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FISCAL YEAR 2016/17

Nepal Electricity Authority 1

A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17

2 Nepal Electricity Authority

FISCAL YEAR 2016/17

CONTENTS COMPLIMENTARY COPY

Message from the Minister 2
Message from the Chairperson 4
Board of Directors 6
Corporate structure of NEA 7
Deputy Managing Directors 8
Managing Director’s Report 9
Generation Directorate 17
Transmission Directorate 39
Distribution and Consumer Services Directorate 57
Planning, Monitoring and Information Technology Directorate 82
Engineering Services Directorate 87
Project Management Directorate 110
NEA’s Subsidiary & Associate Companies 117
Central Activities 132
Administration Directorate 135
Finance Directorate 137
System Load Curve of Peak Load Day 154
Tariff Rates 155
Appendix 159-169
Maps 170-172

Front cover photo: Newly constructed Chapali Substation

NEPAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY
Head Of¿ce: Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal
Phone: +977-1-4153007/4153013, Fax: +977-1-4153009
Email: neamd@nea.org.np
Website: www.nea.org.np

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Anup Kumar Upadhyay Secretary Ministry of Energy. Member Mr. Kul Man Ghising Member Managing Director. Umesh Prasad Thani Mr. Chairman Dr.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Board of Directors Mr. NEA Member Secretary 8 Nepal Electricity Authority . Bhakta Bahadur Pun Member Member Mr. Chandra Tandon Secretary Member Ministry of Finance. Chet Raj Joshi Mr. Shanta Raj Subedi Mr.

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Mohan Ratna Shakya Mr. Lekha Nath Koirala Ms. Shanti Laxmi Shakya Mr. Sunil Kumar Dhungel Mr. Monitoring & IT Directorate Mr. Jagadishwar Man Singh Acting Deputy Managing Director Acting Deputy Managing Director Acting Deputy Managing Director Finance Directorate Administration Directorate Planning. Hara Raj Neupane Mr. Deputy Managing Director Engineering Services Directorate Generation Directorate Project Management Directorate 10 Nepal Electricity Authority . Deputy Managing Director Off. Manoj Silwal Off. Deputy Managing Director Off.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Deputy Managing Directors Mr. Rajeev Sharma Deputy Managing Director Deputy Managing Director Distribution & Consumer Services Directorate Transmission Directorate Mr.

which is the Àrst in category contributed 41. The capital shocks in pursuing their duty. loss reduction and Ànancial performance. MANAGING DIRECTOR’S REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 MANAGING DIRECTOR’S REPORT It gives me immense pleasure to state that The Ànancial performance of Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has successfully the year under review recorded completed thirty-two years of glorious journey positive operating surplus in Power sector. I would also like to pay my great satisfaction to supply 24 hours of continuous sincere tribute to all individuals and employees power to our esteemed consumers. commitment to lead the organization ahead with It is a matter of great honor for us to receive excellent results by building upon its strengths overwhelming support and recognition from and turning challenges into opportunities. public and institutions for our deeds.61 % to the its voltage level playing pivotal role in eradicating gross revenue from electricity sales respectively. Organization. We are now opportune event to share our performance and conÀdent enough on our endeavor to make NEA achievements during last year and reafÀrm our as a proÀt earning organization by next year. It was our At this annual day. the year 2016/17 was environment for growth and transformation of the historic one in terms of load shedding management.06 We feel great pride to state that we have been million consumers remained the largest consumer successful in completing many substations and category with 93. Domestic and Industrial consumer 220 kV Transmission Line. city-Kathmandu and city of tourist-Pokhara were With these notes. even in the driest months. Chamelia Hydroelectric Project is at the Only 65% of the population has access to grid Ànal stage of completion and will be completed electricity. Nepal Electricity Authority 11 . As in the previous year. It has Under the “Ujjyalo Nepal Abhiyaan” initiative load boosted the morale and conÀdence of our team shedding mitigation and various other activities and has helped a lot in creating amenable working were introduced. This became possible due to effective and efÀcient demand and The total number of consumers increased from supply side management with augmentation of 2. As a result.85 % and 35. The industries' supply Operational Performance was curtailed during peak hours only. the domestic consumer category with 3. and bulk buyers during the year. All generation Rest of the consumer Category accounted for the projects have resumed their construction works in remaining 22.26 million including community transmission and distribution facilities.97 million to 3. power cuts during dry season.54 % of the gross sales revenue. within next couple of months. The 32nd Anniversary is an and net loss stood below one billion. load shedding in Kathmandu. full swing. I now present the highlights of made load shedding free for entire period and the performance and achievements made by the remaining areas of the country also felt minimum organization during FY 2016/17. except industrial who lost their lives due to electric hazards and consumers.96 % share of the entire transmission lines including Khimti-Dhalkebar consumers.

increase of 8.133. The total energy available the various Independent Power Producers (IPPs) in NEA’s system increased by 23.34 million in purchasing power from Àgure of 1.19 million.53 million in the FY 2015/16 The growth in the revenue from energy sales to NRs 45.457.14 GWh.306. However. an increase of 52. including Dhalkebar-Muzaffarpur transmission The cost for purchasing power has again been line.35% from previous year's Àgure of 1.73 million in the previous year 2015/16. NRs.087. 7.175.98 million in India has reached 2. to 22. Interest expense for this year is calculated previous year.54 million in the million.14 GWh. after many years. an increase of previous year. The main load centers. This is an increase of 43. After many years. distribution and administration in underway nationwide.15 million. this purpose.16 generation contributed 36. Out of the total available energy. 12 Nepal Electricity Authority .06% from previous year's Àgure of amounting to NRs 2.78 % in the previous year price escalation for power purchase from IPPs.079.457.68 in the FY 2016/17 amounted to NRs 978.48 million reduced interest amount by about NRs.823. standard and continued drive to minimize it is transmission. expenses including power purchase increased from NRs 36.257.04 GWh.43 % in the FY 2016/17 due to A nationwide drive launched to reduce system the increase in the volume of import and domestic losses showed positive results reducing the purchase and to some extent because of normal system losses from 25. an achieved an operational proÀt. previous year's Àgure.82 million and Financial Performance NRs 1.25 % to 6.40 % respectively.907. NEA has managed to generate Reduction in long term borrowing interest rate operational proÀt in the Àscal year 2016/17.98 million. 1.09 million in the FY 2016/17. The total power purchased from Independent the largest component in the total operating Power Producers (IPPs) within Nepal was 1777. which has supported a lot increment in retail tariff. NEA’s own Energy from purchased power amounted to 63.077.200 as compared to NRs 35. NRs 1.24 expenses in the year under review.17 GWh.67% of the net electricity sales revenue for 34. The total cost of purchased power increased by 27. Marshyangdi and Middle million whereas the same for the previous year Marshyangdi power plants were run for peaking was NRs 8.21 % from as NRs.76 % and 28.84 % whereas those % of the total available energy and NEA paid imported from India and local IPPs accounted for 61. 3879.063. Reduction in system operation during the dry season to meet the peak losses. continuous supply of to minimize the load shedding at the peak time.890.39% from previous year's NRs 28.24 GWh.572.073. an should also be attributed to the decrease in the increase of 26.166.229. NEA spent GWh. power in major cities and partial endorsement of The average power import for the last year was Ànancial restructuring all contributed to decrease about 250 MW through various transmission lines Ànancial losses for the year under review.777. reduction in average rate of power import.90% in the year under review.407. The amount of loss that still persists is not to the acceptable Other operating expenses for generation. NEA's overall operating 5. NEA stations generated a total of 2. Kaligandaki.73 and import from India. GWh over the previous year’s Àgure of 5.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 NEA’s hydropower plants including small power in power purchase cost and staff salary.305.28 %. NEA incurred Net Loss 22.38 million as against 2. The from 8% to 5% for the GoN funded loans and total revenue generated from energy sales and conversion of some loan into equity shares has other income reached NRs 50. demand of the system.39 million as compared to NRs. The total energy imported from the operational loss of NRs 3. the last year amounted to NRs.92 GWh. This is mainly due to increase prevalent load shedding.72 million respectively. 1.

have been gradually made 'load site that was made inaccessible by the April 2015 shedding free". The progress under construction under 132 kV and 220 kV thereafter was satisfactory and the tunnel work level are 506. as well as proper public participation which should 2017. The remaining works are Tamakoshi Hydropower Limited (UTKHPL) utilizing expected to be completed by December.5 MVA and 726 MVA respectively. Similarly. This project company mode to ensure early decision making is scheduled for commissioning by December. pension. 220 kV and 400 kV level of the variation disputes of the tunnel squeezing are 1010 Ckt Km. NEA estimated a provision of NRs 2. capacity of substation reached on 22nd September.Kulekhani II - beneÀt plan scheme.19 %. Birgunj transformer capacity After the delays caused by the massive earthquake addition). Bhulbhule .Middle Marsyangdi 132 kV.Hapure 132 kV lines. Hetauda . There their completion date. hence the increase in the energy earthquake. Overall progress is about 60% till July 2017. An understanding on this issue was respectively. It can be taken as a positive are numerous transmission line projects which sign that the construction of these projects have are under different phases of construction. to counter the darkness during load shedding The commissioning date of this project has been hours. has been completed. Ongoing Projects Parwanipur. Grid Substation upgrading (Hetauda.Kataiya 132 kV. medical facilities and completed in the last FY 073/74 are Khimti- accumulated leave facilities under employees' Dhalkebar 220 kV. both the Contractors CGGC and CWE sales. MANAGING DIRECTOR’S REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 the urban areas. in March till date being constructed in the company mode. The access road was opened by the additional petrol/ diesel for the generators used Nepal Army as per the decision of the cabinet. line length of under construction transmission Chamelia HEP (30 MW) had been stuck because lines under 132 kV. 2017. Raxaul . 2016. The Kulekhani III (14 MW) had been staying idle with projects transferred or in the process of being most of the civil construction completed and transferred to company mode and the progresses most of the equipment already at site. and 648 Ckt Km works. Chapali 132/66 kV Substation/ of April. The resumed. domestic Ànancial resources is the biggest project After the re-opening of the access road. approximately 80 % of the works have been Upper Tamakoshi Hydroelectric Project (456 MW): completed. 2017. NEA’s ongoing project construction Kushaha . from the Powerhouse to the Headworks The project has been delayed by almost one year Nepal Electricity Authority 13 . Siuchatar 132 kV. NEA has taken minor Ànishing works in the powerhouse. The overall progress of the NEA Subsidiary Companies project stands at 99. postponed to April 2019. help in the timely completion of the projects. This accounts for 98 % of civil works Upper Tamakoshi HEP being built under Upper and 75 % of EM works. Mirchaiya 132/33 kV Substation. 2016. 2015. As of July achieved are as follows.250 million towards the long term employee liabilities in The various major transmission lines that were respect of gratuity. The major remaining After the successful completion of Chilime work on the civil side is plugging of the audits and Hydropower as a subsidiary of NEA. its aftershocks and the subsequent Expansion. 659 Ckt Km. At the same time it has also helped a great have resumed their respective works at site for deal in saving valuable foreign exchange revenue Upper Trishuli 3A (60 MW) after a gap of nearly of the country that was being used to import two years. Terai Bandh. The dry the initiative to develop more projects under the test has already been completed.Parwanipur suffered delays that led to the postponement of 132 kV and Kushum .

the Detailed Engineering Design and Tender Trishuli Jal Vidhut Company Limited (TJVCL): This Document preparation. Core Drilling work both Package 1 (Headworks and River Diversion) and Construction of Test Audit is being carried out and Package 2 (Water Conveyance. Detail Engineering Design and preparation between GoN and World Bank for Power Sector of Tender Documents. It aims of Asian Development Bank under Project to initiate the major construction activities by the Preparatory Facility for Energy (PPFE) for the early end of December 2017. being prepared. In Supervision for the Access Road is also in its Ànal addition. The Utter Ganga Storage Hydroelectric Project technical bid evaluation has been completed and (300/600 MW): The feasibility study report is Ànancial bid evaluation for Lot 1 (Civil and Hydro. (Japan) with the grant assistance type Tanahu Hydropower Project (140 MW). 14 Nepal Electricity Authority .A. Lahmeyer Committee of THL.p. Powerhouse under a separate contract agreement. Trishuli 3A.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 due to the April. Upper Arun Hydroelectric Project (335-700 MW): Tamor Storage Hydroelectric Project (762 MW): Tender Evaluation process for the selection of Project Development Department (PDD) carried the Consultant for the Detailed Engineering out optimization study which shows the project Design and Tender Document Preparation for to be more attractive at higher FSL even with the Construction is under process along with inundation of the proposed Kabeli -A (37. Detail Design are being carried out by ELC Tanahu Hydropower Limited (THL): It is a Subsidiary Electroconsult S. conducting feasibility study on TSHEP at installed Tender Document Preparation and Construction capacity of 762 MW and FSL of 550 masl. The pre-construction activities International GmbH is presently engaged in are in the Ànal stage of completion. As per new Program (PSRSHDP). The submitted bids for implementation of the Project.6 MW) Ikhuwa Khola Hydroelectric Project (30 MW). The interconnection Company was established to develop Upper system with Upper Tamakoshi tailrace is already Trishuli 3B HEP (37 MW) as a cascade of Upper under construction. The preparation of EOI and RFP mechanical works) under Engineering Procurement documents for the selection of Consultant for the and Construction (EPC) mode is under process. installed capacity is increased to 40 MW. PDD is Similarly Tender evaluation for the Detail Design. the overall and Tender Document preparation in EPC mode project parameters were reassessed and the of Contract are under evaluation. PDD is preparing documents for the stage. Bid evaluation is under process for the Upper Modi A (60 MW): The submitted bids for submitted bids under EPC mode of Contract. Integrated Time Schedule the project is scheduled Dudhkoshi Storage Hydroelectric Project to start generation from all units by December (300/900MW): The Updated Feasibility and 2018. 2015 earthquake and blockade Reform and Sustainable Hydropower Development in the India-Nepal border thereafter. and related Equipment) from the prequaliÀed Tamakoshi V Hydroelectric Project (95 MW): bidders are being evaluated by the Project This is a cascade development of the under Supervision Consultant and the Bid Evaluation construction Upper Tamakoshi HEP. The selection of Consultant for both works selection of Consultant for Updated Feasibility will be undertaken under the Ànancing agreement Study. (Italy) in association with Company of NEA established to promote storage NEWJEC Inc. the Request for Proposal (RFP) for the selection of Rahughat Hydroelectric Project (40 MW): After Consultants for the Detailed Engineering Design terminating the main civil contractor. and Lower Hewa (21. Detailed Engineering Design is under way.6 MW). On this basis.

