakistan. Email: info@skhydro.com Phone: +92-42-36660085, 36675595 Fax: +92-42-36664349, 36673960
Web Site http://cpec.gov.pk/project-details/15

2.

Irrigation and Waterways Department (IWD)

West Bengal Major Irrigation and Flood

  • 413 Million
  • India
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West Bengal Major Irrigation and Flood
Company Name Irrigation and Waterways Department (IWD)
Funded By Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), World Bank
Country India , Southern Asia
Project Value 413 Million
Project Detail

Project Objectives and Expected Results The objective of the Project is to optimize the conjunctive use of surface and ground water for agriculture and reduce flooding in the Project area. The expected results of the Project are to improve irrigation in order to benefit agriculture in the DVCA, and to reduce annual flooding in the Lower Damodar sub-basin area. III. Project Description The Project tentatively consists of the following four components: • Component 1: Irrigation Modernization This component aims to reduce operational water losses across the system and allow the available water to service a greater combined area across all crop seasons. The investment would include: (i) improving water conveyance and allocation and increasing storage potential; and (ii) strengthening institutions that are responsible for irrigation management. • Component 2: Water Resources Management. This component mainly aims to alleviate annualized flooding in the Lower Damodar sub-basin area. The investment would mitigate flooding hotspots by carrying out channel desilting works, flow regulation structure modification and embankment reconstruction at key locations. In close collaboration with the World Bank-funded Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Project, the investment would also include measures to strengthen forecasting and analysis capability to improve dam operation and water storage management in upstream reservoirs. Opportunities will also be explored for ways to capture and direct wet season water in order to recharge groundwater. 3 • Component 3: Command Area Development This component would complement the irrigation system improvement under Component 1, with the aim of improving water delivery and allocation below the outlet level (effectively at tertiary command level). The investment would include infrastructure development, capacity strengthening and institutional reforms for improving irrigation at tertiary command level. • Component 4: Project Management and Institutional Development This component would support strengthening of the capacity for project management of both the IWD and the Project Management Unit (PMU), including, inter alia, procurement, financial management, and monitoring and evaluation.

Sector Water/Irrigation and Flood Protection

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3.

LAIBIN MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT

Guangxi Laibin Water Environment Project

  • 127
  • China
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Guangxi Laibin Water Environment Project
Company Name LAIBIN MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
Funded By worldbank
Country China , Eastern Asia
Project Value 127
Project Detail

The development objective of the Guangxi Laibin Water Environment Project for China is to reduce flood risks and improve drainage in selected areas of Laibin city. The project has four components. The first component is river flood risk reduction. This component will:(a) upgrade flood protection related infrastructure along the Hongshui, Benzhijiang and Longdong rivers, including, the strengthening of existing natural embankments, as well as the construction and or rehabilitation of pumping stations, sluice gates, and flood protection dikes; and (b) install and set up an integrated flood control and water quality monitoring system. The second component is improving urban drainage. This component will: (a) rehabilitate water streams through, cleaning-up and de-silting of canals, rehabilitation of natural embankments, ecological restoration and re-vegetation of embankments, and construction of regulating gates and rubber dams; (b) expand and separate sewage and storm drainage networks in the old urban area of Laibin city; (c) construct and rehabilitate pumping stations, control and sluice gates, and rubber dams; and (d) pilot low impact sustainable drainage systems along urban roads of Laibin city. The third component is technical assistance and capacity building. This component will carry activities on: (a) integrated flood risk management, including flood control and reduction of flood risks through, the development of flood maps, improvement of modeling capacity, and design and implementation of early warning systems; and (b) asset management and capital replenishment, aimed at improving the operation and maintenance of assets, budgeting and training of staff. The fourth component is project management and supervision. This component will support the overall development of the project implementing entity to coordinate and manage the implementation of the project.

Sector Sanitation

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4.