60 through year under review. Peaking Committee (PEC) meeting and above 50 MW was Run off River (PRoR) and Storage type. for which the price was Ànalized Semi-surface Power House and Sloping Intake through competitive bidding. 2017 at New Delhi Ten new projects developed by the Independent and the Nepalese delegation led by Managing Power Producers (IPPs) with a combined capacity Director of NEA sorted out the issue of power of 116. for power purchase alternative layout studies were completed in the up to 160MW at the rate of INR. EOI will be requested grid-tied solar projects with Viability Gap Funding from International Consultants for Detailed (VGF) from ADB will be invited soon. Similarly.61 MW were commissioned in the FY exchange rate which was increasing every year 2016/17. which may create conducive environment (PEC) meeting which was not held after 2011 has for attracting FDI in hydropower sector of Nepal. 6.5 percent.44 with PTC India Limited through Tanakpur- the Private Sector participation to fulÀll the energy Mahendranagar transmission line during some demand and has eased the procedure for Power months of the dry season. The feasibility study of the Dhalkebar-Mujaffarpur transmission line and project is planned to be completed in the coming Nepal imported power up to 145MW through this Àscal year 2017/18. UP and Uttrakhand was for energy purchase from 3 categories of Hydro at the rates Ànalized by 10th Power Exchange Power Projects i. This has increased the total number by 5. Further. work. Engineering Design in the coming year. construction after Ànancial closure.05 MW. The power import Purchase Agreements (PPA). It has been a major breakthrough of IPP owned projects in operation to 60 with a decision in the 11th PEC meeting that the annual combined installed capacity of 441. Run off River (RoR). capacity of 910. Similarly.55. MANAGING DIRECTOR’S REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Andhi Khola Storage Hydroelectric Project (180 532. Similarly.00 and 6. Further. 51 It will carry positive impacts on Ànancial health IPP owned projects with a combined installed of NEA in the new Àscal year 2074/75. a total of 28 Raxaul. Bid for next lot of design has been reviewed.97 MW. line during the Àscal year under review. the nodal survey. under process. been convened on August 8. identiÀed by PDD in 2015. project optimization studies and power trading with Nepal.31 MW are in the various stages Nepal will be purchasing the power up to 50MW of development. Power Trading with India Chainpur Seti Hydroelectric (210 MW): It is a RoR NEA signed the power purchase Agreement with scheme. NEA has open rates below 50 MW from Bihar. tariff escalation is stopped and the power exchange rate has been Àxed for IRs.e. Geological mapping and investigation agency of Government of India for cross border (Phase-I).45 at IPP’s are developing 102 projects with a combined 132kV. 3. This has increased the total number MW): PDD is currently carrying out the feasibility of PPA signed with the various IPPs to 213 with study and Àeld investigation works such as Survey the combined installed capacity of 3394. 33kV and 11kV voltage levels respectively installed capacity of 2043. Private Sector Participation NEA purchased power about 35MW at PPA rate of NEA is continuously pursuing the efforts to promote INR 3.Parwanipur transmission lines and the new PPAs were signed with a combined capacity of PEC rate would be applicable for it as per the Nepal Electricity Authority 15 . at BERC rates of Bihar guidelines for dollar-denominated PPAs has been The long pending Power Exchange Committee issued.. Geological drilling. Topographic NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam (NVVN). the Surge Shaft.61 MW and are under up to the Indian Àscal year ending in March 2018.07 MW. from each of new 132kV Kataiya-Kushaha and During the last Àscal year 2016/17. ERT survey and EIA study PPAs with the grid-tied solar power projects are have been completed. 5.

tariff to cover the cost of service. increase self- Hydro Power development.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 decision of the 11th PEC meeting. Completion of Dhalkebar 220/132 kV 400 kV backbone transmission lines with support Substation will add additional import capacity from various Development Partners including of 100 MW and commissioning of Kushaha- World Bank. People's Investment for Nepal's Hydro) has been proactive efforts will be made to adjust electricity launched by Ministry of Energy. Further. As a long term strategy. 2072'. one 400 transmission and substation facilities in place. Tamor (762 with integrated resource planning including MW). NEA has strategic attract domestic and FDI investment in all types of plan to reduce operation cost. NEA is developing system. Price of electricity in Indian electricity from Galchhi (Nepal) – Kerung (China) has already market in short term is in decreasing trend. This will To improve its Ànancial health. Our major focus should be to complete these under construction generation and transmission The distribution system expansion is another projects that will add more than 1200 MW to the area for huge investment to be made within the 16 Nepal Electricity Authority . Andhikhola imports and efÀcient management. Our immediate Crisis Mitigation and Electricity Development requirement is to get rid of decade long crippling Decade Concept/Action Plan. Completion of Grid tied solar projects and future. With addition of these in central part of the country. These Transmission Connectivity lines will under construction Hydropower projects including enhance the power wheeling possibility across the Upper Tamakoshi and IPP's projects within a year border and promote energy banking and export/ will add about 600 MW power to the system. EU etc. for Reservoir and Peaking Run-of-River projects are also Àxed for private developers. a system loss and increase additional income from program called “Nepal Ko Pani Janatako Lagaani”( mobilization of additional resources. We are problem of load shedding. Way Forward NEA has already concluded PPA with IPPs for NEA has two important objectives to meet. To encourage general generation. Without Transmission backbone of 400 kV or For short term. Projects to meet the long term demand. About eight other cross border import cheaper electricity from Indian electricity links with India are proposed for construction in market. PPA rates reliability and energy security. maximize sales with reduction in public investment in Hydropower development. Domestic Solar and Biomass Generation will be Power from different generating sources cannot be the best energy mix with Nepal's RoR hydro based evacuated to the load centers. Moreover. Tamakoshi-5 (95 MW) Peaking Run-of-River in electricity with due consideration for quality. funded by US government has also 132 kV Transmission Line will also add another initiated development of 400 kV Transmission Line 100 MW import possibility. However. which can be achieved developing Dudhkoshi (900 MW). Uttarganga (300-600 MW). import opportunity. ADB. kV cross border link with India from New Butwal Nepal can draw more than 500 MW from coming (Nepal) – Gorakhpur (India) and one with China dry season. NEA has to satisfaction and the other is to sustain as a business focus on Reservoir and Peaking RoR projects as organization with reasonable Ànancial returns for per generation mix deÀned in 'National Energy its further investment portfolio. our (180 MW) reservoir Projects and Upper Arun (700 long term strategy should be to become self-reliant MW). One is more than 3400 MW RoR/PRoR projects in 'take to supply sufÀcient electricity to consumers to their or pay' basis. NEA's been initiated and are expected to be completed Ànancial health can also be improved if we can within next 5 years. Millenium Challenge Kattaiya second circuit and Raxaul Parwanipur Corporation. system in the next 2-3 years. Thermal Import from India and above from East to West and North to South.

Due to safety efÀciency and management capability within the and reliability reasons. substations. Ministers. This will also create multiple fans. The share in the Government owned Grid Company online and centralized bill payment system will be which is already in operation. Financial solar and energy storage battery system will be Restructuring process should continue until the implemented as a pilot project in one of the Grid organization is fully sustainable in all respect. Government of Nepal and is expected The smart Grid system with combination of to improve NEA’s Ànancial performance. NEA board has initiated for all consumers. Engineering and Power Trading to its grid system through net metering will also be Companies have already been established with expanded in future. which will enhance the megawatt in the next Àve to ten years. This will enable NEA to adopt majority shareholding from NEA. After commissioning of Upper even to the ward level through our distribution Tamakoshi and Chillime's subsidiary projects. demand its additional income. NEA has initiated institutional reform and The implementation of smart Grid and Smart Ànancial restructuring process already. main distribution lines of organization. LED lamps. Without major augmentation and has plans to develop these infrastructures for reinforcement of Distribution network. Power trading will be a challenging business Communication network can be expanded for NEA in future. The NEA will have its corporate and system planning communication network of NEA that is available functions for its short term and long term strategic all over Nepal can be a good source of additional planning. by utilizing available resources optimally. income by leasing them at a reasonable price. The metering system will get importance within NEA second phase of Ànancial restructuring has to gain efÀciency in operation. regional levels too. our effort will be to increase revenue be developed for short term trading of electricity. To face this challenge. The other source of income can be the wet energy surplus and dry energy deÀcit our land at prime locations of the cities with its situation. Furthermore. It will also reduce the already approved for seven autonomous regional cost of service and facilitate consumers to pay distribution ofÀces as per the federal restructuring their bills. efÀcient state governments. capacitor banks are the major energy buyers and sellers in electricity market. integration of solar energy Generation. of the country. These distribution ofÀces can act as The demand side management with energy distribution companies with 100% shareholding efÀciency program will be NEA's another focus of NEA and can be later handed over to the area in the years to come. NEA has initiated augmented to diversify manufacturing business distribution capacity expansion in industrial to meet the demand of NEA in long run. infrastructure which can be utilized for our own Integrated Nepal Power System may experience purpose too. Our effort is to make the organization Kathmandu are planned to have underground digitalized and paperless. corridor of Terai region and main cities including NEA is going to implement Enterprise Resource Kathmandu to cater load up to 10-12 thousand Planning (ERP) system. Modern trading platform will Moreover. loss reduction already been endorsed partially by Council of and better service delivery to the consumer. cross border utilization by building business complexes. NEA trading and energy banking may be the suitable Nepal Electricity Authority 17 . MANAGING DIRECTOR’S REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 next 2-3 years. system. NEA has 48% modern digital technology in its system. the existing cannot be increased to match with upcoming pole plant and transformer workshops will be supply from Hydro generations. Load efÀciency programs to be implemented to reduce dispatch center will be augmented to central and the peak and energy demand of the system. Similarly.

Ministry of Energy. I for energy banking mechanism with neighboring sincerely acknowledge the great concern shown states of India. The Training Center will involvement in the coming days with us to achieve be developed as a Center of Excellence. I want to express my deep gratitude appreciation to our valued customers and to honorable Minister for Energy for his dynamic different professional organizations for being and proactive leadership in boosting the morale with us at time of extreme difÀculties and for of team NEA and providing right direction to the boosting our morale by recognizing our untiring organization. IPPs. Finally. achievements within the framework of authorities and responsibilities envisaged in the NEA Act Thank You. This has signiÀcantly helped us to training will be conducted for all levels through improve power supply situation in the country. We Àrmly believe that ensuring the best service I sincerely appreciate banks. I would like to assure that every possible the Chairman and members of the NEA Board of step will be taken to ensure that load shedding is Directors for their expert and valuable guidance completely eradicated from the entire country in in decision making and formulating policies the near future and everyone is availed of reliable for the overall organizational performance and and uninterrupted supply of energy. My sincere gratitude also goes to efforts. There are enough grounds to be optimistic support. well restructured Training Center. building software and hardware suppliers and the investor communities for infrastructure for increasing income and improving bestowing faith on us and in helping us move morale health of our organization will deÀnitely forward. I thank them for this cause and wish to have the same support in our future endeavor. demand during off-peak hours. Training needs for different and support for power exchange between two level of staffs will be assessed and appropriate countries. support acknowledge all those who have been directly or and cooperation to the management. NEA has plans I am also grateful to the donor communities and to develop internal resource pool and build ties development partners. encouragement and patronage. My sincere appreciation also goes to Government Capacity building within NEA will be a key agenda of India through Embassy of India in Kathmandu for efÀcient operations and implementation of and Embassy of Nepal in Delhi for their cooperation the project activities. indirectly contributing to NEA's performance and I would like to express my sincere thanks and achievements.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 options. auditors. improve our public image and will open avenues for all round development of the organization in The media has always been helpful to us a better way. Our major focus in future will be by parliamentary committees in our regular on energy levelling by increasing domestic energy operation and development pursuits. delivery. Ministry of Finance and Kul Man Ghising other concerned Ministries for their continuous Managing Director 18 Nepal Electricity Authority . 2041. who have always helped with international training organizations to meet us in the past and are willing to continue their its training requirements. I would also like to thank the Government of Nepal. Our every endeavor should be for in disseminating factual reports about the better and efÀcient NEA. Acknowledgements I am thankful to the entire team NEA and the I would like to take this opportunity to employee unions for their hard work. our goal of fulÀlling the growing needs of energy. organization.

This helped to improve voltage of that area „ Kulekhani III Hydroelectric Project (14MW) and import more power (upto 40 MW) from „ Chameliya Hydroelectric Project (30MW) Balmikinagar-Gandak 132 kV line for supply „ Rahughat Hydroelectric Project (40 MW) in the adjacent areas. Improved operation and maintenance projects owned by NEA and smooth operation and practices have been instrumental to enhance maintenance of existing power plants with optimal generation and minimize load shedding in the use of resources. and Maintenance Department (MGO&MD) each headed by a Director. Kulekhani III operational practices were improved to get Hydroelectric Project is headed by Project higher output. Technical Marsyangdi hydropower plants were operated Support Department. availability was achieved in all other times. canal maintenance was kept minimum for this directorate is taking care of construction of Gandak hydropower station and 100% plant the following four hydropower projects. Medium Generation Operation in the plants history. LGO&MD. Indian irrigation authority for headworks and Administration and Monitoring and IT. Some of them are- by four departments. Rahughat almost half by mobilizing the extra staff and Hydroelectric Project and Upper Trishuli 3'A' resources efÀciently. MGO&MD coordination with respective Directors. At present. Middle Marsyangdi and Development Department (GDD). It is supported „ The plant shutdown duration required by by three divisions/sections namely. Whereas. The directorate is supported last FY 2016/17. Nepal Electricity Authority 19 . Hydroelectric Project are headed by respective „ Co-ordinated maintenance scheduling among Project Directors and report to the Deputy the plants was efÀciently carried out and Managing Director. The main which are below 30MW installed capacity owned objective of this directorate is to construct new by NEA. namely Generation „ Kaligandaki ‘A’. GENERATION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 GENERATION DIRECTORATE Generation Directorate. The TSD provides technical support needed for the Various activities and features of four hydropower ongoing projects and existing power plants on projects under construction. Similarly MGO&MD is responsible operation and maintenance of NEA owned 19 for twelve (12) hydropower and one (1) diesel plant power stations totaling 666. „ The machine overhauling time under „ Upper Trishuli 3'A' Hydroelectric Project (60MW) scheduled maintenance were reduced to Chameliya Hydroelectric Project.70 MW. (TSD) Large Generation in their full capacity in peak time during dry Operation and Maintenance Department season using their pondage capacity Àrst time (LGO&MD). headed by Deputy is responsible for Àve (5) hydropower and one Managing Director is responsible for construction (1) thermal plant above 30MW installed capacity of 4 ongoing hydropower projects together with owned by NEA. Finance. Manager and reports to the Director. LGO&MD and TSD during the FY are described as follows. GDD.

2008. 99. Foundation and is December 2017. been completed with 2 nos. As per the has been completed. squeezing in 843 m length of the Headrace Balanch and the Dam site is located at Bitule of tunnel (HRT) was encountered between Adit 2 down stream and Adit 3 up stream. Similarly. of 16 MVA power tion date (including Testing and Commissioning) transformers being installed. that was completed in 2015. of cutting around 2300 nos.8 % of intake Project Background and 99. localized cracking of shotcrete and extremely large deformations in the crowns and side walls which is upto maximum 40% of the design diameter. The plant capacity is 30 MW (6 hour Peaking Run of River) with average annual The installation of turbines and generators energy generation of 184. penstock (both horizontal and vertical) and tail race. the power house had to be relocated which resulted in requirement of slope protection. Korea loan started in 23rd October. ing of GoN. Darchula District. This resulted in deformation of several lattice girders/steel ribs.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 CHAMELIYA HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT surge tank. The power Due to weak geology and presence of fault zones. Sikhar. completed. Switchyard area has Joint Co-ordinated Working Schedule the comple. of 132 kV Transmission line towers has been completed including stringing Project Status works of 131 km single circuit of conductor The project is at the stage of completion with and OPGW (Optical Ground Wire) has also been full completion of dam works. The project has initiated the process connecting tunnel.99% of power house has been completed. NEA and EDCF K-Exim Bank. erection of 412 nos. The treatment of squeezing of HRT started on May 2013 and was completed on May 2017. Similarly. The overall progress of civil works is 99. The vertical shaft also encountered huge cavity formation with debris Dam site of Chameliya HEP Áow making the construction very difÀcult. desanding basin. house site is located at Sailya Municipality. Chameliya Hydroelectric Project under joint fund. of trees which Switchyard of Chameliya HEP 20 Nepal Electricity Authority . adit tunnel.95%. headrace tunnel.21 GWh.

as consultant also for Electro-mechanical. hydro- Contractor. The cost of the project Guarantees. because of the very poor work is set to be fully commissioned by December Ànancial condition of the company. Both cost. M/S IVRCL. 2015 as the Appellate Rahughat Hydroelelctric Project is located at Court rejected the Contractor’s plea to issue Galeshwor. The Employer. with the recommendation of the Consultant. GENERATION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 impose great danger to the transmission line. near Beni in Myagdi District. Hydro-mechanical Adit No. EXIM Bank of India under US$ 100 million Dollar The Determination process of the Contractor was Line of Credit Agreement dated 14th September. Dhaulagiri stay orders to prevent the seizure of the Bank Zone of Western Nepal. The Determination for the mechanical and transmission line works and the plant and machineries. The contractor IVRCL has initiated was initially estimated to be NRs 827. (A Govt. A Around 85% of the work has been completed supplementary contract was signed with WAPCOS and is under process of testing and charging the Limited for the consultancy Services of EM. equipment and vehicles is remaining amount for main civil works was made going on and shall be completed very soon. 2015 and the Bank Guarantees Project Background were seized on 28th June. 2012. issued “Notice for Termination” to the Contractor RAHUGHAT HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT on 18th June. available from EXIM Bank of India under US$ 250 million Dollar Line of Credit Agreement dated 21st October. 2011. HM transmission line. 2014. and TL works on 24th March. US$ 31 million was made available from process. Out of the total estimated Arbitration as per the Condition of Contract.35 Crores the arbitration process under UNCITRAL rules of (including all taxes). US$ 67 million was to be made available parties have appointed their respective arbitrators from the soft loan provided by the EXIM Bank of and the appointment of the third arbitrator is in India. Consultant for the construction of Main Civil works of the project. 2017. Contract Agreement for the consultancy services for construction of main civil works was signed with WAPCOS Ltd. The EXIM Bank of India approved the appointment of WAPCOS Limited. 2012 and the concurrence from EXIM Bank of India was received on 2nd August. of India Undertaking) in association with TATA CONSULTING ENGINEERS LIMITED AND LARSON & TOUBRO LIMITED on 16th February. The remaining amount determination of the Civil Works executed by the of US$ 36 million for electromechanical. also initiated by the Consultant with a joint site 2007 for the main civil works and consultancy visit and the Engineer has already completed the services for civil works. The Project is under Ànal stage of completion with The contractor could not accelerate the plugging of Adit tunnel 2 and installation of Adit construction work even after repeated instructions # 3 gate. HM and TL) works. The Project after completion of all test from the consultant. and Transmission Line (EM. III Nepal Electricity Authority 21 .

The Construction of Infrastructures for of.6 million US$ excluding was extended up to 14th Nov 2016. Electro-mechanical works is completed.775 Million US$. the Ànal submission date at a contract price of 22. the Bidding Documents Hydro-mechanical works) was signed with China were prepared by the Consultant in EPC mode Gezhouba Group Company Ltd. Government of Nepal and China Exim Bank for However Lama Construction has also gone for a concessional loan of 120 million US Dollar arbitration for few disputable items that need to in 2011. 22 Nepal Electricity Authority . a run- received. Electro-mechanical & Project Status Most of the land necessary for the construction of the Project and permission for cutting of the trees has already been acquired. Contract in Plant and Design Build (PDB) mode for Lot 2 : for construction supervision of the project was Mechanical and Electrical works.67 cumecs and the installed capacity optimized to 40 MW. Contract for the major these disputes contractually. China (CGGC) at a for Lot 1: Civil and Hydro-mechanical works and cost of 89. the design discharge was Àxed at 16.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 The Construction of the Camp Facilities being UPPER TRISHULI 3A HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT undertaken by Gorkha Swachchanda JV has also Project Background entered into dispute for which Ànal verdict on the Arbitration process from NEPCA is already Construction of Upper Trishiuli-3A HEP. The preparation of Tender Document for 2012. The Contract for major construction work and construction supervision work has been effective The Technical Evaluation of the Bid is already from 1st June 2011 and that of the transmission completed and Price Bid Evaluation process is line has become effective from 26 February going on. The project is working hard to settle 125.. construction work (Civil. The estimated cost of the project is be sorted out. 2016 with the Ànal submission date on 7th of 3. An Upgraded Detailed Project Report (UDPR) for the revised installed capacity. VAT. 2016. After the revision of the river hydrology. After the approval by the NEA management to go Underground Powerhouse for Tendering in Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) mode.90 crores (@ NRs 105 per US$) including VAT. China (NWH). was prepared by the Consultant.932 Million US$ excluding VAT. The agreement was signed between the Construction and majority works is completed. at a cost May.river project of 60 MW was initiated in June Camp Facilities is being undertaken by Lama 2011. with detail cost estimate.177 Million US$ excluding VAT. The total cost of the Project for the revised installed capacity has been estimated as NRs 859. made with Northwest Engineering Corporation Limited (previously known as Northwest Hydro- The Tender call for Lot 1 was Àrst published on 6th Consulting Engineers). Lot-2. On the advice of EXIM Bank of India the Transmission line work was awarded to China and the request from the Bidders for the extension International Water & Electric Corporation (CWE) of submission dates. Contract for July.

pedestrian trails and various village roads in project-affected areas The transmission line comprises of 132 kV line through DDC-Rasuwa and DDC-Nuwakot. PSP Concreting of draft tube unit-1 & 2 and upper also consists of the construction of four school conical part of unit-1 together with gantry crane buildings. which from powerhouse switchyard to Trishuli 3B hub are under progress.60% in 26 community forests. In addition. and 220 kV line from Trishuli-3B hub to Matatirtha Nepal Electricity Authority 23 . Land acquisition for tower been completed. implementation of two water supply installation has been completed. Excavation of underground powerhouse cavern. 400 km ACSR ‘BISON’ Conductor and 650 tones Prior to the earthquake of April 25. 2015 nearly out of 2200 tonnes manufactured tower materials 95% of headworks (Intake. Excavation of 3867 m out of foundation has been completed and approval for 4076 m long headrace tunnel (~95%) has been tree cutting has been obtained from the relevant completed. equipment is ready for dispatch to the site from About 97% of desander concreting work has also China. 90-tower foundation concrete work out of 142 excavation of surge shaft has been completed. intake works and 106 m of approach channel. GENERATION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Dam site of Upper Trishuli 3 'A' CGGC has completed construction of steel bridge substation in Kathmandu totaling 44.7 km. and construction branch pipe has been completed. weir. road improvement to Trishuli hospital. excavation work of vertical completed 94. About 35% of steel lining in penstock Supply of hospital equipment. has been completed and other 4 are in progress. construction of Matatirtha substation. addition. upper and lower drainage tunnel. of adits totaling 753 m. In and a pedestrian bridge over Trishuli River. 132 kV Line bay gravel trap) concreting work has been completed. completed. training to 60 persons from the project-affected area under Public Support Program (PSP). about 1 km of 220 kV underground temporary camp at headworks and excavation cable route leads to the Matatirtha Substation of four no. Tree-cutting works has been headrace tunnel. Till and horizontal pressure shaft and about 57% of date. About 33% of systems. of Irrigation drainage works. CGGC has and two 132kV line bay extension works will completed 2nd stage of river diversion with be conducted for interconnection with existing installation of four radial gates. upgrading of road from Trishuli to concrete lining in the tailrace tunnel has been Champani. switch yard and The project has conducted skill enhancement tailrace tunnel has been completed as well. About 23% of Concrete lining in the district forest ofÀces. settling basin and have already arrived at the site.