World Bank

Guangxi Laibin Water Environment Project

  • Plz Refer Document
  • United States Minor Outlying Islands
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Guangxi Laibin Water Environment Project
Company Name World Bank
Funded By The World Bank,
Country United States Minor Outlying Islands , All Region
Project Value Plz Refer Document
Project Detail

The development objective of the Guangxi Laibin Water Environment Project for China is to reduce flood risks and improve drainage in selected areas of Laibin city. The project has four components. The first component is river flood risk reduction. This component will:(a) upgrade flood protection related infrastructure along the Hongshui, Benzhijiang and Longdong rivers, including, the strengthening of existing natural embankments, as well as the construction and or rehabilitation of pumping stations, sluice gates, and flood protection dikes; and (b) install and set up an integrated flood control and water quality monitoring system. The second component is improving urban drainage. This component will: (a) rehabilitate water streams through, cleaning-up and de-silting of canals, rehabilitation of natural embankments, ecological restoration and re-vegetation of embankments, and construction of regulating gates and rubber dams; (b) expand and separate sewage and storm drainage networks in the old urban area of Laibin city; (c) construct and rehabilitate pumping stations, control and sluice gates, and rubber dams; and (d) pilot low impact sustainable drainage systems along urban roads of Laibin city. The third component is technical assistance and capacity building. This component will carry activities on: (a) integrated flood risk management, including flood control and reduction of flood risks through, the development of flood maps, improvement of modeling capacity, and design and implementation of early warning systems; and (b) asset management and capital replenishment, aimed at improving the operation and maintenance of assets, budgeting and training of staff. The fourth component is project management and supervision. This component will support the overall development of the project implementing entity to coordinate and manage the implementation of the project.

Closing Date: January 31, 2019.
Total Project Cost: US$ 127.38 million.

Sector Water & Sanitation

Contact Details

Company Name World Bank
Address 1818 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20433 USA, Tel: (202) 473-1000, Fax: (202) 477-6391.
Web Site www.worldbank.org

5.

SOPAR

SOPAR - Program 2012-2017 - Integrated Community-Driven Development for the Rural Poor

  • Plz Refer Document
  • Cape Verde
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SOPAR - Program 2012-2017 - Integrated Community-Driven Development for the Rural Poor
Company Name SOPAR
Funded By Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
Country Cape Verde , Western Africa
Project Value Plz Refer Document
Project Detail

The program's overall objective is to support community-driven sustainable development and to improve the living conditions for rural poor of the State of Andhra Pradesh in India. Implemented in partnership with Bala Vikasa, the program includes two main strategies: 1) improving the living conditions of women, children/youth and farmers with the provision of safe water (bore wells, purification systems) and sanitation (household toilets), improved access to basic education and skills training, the development of organic farming technology and methods, and de-silting of water reservoirs and fertilization; and 2) investing in people's knowledge and capacity building with the development and delivery of thematic training on rural community development for practionners from NGOs, local governments, universities, and the publication/dissemination of best practices and lessons learned. Local Partner: Bala Vikasa.

Sector Consultancy

Contact Details

Company Name SOPAR
Address 1 Des Erables Ch, Gatineau, QC, Tel: +1 819-243-3616.
Web Site sopar.ca/en/

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SOPAR

SOPAR - Program 2012-2017 - Integrated Community-Driven Development for the Rural Poor

  • Plz Refer Document
  • Cape Verde
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SOPAR - Program 2012-2017 - Integrated Community-Driven Development for the Rural Poor
Company Name SOPAR
Funded By Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
Country Cape Verde , Western Africa
Project Value Plz Refer Document
Project Detail

The program's overall objective is to support community-driven sustainable development and to improve the living conditions for rural poor of the State of Andhra Pradesh in India. Implemented in partnership with Bala Vikasa, the program includes two main strategies: 1) improving the living conditions of women, children/youth and farmers with the provision of safe water (bore wells, purification systems) and sanitation (household toilets), improved access to basic education and skills training, the development of organic farming technology and methods, and de-silting of water reservoirs and fertilization; and 2) investing in people's knowledge and capacity building with the development and delivery of thematic training on rural community development for practionners from NGOs, local governments, universities, and the publication/dissemination of best practices and lessons learned. Local Partner: Bala Vikasa.

Sector Water & Sanitation

Contact Details

Company Name SOPAR
Address 1 Des Erables Ch, Gatineau, QC, Tel: +1 819-243-3616.
Web Site sopar.ca/en/

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