turbine is a cascade project which utilizes the However. The contract to generate about 40. Kulekhani is the only storage project in Nepal. the desander. at a rapid pace came to a standstill by the devastating earthquake of 25 April 2015. inspection and powerhouse to Headworks. The 14-Megawatt (MW) Kulekhani III entire local labors. the Contractor regulated Áow of Kulekhani Reservoir and resumed its work and the tower foundation and additional water from Khani Khola. 2017 The project work which was being carried out between NEA and CWE. Contractor repatriated all the earthquake of April 25. both the Contractors CGGC and CWE have tunnel. till April 30. from 15 March 2016. It is expected other related works are in progress. by 20 month i. Several Regarding Consulting work. Shaft and adit-1. the Nepal projects of Generation Directorate. The earthquake followed by the and access road to surge shaft. Adit-1 Now. Later earthquake also triggered a huge debris Áow at uphill of the dam site on left GENERATION DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT bank. were resumed their respective works on the site after heavily damaged. The Supplementary Contract Agreement was signed landslide also blocked the access road to Surge between NEA and Consultant NWH on 28 March. downstream of excavation is remaining. CGGC has Chinese labor back to China and dismissed all resumed work in headrace tunnel. including a huge landslide uphill has been made thus only 135 meter of tunnel side of the Tunnel Inlet portal. the Contract duration for the main works was extended by 34 months i. which stabilization as per MOU between NEA and Nepal is a cascade project that utilizes the regulated Army dated on March 30. 2015. considering the unsafe working Hydroelectric Project with two numbers of Francis environment after 25 April 2015 earthquake. the cabinet decided Generation Development Department (GDD) to mobilize Nepal army to open the track from performs the regular monitoring. rainy season also triggered further landslide at about 74 meter of headrace tunnel excavation various places. Now. After earthquake.e.85 Giga Watt hours (GWh) duration of Transmission line works was extended of electrical energy per annum. till 2 January. 2019 KULEKHANI III HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT as a second extension of time (EOT) for which Project Background Supplementary Contract Agreement was signed on 7 March. power house local labors. Presently. The army opened the resource management of under-construction track by the end of March 2016. Áow of the Kulekhani Reservoir. of the contractor including the temporary labor camps located near the Headworks. 2017 between NEA and CGGC. 2017. the only storage power plant in Nepal.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Post-Earthquake Status extension of time (EOT) for which Supplementary Contract Agreement was signed on 7 March. Now. which Defect Liability Period of 12 months and Second made the headworks virtually inaccessible. Adit-2 tunnel and powerhouse. After the earthquake. 2020 including road from powerhouse to the headworks. the time was extended huge landslides occurred along the 5 km access from July 1. Army is constructing retaining structure and slope department is looking after the construction of protection measures on the access road for its Kulekhani III hydropower project (14 MW).e. which has been providing much needed peaking The Transmission line Contractor (CWE) also energy to the Integrated National Power System repatriated the Chinese workers and dismissed the (INPS). 2016 to 30 April. 2018 as a second 24 Nepal Electricity Authority . Many construction equipment 2017.

about 11 km delivery of remaining EM equipment including LV/ north of Hetauda. India in association with TMS. Nevertheless. communication and about 5 km north of Hetauda at Sanutar village cables. bellmouth concreting. Narayani zone of the Central Development installation. The total estimated cost of the The remaining EM works include powerhouse Project is NRs. After termination with WRC-SILT-HEDCO JV. The remaining works are expected to be adjacent to the Tribhuwan Highway. Ltd. 4.63 billion. and completion of ongoing turbine Region. The Project is located cabling. completed by December 2017. overcome the problems and complete the project as early as possible. powerhouse Ànishing. Nepal has been made for construction management and construction supervision of the Project. Nepal and Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) for the construction work. every effort is being made to resolve the issues. powerhouse road Adit No. About 98 percent of the civil construction works and 75 percent of the Electromechanical & Hydro-mechanical works has been completed. Project Status The project was initiated in 2008 April with the Generator Floor Nepal Electricity Authority 25 . 4 and second stage concreting along with some The funds are provided by the Government of minor independent works. a new contract with M/S WAPCOS Ltd. The headworks site is located on the left generator installation along with the supply and bank of Khani Khola at Bhainse. switchyard equipment installation. on the southwest of Kathmandu in Makawanpur ongoing transmission line works. The Powerhouse is located MV switchgear equipment. The Civil Works Contract has been awarded to M/S Sinohydro Corporation. China and the Electromechanical & Hydro-mechanical Works Contract has been awarded to M/S Zhejiang Jinlun Electromechanic Co. China. GENERATION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 contract being awarded to the civil contractor while the contract for Electromechanical & Hydro- mechanical was awarded in 2010.. Over the years.. The remaining Civil works entails works related to the forebay. gates/trash racks district. cable duct concreting. By the end of Àscal year 2073/074 (July 2017) approximately 86 percent of the works in total has been completed. the project went through a lot of complexities of various nature which resulted in serious project delays.

Total generation is mainly due to adequate hydrology generation from the hydropower plants under this throughout the year. 29th march. inspection of practice normally carried out in the lean season equipment of generator housing. replacement avoiding energy loss. periodic overhaulings were carried out in cleaning of speed signal generator (SSG). inspection and works. plant was brought into operation in the month The signiÀcant maintenance works this year of Chaitra to meet the peak demand during SEE comprises overhauling of unit number 1 from exams. 2017 to 19th april.87 TWh. department in Àscal year 2073/74 is 1. repair cascade Kulekhani I and Kulekhani II plants are and modiÀcation of old MIV. This ensures that design of the carbon brushes as required. inspection capacity is available during wet season.16% as compared with the proper operation and regular preventive to the last year's generation. Kali gandaki ‘A’ Hydropower Plant Rehabilitation Project (KGAHPPRP) under loan Ànancing from International Development Association (IDA) is under implementation. The increment in maintenance activities carried out. The following sections provide a concise description of the power stations and highlight major activities carried out under this department during the Àscal year. Kulekhani-I and Kulekhani-II being reservoir type power plants does not experience erosion problems and hence. having total installed capacity of these plants is 414 annual design generation of 842 GWh and is MW. specially during dry season. testing Kaligandaki A. Middle Marsyangdi and Marsyangdi of power transformer. The actual generation from the plants under located at Krishna Gandaki.15 year because of the favouring hydrology along GWh with an increment of 12. Under this work.94% as compared to that of was started on 24th June 2016 was completed last Àscal year's generation. It is a six-hour peaking run-of-river type under the jurisdiction of this department. commissioned in 2002. The power station. Syangja. Apart and testing of neutral cubical.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 LARGE GENERATION OPERATION & 1. Kaligandaki 'A' Hydropower Station MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT Kaligandaki 'A' Hydropower Station is the largest The operation and maintenance of Àve (5) Power Plant of Nepal having an installed capacity hydropower plants and one (1) Multifuel diesel of 144 MW. ModiÀed MIV Shifting for Assembly 26 Nepal Electricity Authority . replacement of mainly intended for meeting peak load demand hydraulic servo motor. The Multifuel power bypass valve and steam bush were carried out. The MIV modiÀcation work of Unit No. only regular preventive maintenance activities were carried out. butterÁy valve disc seal. maintenance of GIS and power plants. Under this department. maintenance and from preventive and corrective maintenance testing of synchronizing breaker. The generation from on 6th August 2016. The actual this department has increased signiÀcantly this generation of the plant in this Àscal year is 842. 3 which with an increment of 7. 2017 under which electrical works such as maintenance and Overhauling of generating units is a regular testing of excitation transformer. with 3 units each having a capacity power plant with capacity above 30 MW fall of 48 MW. as per system requirement.

were addressed with assistance of Agreement for the Consulting Services for Dam Alstom expert. installation of the repaired HVOF coated Siundibar.1 position display system were also ‘A’ Hydropower Plant Rehabilitation Project carried out. repairing of de-sander stop log gates. cleaning of identiÀcation. all mechanical packages except trash rack cleaning machine supply has been completed. an increment of 4. GENERATION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 protection cubicals. Similarly. Safety. HDSR Capacity-Building component. and maintenance activities during this Àscal 1. Coupler 2. Dam site water control system.65 GWh this year with installation of new fabricated balancing pipes. Lamjung. The consultant has submitted the Ànal design reports. restoration of automatic repair and maintenance works includes repairing functioning of drainage and dewatering system. 2. Middle Marsyangdi Hydropower Station mechanical works such as dismantling of turbine Middle Marsyangdi Hydropower Station with components (i.e. under Technical Assistance and cooling water system. Trash rack cleaning machine has already dispatched from Manufacture’s factory and expected to complete Fitting of Pipes and Pumps for dewatering of the installation and commissioning by Sep 2017.Major repair monitoring device on the transformer of unit no.). repair and maintenance of cooling dewatering tanks & repairing of pumps. downstream to enable inspection of roller bucket Nepal Electricity Authority 27 . installed capacity of 70 MW and annual design shaft seal. Under Electro-Mechanical Works. Other signiÀcant works carried is rightly supported by periodic overhauling out this year are installation of online bushing of units and adequate hydrology. the Contract recordings. problem in DCS system. Similarly. Its remarkable operational performance were carried out. the remaining work as per study shall be conducted by mobilizing the internal & external resources. repair and maintenance of desanders. prestart conditions. Civil.38% as compared with last installation of new spare turbine guide bearing year. Maintenance of Bote house and primary school changing of LV breaker (400V. problem identiÀcation and solving of As part of implementation of Kali Gandaki intake gate no. along with 2. wearing rings generation of 398 GWh is located at Bhoteodar. replacement of governor’s actuator/solenoid year included overhauling of unit no. Furthermore. problem identiÀcation dam to address slope stability issue of left bank. SCADA system issues of (KGAHPPRP). fault valve set of turbine of unit no. of existing facing plates of all three diversion repair and maintenance of all three spillway radial dam radial gate.1. thereby generating 454. and solving of Startup sequence of the Unit No. commissioning bucket & bathymetric survey and eco sound survey of digital inclinometers along the u/s of diversion of the reservoir. etc. slot and civil works like repair and maintenance dewatering and inspection of downstream roller of access road. etc. dry and wet tests. USA on 23rd April 2015. desander basin. Since the loan from World Bank has already closed on 30 June 2017. facing plates. Electromechanical Works and SCADA display and operation of 132kV controller Capacity Building have been signed between Nepal Electricity Authority and MWH International Inc. 1. if any. wicket gates. assembling of the repaired & HVOF coated 2008 and has consistently performed well wicket gate and repaired upper stem bearings. runner. It was commissioned in runner. balancing pipes. 1250A ACB) for Bus- were also completed this year.

It generated 73. Kulekhani-I Hydropower Station Aabookhaireni.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 and integration of MMHPS to LMHPS double 6 numbers of staff buildings damaged by the circuit 132kV line in SCADA were addressed. 240Ah maintenance free battery bank of switchgear and protection system at dam site. of the same year. This year it generated 465. In addition.24m respectively measured from mean sea level. dry season and also for restoring Power in INPS at Works like maintenance of radial gate no.40 GWh of extraction of debris from weir site under sluice energy in this Àscal year which is 2. testing & commissioning of 110 V. changing of toothed lath completed in this Àscal year. installation. updates in staff colony and a new VIP guest house were the HMI and programs. testing and commissioning of VRLA battery banks of various capacities for telemetry system at dam site. replacement of faulty drives. of 132 KV GIS bus inside GIS sub-station is still ongoing. Marsyangdi Hydropower Station Marsyangdi Hydropower Station is located at 4. construction of cantilever Slip Ring of generator being RCC wall at intake access road for landslide dismantled as seen from ground level 28 Nepal Electricity Authority . 4 & 5. The plant is very critical for INPS Upgradation of communication system of power for meeting peak load demand especially during house. 355 Ah maintenance free Ni-Cd Pocket Plate battery & 110 V 325 A DC online duel Áoat cum boost battery charger at power house. earthquake was completed as well as construction Works like auto operation of trash rack cleaning of 4 new staff buildings. replacement of isolators of all the 3 units. 3. Major works this year consists of repair/maintenance of local control panel of butterÁy valve at valve house.5 GWh. Debris removal work at Sera and Palung check dam. Tanahun in the central region with Kulekhani-I Hydropower Station. Deurali and control house. the time of Black out. weir and colony was completed this year. are in progress. Makwanpur at about 30 km southwest generation of 462. replacement of 110V. Major works carried Power plant is designed to generate 165 GWh as out this year are overhauling works of unit no. new boundary wall at machine. located at installed capacity of 69 MW and annual design Dhorsing. This Hydro previous year's generation.67 m and 1500.2. an increment of 5.34% compared to annual design generation of 211 GWh. 2.87% greater canal and maintenance works at Dhakaltar road than annual generation of previous Àscal year. & transformer protection system of all three Àrst unit was commissioned in 14th May 1982 units. Extension etc. upgradation of generator protection system The construction of this plant was started in 1977. is the only seasonal storage type in 1989 AD. Maintenance of maximum and minimum water level recorded this year is 1523. installation. It was commissioned of Kathmandu.31 GWh plant in Nepal with installed capacity of 60 MW and of energy. construction of new gabion check dams at upstream of Chakhel and Sim Intake were also carried out. and the Project was completed in 4th December replacement of generator cooler of unit no. primary energy and 46 GWh as Secondary energy. Moreover. The were also conducted this year.

its 6.8 GWh of electricity this year which is 4. replacement of limit and maintenance work for proper alignments/ switches of inlet valve. This plant is located at Bhainse VDC of Makawanpur district and was commissioned in 1986 AD. Morang in the XLPE power cable -4 km.6 GWh. major works control was also conducted. installation of CC camera in Mandu intake 35 MVA Power Transformer of both units. replacement of damaged non.83% greater than previous year’s generation. is located at Bansbari. replacement of LV side adjustment and greasing of penstock pipeline's bushing connection pad of main transformer. Furthermore. Similarly. GENERATION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Turbine Floor generated 37. Kulekhani-II Hydropower Station Kulekhani II hydropower plant is a cascade power station of Kulekhani I hydropower plant with diversion of Mandu river and water lift system from Rapti river having 32MW installed capacity and annual design generation of 104. mm. repair and seat ring control valve. repair for water level monitoring. water intake from Mandu and Rapti pumping also boost the generation of this hydropower station. some major carried out this year includes replacement of total works conducted this year includes installation four layers of Àlter material (gravel) at Mandu of ÀreÀghting system for the protection of the dam. This plant Engine Hall Nepal Electricity Authority 29 . termination kits will be conducted in the next Àscal year. In addition to the cascade from Kulekhani-I. maintenance of intake gate foundation. Access Tunnel of Kulekhani Powerhouse Besides regular maintenance works. Multi-Fuel Power Plant alignment and operating shaft at simkhola dam site. installation. with an installed capacity commissioning of single core 240 sq. laying. repair and maintenance of drain water pump and returning (lubricating) grease valve. 66 kV of 39 MW. testing and Multifuel Power Plant. rocker arms. 5.

deep well pump and motor. 140 million with its initial installed capacity of 21 MW having 7 units of 3 MW each. is of 21 MW. generating 26. lube oil/fuel oil Trishuli Hydropower Station is constructed on the separator unit. oil (FO) as a source of energy. It has always strived to uphold economy.75% increase as compared to diesel power plants with individual installed previous year. Major overhauling of engines of all the following sections provide a concise description of six units were concluded in 2013. The annual design generation is 163 responsible for the operation and maintenance GWh where as its actual generation of this year is of twelve (12) hydropower stations and one (1) 125.061GWh. This year the the power stations and highlight major activities plant was operated in the month of Chaitra for carried out under this department during the the peak power supply during SEE examinations Àscal year. this year. Out of total Modikhola & Ilam Puwakhola hydropower stations installed capacity of 39 MW.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 eastern industrial corridor of Nepal.C.08% of target generation this year. Cumulative generation from its Àrst capacity below 30MW and owned by NEA with run is 5. an objective to maximize energy generation by The major activities accomplished this Àscal year optimally utilizing generation resources while 2016/17 were repair of butterÁy and by pass undertaking rehabilitation. plate heat exchanger unit.5 MVA from Leroy Somer France The refurbishment of Panauti and Chatara and four units each 8.C works were performed. hydropower stations are on the progress. The installed capacity of 12 hydropower stations and 1 diesel power plant with installed capacity below 30 MW is 108.5 MW and one unit 3 MW. It was later MEDIUM GENERATION OPERATION AND rehabilitated in 1995 AD and upgraded to 24 MW MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT with 6 units each 3.5. maintenance of ofÀce compound wall. The France. periodic overhauling and maintenance of generating facilities. a 0.7 MW. The rehabilitation projects additional 13 MW capacity was put into service ongoing under this department is Sundarijal with in Àscal year 1997/98 making it the largest loan assistance from the Asian Development thermal power plant in Nepal. The Trishuli Hydro Power Station 30 Nepal Electricity Authority . Major work 1. It was commissioned in 1967 AD in assistance patrolling of 33 KV transmission line & quarter with the Government of India at a cost of INR road P.144 MVA from Alsthom.66 MWh of power.22 MWh which is 6. operational efÀciency and an acceptable level of reliability in its drive for improvement. Also banks of Trishuli River at Trishuli Bazar.97 GWh. Nuwakot.98% of excess energy as compared to that of past year and have achieved about 95. The actual generation from the hydropower generating stations under this department on FY 2016/17 is 414. Trishuli Hydropower Station this year include repair and maintenance of unit no. It is Medium Generation Operation and Maintenance a peaking run-of-river plant with peaking capacity Department (MGO&MD). There are two units each 7. headed by a Director. 26 MW capacity have achieved a maximum generation from their was put into service in Àscal year 1990/91 and Àrst run this year. It consists of 6 Bank (ADB) under Energy Access and EfÀciency (Six) Wartsila Diesel engines which use furnace Improvement Project (EAEIP).

MIV of unit no 1 and 2 (currently not in satisfactory condition) shall be repaired and put into operation in next year by devising similar method used for unit 3. Preparation for overhauling of runners 2. of trash.61 GWh. carried out. Gandak Hydropower Station Devighat. installation of excitation Àeld breaker in unit no -6 moreover major maintenance works completed was carried out. Repair and maintenance of butterÁy and bypass valve of unit no 4 and 7 were also done this year. It is located at 3. New Line relay and control Panel was installed for Devighat Hydro Power Station 66kV Trishuli-Balaju transmission line. desander to earthquake in expansion joints (only some capacity has proven to be insufÀcient during wet portions) of the concrete structures of ground season. Repair and maintenance of Unit no 7 Excitation System and Currently. after upgrading of Trishuli Hydro power plant of school building. repair of water leakage due due to increase of discharge capacity. India. Repair of spillway slab at desander and removing maintenance of bypass valve of unit No. which will be carried by suitable experts in next Àscal year. low generation of this year is 97. As Trishuli River carries large quantity of side of open canals. breaker maintenance by replacing new link pin Instrumentation. is now in satisfactory operation after repair. Boundary Wall construction works repair of Samari khola syphon. control and monitoring system of operating mechanism.1 MW and annual design generation of 114 GWh. New overhead crane was installed at head gate. This Canal with maximum discharge renovation.000 cusec advances further for irrigation in 2010/2011. Improved operational performance head Plant located in Western Canal at Surajpura. head high discharge Kaplan Turbo-Generators of Nepal Electricity Authority 31 . repair and construction silt. modernization and upgrading (RMU) of 12. Devighat Hydro Power Station is on the process and is being planned to be Devighat Hydropower Plant is a cascade implemented by utilizing the shutdown period of development of Trishuli Hydropower Plant with Trishuli HPS during F/Y 2017/18. Engineering Directorate is involved Áoor of power house. Governor needs major upgrading for which preparation and SCADA system need repair and maintenance works are being carried out. installed capacity of 14. GENERATION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 valve of Unit no 3. fencing works on the Àscal year. Parallel bearing oil cooler was installed in Unit no 7. which was not working properly for years. The plant has three improved and upgraded to 15MW and the actual horizontal mounted tubular bulb turbines. gabion protection around NEA owned territory were also done in this works in the Samari khola. all 3 units are operating satisfactorily. Nuwakot and was commissioned in Gandak Hydro Power plant is a canal drop low 1984 AD. repair of quarter building for detail engineering and design of Trishuli damaged during earthquake and 66kV SF6 Desander upgrading and balancing reservoir. The capacity of the units was in Uttar Pradesh. in Àscal year 2016/17 include motorization works of Áushing gate instead of manual operation. Furthermore. is observed after successful completion of Nawalparasi. NEA. 1. sand from B0 Reservoir trash rack were maintenance of dewatering & drainage pump.

87 out this year include rehabilitation works on GWh this year.8 MW and annual design generation of 92. condition monitoring tests done on switchyard and power house equipment and that in mechanical section are overhauling of unit no 1. construction of new of irrigation canal maintenance which is about 4 cantilever R. which is 34. Transformer replacement of synchronizing breaker of unit no 1 and 2.61% more than that damsite. extension of of completion.38 GWh.synchronization and bypass canal of the pondage at intake. 1 32 Nepal Electricity Authority . Similarly civil works carried The actual generation from this plant is 21. retaining wall. It was design and inadequate sediment handling commissioned in 1979 AD in assistance with the facilities as the Modikhola brings high content Government of India and Government of Nepal of abrasive sediments.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 5 MW each with aggregate capacity of 15 MW and during rainy season reportedly due to sub-optimal annual design generation of 106. replacement months each year. of this Àscal year is 69. 3 Turbine Cover Opening. repair of diversion weir. It was commissioned in 2000 AD. replacement Unit No. repair and maintenance of foundation on are in operation but the generation is disrupted protection wall of the tailrace and construction of occasionally due to non.78 percent more than previous year's generation.C. repair of butterÁy valve and replacement of its seal in unit no 1. 170 million. 4. construction of sentry post for security of previous Àscal year. The rehabilitation of Intake (procurement & installation The rehabilitation works in Modi Khola Hydropower of TRCM & gantry crane) of plant jointly Ànanced Station consists of demolition of upstream by ADB and GON under EAEIP is under Ànal stage boulders. Modikhola Hydropower Station Modikhola Hydropower Station with installed capacity of 14. Major maintenance works carried this year in electrical section include replacement of 132 kV SF6 circuit breaker on 132/33 kV. Operation of this Plant has been adversely affected especially Overhauling of Unit no. 2 and 3 army.5 GWh is located at Dimuwa.55 GWh which is 10. trip because of low voltage from Indian grid. of pressure pipes of inlet gates butterÁy valves for unit no 1 and 2. replacement of trash rack Indian irrigation authority to minimize the duration panels with more height. A substantial progress has been achieved in last FY in the report which helped to maintain the voltage level of supply and increase import from India which become instrumental to reduce load shedding in that area. The actual generation with the total cost of NRs.C. The plant is coordinating with downstream apron. Currently unit no. Parbat. replacing of Francis runner of unit no 1. repair and maintenance of 100 kVA generator of power house. replacement of 132 kV lightening arrester on 132 kV substation.

The cost of the project was incorporation of a bye-pass steel pipe system approximately NRs.) trapped inside runner blades through completion stage. removal of debris (logs. Major electrical works including result is seen after completion of rehabilitation installation of new C&R Panel with energy meter work of civil and hydro mechanical structures for 6 MVA Power Transformer.35 MW each and was Sunkoshi HPS. Ilam and was commissioned overhauling of unit no. replacement of at headwork. repair & maintenance of radial million. voltage km east from Kathmandu. lighting arrestors and generator unit district. The construction of civil debris removal works. The total estimate budget of civil and arm & radial gate of barrage gate no. Positive earthquake. monitoring test of major electrical equipment: located on the upper reach of Sunkoshi River 81 power transformers. This river training works with Gabion to protect store of station has 3 units of 3. carried out this year include unit no 2 & 3 complete mechanical) has been estimated to NRs.C.05 MW Sunkoshi Hydropower station. current transformers. with an annual design generation of 70 GWh.69 overhauling.5. 16. Kathmandu. debris removal works at Dam site’s commissioned with an assistance from People's upstream and downstream area.C. and construction Republic of China and Government of Nepal. 2 Nepal Electricity Authority 33 . repair and modiÀcation of hydro-mechanical parts in headworks area. concrete bed and control building construction works is ongoing as old gate is remaining.4 million including 66 kV on the right bank of the regulating pondage single circuit transmission line up to Kathmandu. The revised to that of previous Àscal year. Staffs quarter steel pipeline with R. replacement with new generator protection relay.2 MW and annual design generation of 48 GWh. in January 1972. in Sindhupalchowk transformers. 109. Nepal. with control gate. It is located Repairing of runner during at Golakharka. Ilam (Puwakhola) Hydropower Station Puwa Khola Hydropower Station is a run of river type of plant with an installed capacity of 6. The The actual generation of this Àscal year is 46. energy efÀciency and availability of the plant. of cofferdam at Tauthali khola to withdraw water during Magh to Jestha for power generation are of major signiÀcance. in civil works. and hydro-mechanical works is nearly to the tyres etc. repair & hydro-mechanical works is 180 Million without maintenance of heavy equipment at dam site for VAT and Contingencies. which is an increase of 28. The rehabilitation works are quarter buildings were demolished by last year’s expected to be completed by 2017/18. GENERATION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 of cover slabs of de-silting basin silt drain. by means of Ànancial support from Government of Nepal. replacement of damaged distribution transformer 5. Baneshwor. 6.33% as compared V. Similarly. is a run-of-river daily pondage power plant 1 has been carried out. only about 24 m of by-pass penstock manhole of unit no 1. Rehabilitation works has been planned for the power plant in this Àscal year with an aim to increase energy generation.19 contract is awarded to M/S Lumbini/Prakritik J GWh. SigniÀcant works contract cost of the above works (civil and hydro. Sunkoshi Hydropower Station with new one for internal supply and condition The 10. The generation record has been damaged generator protection relay of unit 3 exceeded than targeted value in last three year with overcurrent protection relay and then Ànal after modiÀcation works.

turbine shaft. replacement of 1250 Ampere VCB of the works are being continued in this Àscal year. in 1996 AD with the assistance from Government of India at a cost of NRs. 35 km east of Kathmandu. 2.7 million. the plant is in shutdown condition Major works carried out this year in electrome. It was commissioned no. replacement The governor. bushes. for ofÀce. exceeding the last Àscal year's generation by Kaplan runner 7. Sunsari completion of overhauling of unit no.2 MW and annual plans are to start for complete overhauling of unit design generation of 6 GWh. generation of 34. being OEM of the plant and control room.1 MW each and has generated 36. chanical section include replacement of broken/ for which a contract agreement for the renovation cracked pipeline and valves of hydro-mechanical & modernisation of unit no. Panauti Hydropower Station which was originally designed to be a captive plant Panauti Hydropower Station built in 1965 with for powering drazer pumps to Áush sediments the assistance of the then USSR. It has two identical pelton turbines of 3. panauti.6 million. is located at from the Canal was later handed over to NEA by khopasi. surpassing its previous best March. The plant 8. Presently. panel seals. quarter and power house. excitation panel and synchronizing of rotating diodes of the excitation system. 1999. a canal drop type be completed by this Àscal year (2017/18).414 GWh of energy this year. instrumentations of unit Similarly major maintenance works in civil section no. 1. since last year due to problems in turbine parts. 2 has been done system.2 will be replaced by new ones after being are maintenance of quarters at ofÀce premises delivered to CHPS site by Andritz Hydro Pvt. Ltd.64 GWh of 2005/06.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Ilam Puwakhola Hydro Power Station in 1999 AD jointly by the Government of Nepal and NEA at a cost of USD 15. future with an installed capacity of 3. After power station. The unit will 7.63% thereby generating its maximum energy in Sunsari Morang Irrigation Project (SMIP) on 29 a Àscal year till date. 162. Chatara Hydropower Station be running after complete overhauling targeted to Chatara Hydropower Station. and maintenance of drinking water supply system All the dismantled Turbine parts like runner. is located at Chatara. pinion shaft have been repaired in workshop and delivered to CHPS site. replacement of 33 kV Protection Panel at with Andritz Hydro. main Breaker at high Voltage Room. The 34 Nepal Electricity Authority .

This year Installation. Excitation. construction of weir section of head works which was damaged 9. relocating desander basin with installed capacity of 1. Repair and maintenance include maintenance of governor and high of Canal.0 MW are in running condition.721 m long with discharge of 3.045 GWh SCADA System were completed. The Project was designed for operation of only two units at a time with third unit as a standby. overhauling of unit no. It is located at Nadipur. monitoring & protection transformer no. severely damaging the turbine generator male/female coupling were headworks. Pokhara. This power plant is under Jaubari. It is built at the end Nepal Electricity Authority 35 . Inspection of generator stator. This plant can generate in full Fewa Hydropower Station is a canal drop type capacity almost all days of the year and all 3 units power station with an installed capacity of 1. repair of governor air oil damaged building. It consists of 3 units of deposition of debris. repair & with decrease of 26. In civil works.8 GWh. 2. 3 Works including Governor. removal of huge generation of 9. Unit-2 & Unit-3 Electro-Mechanical Overhauling of Unit No. Fewa Hydropower Station availability of units. Wall.5 MW and design Áushing gate to original position.2 cu. panel of unit no.97 GWh. HMI & of this station for the F. 3. temporary diversion works at Seti Hydropower Station is a run of river plant intake of headworks. in replacement of Unit-1 turbine system & Unit-2 Seti River in July last year. rewinding of step-up & SCADA based control. and Commissioning for Unit-1. m/s from headwork to reservoir has seven (7) outlet gates for irrigation in the vicinity of Khopasi and also for drinking purposes as well. GENERATION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 scheme was an installed capacity of 2. 11kV new governor control system including MIV. The ongoing from the People’s Republic of China. 3.84% due to a heavy Áood. Intake of the canal is digital governor and SCADA embedded control regulated primarily for irrigation by Department panel will be initiated in FY 2017/18. rewinding of magnetic ampliÀer systems and brushless excitation systems for and phase compound transformer of excitation which the contractor is doing the works. Power canal modiÀcation and renovation works of control of this Plant serves both objectives of irrigation system and replacement of existing governor with and energy generation.4 MW and annual design generation of 6. Repair and Maintenance of ofÀce pressure oil system. Construction of Boundary pressure in unit no. logs and silt during Áood at 500kW each. accomplished. Other works include Repair & Replacement of Synchronizing Check Relay for The maintenance works carried out this year Synchronizing System. Pokhara and power cannel and protection works in old buildings was put into operation in 1985 AD with assistance and civil structures were carried out. The annual generation of this Àscal year was 2.Y 2016/17 is 8. The annual generation and located at Pardi. PLC VCB maintenance work. of Irrigation and hence. Power canal of 3. Construction of Power House SCADA repair of big desander gate and stoplog gate at System Control Room. normal operation of the Plant sometimes gets affected regardless of 10. Also. 2. rotor and rehabilitation with procurement & installation of checking of insulation and protective gear. Seti Hydropower Station by Áood last year.6 GWh.

Major maintenance works carried out in this year for the plant are repair and maintenance of main inlet valve. Generation from the station was 1. hydropower plant from 640 kW to 970kW . NEA intends Sundarijal Hydropower Station is located at to apply a portion of the proceeds of this loan Sundarijal. high pressure oil system. Sundarijal Hydropower Station and Supply Improvement Project. Nepal Electricity Authorityhas received loan and maintenance of approximately 300 m power (Loan Number 2808-NEP. 15 km northeast of Kathmandu and for Rehabilitation and upgrading of Sundarijal serves twin purpose of water supply and energy. Installation of trash rack at intake of forebay. construction of cover slabs for Nagmati canal. replacement of Air Circuit Breaker (ACB) of unit no 1. whereby the main equipments were supplied by The English Electric Company Ltd. Grants 0270-NEP and canal. drain valve and cooling system maintenance. It was of 640 kW & annual generation 4. This commissioned in 1969 AD with assistance from Plant was erected under Colombo Plan scheme the Government of India. replacement of 11kV lightning arrester . three units are in operation while unit no.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 of the canal for which the water comes from end The tailwater discharge is utilized for water of the Fewa lake at a portion called Damsite in supply system to Kathmandu Valley. GON and repair and maintenance of forebay gate. The actual generation from this plant in this year is 4. The 36 Nepal Electricity Authority . being second old hydroplant constructed in Nepal. excitation system. It has two Pokhara. The rehabilitation of this power station is underway Furthermore. painting works at roof and exterior wall of powerhouse. 1. England. towards the cost of Power EfÀciency Improvement as part of Electricity Transmission Expansion 11. civil maintenance works regarding under the joint assistance from ADB.49 GWh. It was commissioned in 1934 AD. complete wiring change of unit no 1 and 2. Similarly. repair and maintenance of draft tube of unit no. repair and maintenance of generator of unit no 1.47 GWh in Àscal year 2016/17. cleaning of balancing reservoir.drop out fuses Sundarijal Hydropower Station and 200-400 A load disconnecting switches. repair NEA.. Presently. repair and maintenance of power house as 0271-NEP) from Asian Development Bank (ADB) well as tail race were carried out. Some of the works completed in this Àscal year include maintenance of governor. construction of single storey new staff quarter & construction of colony compound wall Fewa Hydropower Station are in progress.5 GWh. It consists of 4 units each 250kW with turbogenerator sets with total installed capacity an annual design generation of 6.77 GWh. 4 is not in operation due to problem in generator-turbine coupling.

86 near quarter buildings.S. septic tank 2018. was commissioned in 1980 in assistance 12. GENERATION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 proposed rehabilitation works largely consists 1911 (B. This Plant is in station in Nepal. second phase with four engine sets of GEC Diesel Ltd. which upholds the legacy of standby condition and operates in an emergency hydropower development in Nepal for more than when there will be severe power shortage. The design part of an aggregate installed capacity of 500 kW. Soaring a century.56 13. nearly 12 km south from implementation support for Part C: Rehabilitation the city. It is located in Pharping in intermittent assignment for design and of Kathmandu district. As individual international consultancy has been the water from the penstock has been diverted completed. project is scheduled to be completed by July. awarded on April 2017 based on the inception the plant is not being operated for generation report of the consultant. In this year construction of new roof work has been approved. There are two units each 250 kW with of Small Hydropower Plants. It was erected of electromechanical rehabilitation and the with a grant from British Government at a cost recruitment of international individual consultant of NRs. Pharping Hydropower Station with British Government. It was inaugurated by the late king fuel prices severely restricts its operation. false ceilings installation MUSD including taxes and duties. construction of retaining walls. construction of toilets. was commissioned in 1963 and the 83 years old. repair of drains. Ltd. The building in forebay. Pharping Hydropower Station Engine Hall Nepal Electricity Authority 37 . implementation out of which ADB loan is 2.3 MUSD and GON/NEA counterpart funding is 2. 1968. Out of Prithivi Bir Bikram Shah Dev on Monday. Makawanpur This Project is a part of an effort of Nepal and acts as a backup to hydropower plants. physical and and other minor repairs in quarter building has price contingencies and interest charged during been carried out.41 MW is located at Hetauda. The execution of the nowadays though it has been placed in standby project is going on most of the design drawings mode to operate occasionally and to demonstrate of electromechanical equipments and electrical to the visitors. 9th Jestha). The contract in EPC model has been to drinking water supply to Kathmandu by KUKL. 0. 22 May. The Electricity Authority to renovate and modernize Àrst phase with three engine sets of English Electric aged hydropower plants as this plant has become Co. Hetauda Diesel Power Plant with installed capacity of 14. Hetauda Diesel Power Plant MUSD.713 Million. The project is estimated to cost 4. most of the civil works truss & installation of CGI sheets for the chamber of Nagmati headwork has been completed. It adds to generation Pharping Hydropower Station is the Àrst power mix providing operational Áexibility.

the peaking of the plant. TSD reviewed the retroÀtting works of construction projects and existing power plants as Headworks Barrage. Intake and Control room required by the respective Projects. 5. in six hydroelectric plant. headed by Director. repair & maintenance of oil reservoir intake and crossing over the intake circuit breaker in 11kV busbar . The major works basin. Deputy Managing prepared by the Consultant. intake.5&6. TSD has formed a study committee involving reservoir. 3 only. however. 6. As per the The Project Development Department has recommendation of the Committee's report. reservoir. A Contract Agreement was made between works is very costly. 38 Nepal Electricity Authority . all of them are in survey and sediment sampling of Trishuli operable condition. now it is not mechanical and civil for identifying problems possible due to sediment/debris deposition. provides expert advice for the under. by-pass canal for uninterrupted generation during the cleaning of the balancing reservoir TECHNICAL SUPPORT DEPARTMENT (TSD) is foreseen which will be parallel to the by-pass canal for diverting the Áow of kholas. the retroÀtting between the Technical Support Department works shall include repairing of cracks in and Projects or Operation and Maintenance columns and beams. 2. process of Ànalization. Generation Directorate. II due to decrease in generation. Kulekhani I and below the design annual generation. Other regular & which Ànally to be discharged at the location routine maintenance works for the diesel engine downstream of B0 Áushing outlet. The present annual generation is about 25% Devighat. It is also carrying out hydrological Àscal year. the system should Technical Support Department and Project consist of similar size plant in order to carry Development Department (PDD) of Engineering out maintenance works in dam. forebay and tailrace of the carried out this year are replacement of rotor powerhouse. coordinates recommendation of the TSD. namely. Replacement of outlet casing of engine is being discharge to the reservoir bringing no. and. As per the Director. repair and maintenance of cooling towers lots of debris) toward the downstream of the of engine no 2 & 3. intake and Directorate to carry out rehabilitation study of reservoir by lowering the water level. Technical Support Department. As the underwater maintenance 1. Trishuli. overhauling works and balancing reservoir and desanding/channel rehabilitation study will be carried out in this area. Operation structure of Sunkosi Hydroelectric Project and Maintenance Department. Another has been carried out. The actual generation from River at headworks. carried out the topographical survey of the major maintenance. A conceptual design is in the shaft assembly of turbocharger of engine no. pass canal to divert the Áow of Kholas (which 4. Modi. desanding this plant of this FY is 0.33 GWh.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 7 units installed in the plant. The underwater maintenance of In the FY 2073/74. The balancing reservoir was used for various experts in the Àeld of electrical. aged electro-mechanical equipments. TSD has carried out following Spillway Gate sill beam of the Kali Gandaki services: A Hydropower Station was also reviewed and Rehabilitation Study of Trishuli Hydropower Station recommended to carry out the works for Gate No. jacketing of columns Department. Gandak. which foresees a by- replacement of Four Entry Casing of Engine no. Trishuli Hydropower Station mainly to solve the problem of sediment deposition in the balancing 3. with shear walls for Barrage and the Intake structures.

40 46.556.43 180.128.90 .117.60 69.137.053.570.143.906.00 4.25 27.414.469.708.00 286.750.90 10.00 918.75 1.881.00 6.48 168.32 447.851.932.75 7.30 1.015.00 3.80 4.838.253.031 0.118.230.80 5.55 446.339.109.70 9. .25 32.34 159.70 24.00 20.891.00 91.48 3.46 .14 134.35 134.70 8 Modi 4.00 9.836.668.489.167 0.20 217.68 59. Nepal Electricity Authority Generation Operation and Maintenance Actual Generation for the FY 2073/74 (FY 2016/17) Unit: MWh Power S.40 11.00 37. .96 10 Sunkoshi 8.946.653.232.827.69 16 Sundarijal 429.98 8.40 7 Gandak 954.13 47.950.31 167.00 90. .60 21.169.04 0.30 10.034.00 10.53 214.50 3.99 8.39 114.19 958.70 3.686.70 3.02 144.87 38.78 Note: Provisional Àgures subjected to Ànal audit 39 FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 .20 5.46 229.23 4.376.20 3.95 909.550.297.65 159.285.402.88 2.82 488.14 18 Multifuel .73 17 Pharping .65 6. .81 915.20 5.609.82 312.40 683. .476.812.20 4.523. .88 228.26 235.90 928.265.64 Nepal Electricity Authority Grand Total 191.40 152. Shrawan Bhadra Ashwin Kartik Mangsir Poush Magh Falgun Chaitra Baishakh Jestha Ashad Total Stations/Month 1 Kaligandaki 'A' 60.35 156.32 438.035 0.527.474.90 4.503.601.60 3.831.94 324.25 256.79 8.00 428.40 4.206.809.518.90 2.13 27.00 6.268.21 118.50 11.642.37 454.505.49 1.110.03 8.695.80 1.93 8.50 10.50 43.30 8. .27 86.022.46 130.190.044.70 6.50 8.98 Total (Thermal) 7.82 73.00 80.10 46.00 44.29 37.23 7.063 0.80 9.10 8.028.20 4.12 442.022.40 125.08 405.66 253.99 291.457.88 44. .24 12 Chatara .234.00 7.571.664.869.666.20 5.60 2.587. - 13 Panauti 188.61 4.98 222.287.75 222.66 .478.N.29 33.465.631.66 326.81 36.33 239.48 352.226.70 6. .21 224.154.017.88 Total (Hydro) 191.122.772.36 2.73 5.13 6 Trishuli 10.121.262.630.63 33.960.96 178.490.556.269.10 34. .467.370.00 42.60 465.48 325.00 73.128 0.65 2.086. .38 97.73 5.60 11.20 2.00 842.170.38 47.607.50 9.651.00 39.66 297.449. .684.17 8.38 1.00 256. .535.031.79 8.00 96.52 156. .40 9 Devighat 8.760.40 3.877.74 49.90 3.112.60 11.844.00 5 Kulekhani II 1.70 11 Puwa 4.86 15 Fewa 122.40 3.33 456. .48 8.008.00 13.872.11 0.00 53.75 7.00 13.87 21.00 6.66 GENERATION DIRECTORATE 19 Hetauda Diesel 7.795.055 0.289.52 6.112.603.13 81.70 3.279. .627.90 46.10 6.00 10.17 8.00 88.61 235.856.138.862. .23 7.492.24 4.00 Mid- 2 48.141.31 566.00 22.23 7.14 0.497.794.00 51.11 221.92 3.65 6.927.72 260. .728.305.491.06 0.345.12 618.36 8.77 7.08 8.77 7.25 178.287.409.225.149.408.643.33 14 Seti 881.252.331.367.00 89.00 566.78 229.10 4.969.743. 1.990.87 202.00 6. 26.344.081.10 1.848.25 756.188.30 30.61 791.023.334.253.24 2.283.663. 0.153.10 45.004.239.455.876.55 397.68 59.950.17 1.789.80 31.234.481. 162.74 7.62 101.275.90 47.50 4 Kulekhani I 3. .80 5. .86 221.57 447.08 202.36 773.48 172.75 49.846.80 7.614.48 224. .00 14.524. 26.56 1.00 6.624.10 729.22 130.10 4.50 2.261.62 Marsyangdi 3 Marsyandi 46.579.60 79.387.474.961.80 2.876.31 194.00 60.604.322.07 0.00 723.

40 125.00 97.07 325. .98 68 4 Kulekhani-I 60.876. .752.325.928.20 62.70 16. .86 11.07 352.052.787.98 24.412.86 1. .85 2.02 4 Total (Hydro) 469.874.219.740.020. .14 .20 69.00 67.380.70 (2043/44) 106.500.50 2 4.530.663.402.269.57 .73% 66.233.377.983.651.97 778 Note: *Provisional ¿gures subjected to ¿nal audit # Metering problem .50 3 10.67% 53.20 2 32.249.836.26 99.089.92 72 7 Gandak 15. 148.N.64% 13.318.64% 0.066.306.70 (2056/57) 114.793.70 125.50 483. Power Stations in a year till date/year Generation Suf¿ciency Capacity Units FY 2071/72 FY 2072/73 *FY 2073/74 Target (MWh) (MWh) to Grid (MWh) Factor (%) Employees (MWh) (MWh) Ratio (%) (MW) Installed 1 Kaligandaki 'A' 144.742.616.842.00 71.10 21 17 Pharping 0.28 41 10 Sunkoshi 10.20 2 53.00 3 472.75 (2063/64) 6. .81 10. .940.431.00 2 457.233.28 33.969.305.356.82 99.64 2 4.48 42 6 Trishuli 24. # 16.76 122 2 Middle Marsyangdi 70.74 8.955.01 17 19 Hetauda Diesel 14.19 (2067/68) 9.00 249.994.95 4.28% 59.60 .32 .80 2 58.05 35 12 Chatara 3.000. 5.000.030.188.000.96 106.524.43 98.00 21.49 2.511.00 43.114.224.353.66 52. .50 14.87 337.081.00 10.77 1.49 97.014.00 55.603. 0.655.763.852.352.140.00 842.277.63 105.41 13 1.600.40 Nepal Electricity Authority Generation Operation and Maintenance Generation Related Statistics and Performance Factors for the FY 2073/74 (FY 2016/017) A YEAR IN REVIEW Actual Generation (MWh) Total Total Maximum Generation Design Self Installed No.624.188.40 74.64 .05 3 23.00 750.530.00 (2056/57) 104.632.467.75 (2053/54) 163.00 7 124.54 122. .654.800.47 49 11 Ilam (Puwa Khola) 6.22 34 15 Fewa 1.190.02 137.044.00 4.69 94.62 457.438.88 48.770.581.587.26 24 Total (Thermal) 53.149.06% 55.87 99. .00 23.378.00 2.499. .521.872.757.47 (2034/35) 6.02 586. 311.47 3.31 94.556.32 279.000.00 4 2.41 19.000.203.982.64 737 18 Multifuel 39.558.53% 0.981.74 1.00 892.735.00 432.20 46. .433.254.83 98.08 41 Grand Total 522.287.69 3.754.215.20 99.373.506.46 1.50 441. 148. of S.225.00 105.39 428.500.00 2 44.795.80 (2058/59) 6.00 3 97. 2.25 .055.93 0.646.40 69.77 95.749.78 .293. .996.45% 16.79 2.423.414.122.68 3.000.00 (2056/57) 211.61 .97 75 5 Kulekhani-II 32.14 88.000.51 36.287.66 86.00 461.60 3.970.89 232. 4.00 6 .06% 49.14 66 Nepal Electricity Authority FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 3 Marsyandi 69.675.63 36.40 154.70% 74.00 2.000.646.75 16 Sundarijal 0.378.00 3.00 (2071/72) 842.80% 52.51 36.00 2.609.26 (2071/72) 4.30 99.09 435.214.383. .70 66.254.35 37.831.905.32 99.00 3 1. of Generation Backfeed Transmission Plant Current No.556.10 35.64 (2055/56) .70 61 2.24 (2073/74) 48. # 61.40 (2073/74) 92.272.325.41 4+3 1.020.00 73.40 3 1.50 41.759.07 (2055/56) .26 4.73 4. 2.33 4.93 99. . 26.82% 76.258.29 48 2.87 25.96 674.65 31 8 Modi Khola 14.664.27 67.736.83% 80.86 1. .54 122.40 40.375.60 465.13 122.83% 67.29% 74.00 135. .500.85 172.264.00 874.00 929.00% 13.286.475.122.38 2.09 (2071/72) 398.40 98.25% 0.680.32 117.223.98 53.00 37.310.00 3 929.00 835.483.10 (2068/69) 70.70 52.76 454.10 98. # 12.490.03 2.20 (2052/53) 462.00 2.025.00 98.02 .28 105.369.955.318. 22 13 Panauti 2.778.24 36.38 21 14 Seti 1.00 2 90.919.65 34 9 Devighat 15.00 104.414.65(2064/65) .776.59 2.98 184.983.

and Kusum-Hapure 132kV Transmission Line Construction of this project completed on February project are completed which contributed in Nepal Electricity Authority 41 . NEA and IPP owned power plants and undertakes reinforcement of the existing transmission system. implementation and operation of power from India to decrease load shedding in high voltage transmission system. Transmission System Master Plan has been Hetauda-Kulekhani II-Siuchatar 132kV 2nd circuit developed for upto 2035 & NEA intends to develop stringing project is completed on August 2016 river basin wise transmission system as a long which has increased power evacuation capacity term strategy for power development of Nepal. Upper Marsyangdi-A. Bhulbhule-Middle Marsyangdi 132kV order to develop a strong east-west Transmission Transmission Line is completed on August 2016 Network the Hetauda-Dhalkebar-Inaruwa 400kV for 50MW power evacuation generated from transmission line is under construction. In Besides. Implementation of “Rastriya Urja Sankat Nibaran Chapali 132/66/11kV Substation Expansion tatha Bidhut Bikash Dasak 2072” and as directed Project is completed and put into operation on by Government of Nepal (GoN) to improve Power June 2017 for strengthening of power supply to Sector following projects has been completed northern part of the Kathmandu Valley. Khimti-Dhalkebar 220kV Transmission Line Nepal's Àrst-ever 400kV Nepal-India cross-border single circuit has been completed on January transmission link is completed with the leading 2017 and charged into 132kV voltage level which involvement of this business group. Kusaha-Kataiya 132kV Transmission Line has been completed and put into operation under This business group monitors. Department. level and importing upto 145 MW of power. Grid Development the plan to increase import up to 230MW. Currently has increased national grid connectivity and this line has been charged at 132kV voltage established network reliability. Major Transmission Projects 220kV. Major Transmission Projects 400kV each headed Raxual-Parwanipur 132kV Transmission Line and by a Director. System been accelerated to implement second phase of Operation Department (SOD). within this FY: Construction of Mirchaiya 132/33kV substation Dhalkebar-Muzzafarpur 400kV Transmission line. These constructs transmission lines and substation transmission lines will be used to import 50MW facilities to evacuate power generated by both of additional power from each line. operates and grant assistance of Government of India. TRANSMISSION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 TRANSMISSION DIRECTORATE Transmission Directorate is responsible for 2016 and started importing up to 145MW of development. This business Àrst phase and construction work to upgrade group is headed by a Deputy Managing Director Dhalkebar Substation in 220kV voltage level has and has Grid Operation Department (GOD). targeted to Kathmandu Valley.

Preparation of Major Works performed in the F/Y 2073/74 are Distribution System Master Plan. then one part will be extended to New Hetauda and other part will be extended up to New Butwal Major part of the east-west 400kV Transmission through New Damauli. extension. Marsyangdi- works etc. Kathmandu Valley (Underground Cabling) under They shall also be utilized to supply the Cement Power Transmission and Distribution EfÀciency Industries of the area namely Dang Cement. The department also provides System to the west Project Management connection facilities to IPPs and bulk consumers Directorate (PMD) under ADB Ànancial assistance at different voltage levels by accomplishing is developing Upper Karnali . Naubise and in progress. The three division ofÀces in Kathmandu. This department has executed number of Transformer addition and up gradation works PMD has initiated other projects like 132kV GIS in various Substations. Enhancement Project. Grid Substation as follows: Reinforcement Projects also included under this SASEC projects. and the same time tender has been called for up gradation of Dhalkebar Substation at 400kV I. India cross The Grid Operation Department (GOD) has the boarder transmission system.Chhinchu and connection agreement as per NEA grid code. main responsibility of transmitting reliable and quality power from distant generators to various Furthermore to extend 400kV Transmission load centers. This 400kV Network will Line from Hetauda to Dhalkebar to Inaruwa be the part of the extension of Khimti-Kathmandu (285km) is under construction. reactive compensation. replacement Major Transmission Corridors like Kaligandaki works.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 supplying reliable power in the surrounding area. Upgrade 400kV Network which is under construction with Dhalkebar Substation in to 220kV is in Ànal stage the assistance of ADB. routine and breakdown maintenance works including up-gradation. New Butwal-Kohalpur-Lamki-Attariya 400kV The other major responsibility of this department Transmission System. 220kV Power Compensation and rehabilitation of power Substations at Lapsiphedi and Barhabise. GRID OPERATION DEPARTMENT voltage level to connect Muzzafarpur. Power System Expansion Project. Up-gradation. rehabilitation Corridor. Likewise from OfÀce of Millennium Challenge Phidim and Kabeli 132/33kV Substation under Nepal (MCC) under US Government Grant Kabeli Corridor 132kV Transmission Line Project Assistance has a plan to execute the Mid Hill has been completed this year and put into 400kV Transmission Line Network. Maruti Cement etc. Marsyangdi Corridor. For the work EoI has been is to look after the operation of 66kV & above published for the study and Evaluation underway substations and transmission lines along with for short listing of the Consultants. Kathmandu 220kV Transmission Line construction Hetauda & Butwal and three branch ofÀces in work has been initiated through PMD under ADB Duhabi. Pokhara & Attaria are functioning under Ànancial assistance in the name of South Asia GOD for the fulÀllment of these responsibilities: Sub-regional Economic Cooperation (SASEC). This grant operation via 33kV network as construction of will be utilized to develop 400kV Network from 132kV Damak-Kabeli Transmission Line work is Lapsiphedi to Ramate (Gallchi). Reactive Substation inside Kathmandu Valley. system equipments in the Substations are Enhancement of Distribution Network inside being carried out to meet the increasing power 42 Nepal Electricity Authority .

5MVA at Lamki S/S. Transformer to replace existing 8MVA at Yadukuwa S/S. z Installation of new 132/11kV. The existing z Installation of new 33/11kV. z Installation of new 132/33kV. 22. and Maintenance works.6MVA Transformer Bay at Kamane S/S. 63MVA Transformer to replace existing old 63MVA at z Installation of new 132/11kV.6MVA at Siuchatar S/S. 63MVA Transformer Bay at Duhabi S/S. z Installation of new 132/33kV. Transformer replacing the existing 7.5MVA Duhabi S/S.5MVA Butwal S/S. 16. 30MVA Transformer to replace existing 15MVA at z Installation of new 33/11kV. Lamki S/S. Lamahi S/S. 16.6MVA Transformer Bay at Lekhnath S/S. tion & Reinforcement works for Substation are initiated and are under progress z Installation of new 33/11kV. 16.6MVA Kohalpur S/S. Butwal S/S. TRANSMISSION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 demand and Voltage drop problem.5MVA z Shifting and Installation of 132/33kV.6MVA Transformer to replace existing 16.6MVA Transformers after being replaced are reused in Transformer to replace existing 8MVA at other Substations after necessary Overhauling Chandranigahpur S/S. Major Up gradation and Reinforcement Works Transformer Bay at Patan S/S. z Installation of new 132/33kV. z Installation of new 66/11kV. 30MVA Transformer to replace existing 30MVA at Transformer Bay at Siuchatar S/S. (GSRP I Project) z Installation of new 132/11kV. Reallocations of such z Installation of new 132/33kV.5MVA z Installation of new 33/11kV. z Installation of new 132/11kV.5MVA at Bardghat S/S. 15MVA at Matatirtha S/S. Work in progress: Following major up-grada. 22. 63MVA z Installation of new 132/11kV. 30MVA Transformer to replace existing old 30MVA at z Shifting and Installation of 66/11kV.6MVA at z Installation of new 132/33kV.6MVA at b. 7. 63MVA Transformer to replace existing old 63MVA at z Installation of new 132/11kV. 18MVA a.5MVA Pokhara S/S. Transformer replacing the existing 3. 16. Anarmani S/S. 63MVA Power Transformers are a cost effective solution Transformer to replace existing 30MVA at for load management. Transformer to replace existing 7. Various works executed by Dhalkebar S/S. 16. 22. 30MVA Transformer to replace existing old 22. 3x12.15MVA at Amlekhgunj S/S. The department has carried out and completed z Installation of new 132/66kV. z Installation of new 132/33kV. 16. Transformer Bay at Butwal S/S.5MVA at capacity. old 3x12.6MVA Transformer to replace existing 16. z Installation of new 33/11kV. z Installation of new 33/11kV.6MVA following major up-gradation and reinforcement Single Phase Transformer to replace existing works in FY 2073/74. Transformer Bay at Parwanipur S/S. Nepal Electricity Authority 43 . this department have supported to reduce forced z Installation of new 33/11kV.6MVA load shedding caused by inadequate substation Transformer to replace existing 7. 16.

25% 2 2070/71 4120153.186. 8MVA Meters from IPP) were tested. 315MVA Capacity for Solar Photo Voltaic Projects) to Transformer to replace existing 160MVA at mitigate the future load demand.594MW Capacity for Transformer Bay at Bhaktapur S/S. f.57 5275058. Lamki S/S. Mahendranagar. Dhalkebar S/S. z Routine Maintenance works were carried out as z Installation of 11kV 10MVAr Capacitor Bank per schedule for Substations and Transmission at Pathlaiya S/S.73.57% 4 2072/73 4476682.14 4.81 3889823.00% 44 Nepal Electricity Authority . Lamki. Total of 66 relays were tested on 7 Transformer replacing the existing 7. Maintenance Works z Installation of 132kV 20MVAr Capacitor Bank z Re-routing work from Tower No.17 4193004.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 z Installation of new 132/11kV.5MVA at Substations (Attaria.71 5. 30MVA z Breakdown maintenance works were carried Transformer replacing the existing 12.03 201001. 15MVA out.71 215770.10 230330.79 277868.51 3574865. Hydropower Projects and 21 IPPs for 64MW z Installation of new 220/132kV.10 198040.82% 5 2073/74 5552927. z Shifting and Installation of 132/33kV. Siuchatar—Marshyangdi 132kV Transmission z Installation of 33kV 12.5MVA Capacity (11 IPPs for 461. 22. programming and testing the Grid Connection Agreement with 32 IPPs of energy meters and by selling Grid Code and (Independent Power Producers) for 525.594MW Tender Documents. Transformer replacing the existing 3MVA at Chanauta S/S. Transmission Loss Status Comparison of Transmission Line Loss of different F/Y Total Import Total Export Transmission Line Loss Transmission Line S. at Chandranigahpur S/S. Total of 123 Enermy Meters (91 Meters from NEA and 32 z Shifting and Installation of 33/11kV.79 5. Kohalpur. at Lekhnath S/S. z Shifting and Installation of 132/33kV. 15MVA Transformer replacing the existing 7.00 from Grid Impact study. Dhading.59% 3 2071/72 4394005. Chandranigahpur and Kamane Substation). 52.5MVAr Capacitor Bank Line at Jogimara. hiring The Department has successfully accomplished testing equipments. z Regular Relay Testing works were also carried z Shifting and Installation of 132/33kV. d. carried out on our Testing Lab. F/Y Energy(MWh) Energy(MWh) Energy(MWh) Loss in Percentage 1 2069/70 3772905. No. Lines.26 4.5MVA at z Regular Energy Meter Testing works were also Mahendranagar S/S.41 5. Grid Connection Agreement The Department has made a total income of NRs. e. 177 to 181 on at Lahan S/S.5MVA out as per requirement. Hetauda.97 4260912. Revenue Generation: c.

thereby reducing loss of revenue. As in the preceding year. For the continued smooth functioning of the system. GRID DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT and transmission lines and has helped towards Brief summary of projects under different stages fast restoration of the power system in case of of development are presented below: black-outs. Around Rs. Bhulbhule-Mid. in previous year only maximum of 80 Megawatt was imported. through the regular maintenance works. (INPS) on the right track through the use of To mitigate this problem process of upgrading and computer based Supervisory Control and Data rehabilitation of existing hardware and software Acquisition (SCADA) system. The trained manpower in the LDC has been able to keep the data up-to- date in the SCADA software in the LDC.247 million revenue is being received annually by leasing (to Nepal Telecom and other private companies) Àbers from the Àber optic Conductor stringing work of Bhulbhule to cable.5 % from last year. addition of new IPP power plants in the system. Erected tower of Bhulbhule to it is necessary that the data acquisition from Middle Marsyandi 132kV T/L Project the power stations and substations be updated according to the latest changes/modiÀcations in the respective stations. Load Dispatch Centre Malfunction of installed equipment has been has been working round the clock to keep the increased compared to previous years and the operation of the Integrated Nepal Power System spare parts are also not available in the market. This was only possible with vision of new management. TRANSMISSION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 II. Marsyangdi 14th Kartik 2073 load shedding of Kathmandu 132kV Transmission Line valley is completely uplifted and small magnitude of load shedding is being implemented in other parts of nation. increase in import and continuous effort of LDC team with support from concern departments. In this Àscal year new stations Upper Marsyangdi and Upper Madi have been integrated on SCADA software system. The availability of real was initiated in this Àscal year. an increase in 15. SYSTEM OPERATION DEPARTMENT (SOD) Exiting software and hardware installed in the LDC control building is of 2002 and earlier. However. Recently Completed Projects In this Àscal year load shedding has been drastically reduced throughout nation and from 1. time data and better communication system have improved the overall availability of power stations III. The operation of Khimti- Dhalkebar 220kV line (presently operated at 132kV level) contributed meaningfully to reduce the load shedding and enable maximum import of 145 Megawatt from Dhalkebar-Mujjaffpur Transmission line. Middle Marsyandi 132kV T/L Project Nepal Electricity Authority 45 .

make 132 kV 132kV Transmission Line Double Circuit Connection in between Balaju and Objective of this project is to increase power Bhaktapur. few houses lying respectively. 7X15/16.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Objective of this project is to evacuate power generated by Upper Marsyangdi A (50MW). Department for operation.0 Million and funded by GoN. Phidim and Kabeli 132/33 kV same existing Tower. The project is started in 2070/071 (2013/014) and estimated revised completion is FY 073/74 (within August 2016). Project started in Siraha district. Hewa. 132 kV Double Circuit Connection from Bhaktapur 30 MVA substations at Mirchaiya. Mai and other river constructed second circuit transmission line has basin the eastern region. For this purpose Substation to Balaju Substation. The line has been 132kV Chapali Substation successfully charged after completion of construction on September 2016. Project to increase reliability of National Grid by making components includes construction of 132/33 kV. of power generated from Kabeli-A Hydro Power Project and power produced from Hydro Power As of Asadh 2074. Chapali 132kV Substation Expansion Project The objective of this project is to provide power Objective of this project is to cater the increased supply to Maruti Cement Industry to be established power demand of residential and commercial at Katari. Hetauda-Kulekhani-II-Siuchatar 2nd Circuit Transformers at Chapali Substation. For charging the line. Scope of the project includes installation of 132/66 kV. Cost of this one circuit of existing Dhalkebar – Lahan 132kV project is estimated to US$ 11. Mirchaiya 132/33 kV Substation 3. The capacity of Phidim been cleared and the line has been successfully and Kabeli 132/33 kV are 16 MVA and 30MVA charged. The charging of these substaions under RoW in Matatirtha and Syuchatar area has have been completed via 33 kV existing line on been dismantled. it handed over to Grid Operation Khola has been possible dut to this substation. Cost of this project is estimated to US$ 3. Cost of this project is estimated to area of northern part of Kathmandu Valley and NRs.18 Million and line will be looped-in and looped-out at Mirchaiya jointly funded by GoN and ADB. 46km second circuit 132kV Transmission Line on 4. 374 Million and funded by GoN. 132/66 kV link in between Chapali evacuation capacity and reinforcement of National and New Chabel and Interconnection of Devighat Grid.5 Million Objectives of this project is to facilitate evacuation and is funded by GoN. completed and charged on March 2017. The construction work has been in 2065/066 (2008/09) and completed by April. Bay extension at substations Substation of Kabeli Corridor and reinforcement work on existing 132kV Line. 46 Nepal Electricity Authority . After successfully completing February 2017 and Power Evacuation from Hewa the project. 5. the ROW under the newly Projects in Kabeli. Scope of the project includes construction of HEP in National Grid. 2017. Cost of this project is estimated to US$ 2.5 MVA signal phase 2. Scope of the project includes construction of 22km single circuit transmission line from Bhulbhule Upper Marsyangdi-A switchyard to Middle Marsyangdi switchyard and 132kV Bay extension at Middle Marsyangdi Swithchyard.

to provide upcoming cement factories. 30MVAR Further extension of this line will be beneÀted to capacitor Bank. improving supply reliability. 500 NEA and ADB. This line evacuates power from India to Kathmandu via Dhalkebar Substation. transmission system up to the site of Dang Cement to be established at Hapure of Dang. 8. The scope of the project includes construction of 75 km long Khimti-Dhalkebar 220 kV transmission line on double circuit tower with single circuit Bhurigaun Substation Nepal Electricity Authority 47 . to evacuate power from Chameliya. The project cost is estimated at US$ 22 Million and was jointly funded by World Bank.56 Million and jointly funded by GoN. of 132 kV line bays at The main objective of this project is to develop Khimti and Dhalkebar substations. reducing losses and voltage drops through construction of 220 kV double circuit line. Kusum . TRANSMISSION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 6.Hapure 132kV Transmission Line of twin Bison ACSR conductor (initially charged at 132 kV) and two nos. 9. Cost of this project is estimated Sonapur and Rolpa cements. Scope of the project includes shifting. The project started to US$ 4. project is Ànanced by GoN. electricity demand requirement of ADB and 7. to supply part The project was started in 2059/60 with the objective of enhancing transmission capacity. Project started in 2069/070 (2012/13. supply & installation of 66kV. Kohalpur-Mahendranagar 132 kV 2nd Main activities of the project include: construction Circuit Transmission Line of 22km Kusum-Hapure 132kV transmission line Objective of this project is to provide adequate and 132/33kV. up gradation of 132kV power transformers and associated Hapure Substation extension works at Hetauda and Parwanipur Substation. GoN and NEA. The Àrst circuit has been completed and charged on February 2017 in 132 kV voltage level. 30MVA substation at Panchakule power to western Nepal so as to meet the of Dang. The on January 2017. Grid Substation Reinforcement Project Objective of this project is to the primary focus in the reinforcement & up gradation of transformer capacity and voltage improvement of substation supplying power to Birgunj Corridor by upgrading transformer capacity as well as construction of new transformer bays at various substations. in 2065/066 with estimated cost of NRs. Khimti – Dhalkebar 220 kV Danida funded rural electriÀcation projects in the First Circuit Transmission Line region. The project has been completed Million and has been completed on July 2017.

test charge has Bhakatpur. 2016 and completed on Feb. is to import the additional 50 MW power from Substation up gradation to double bus system India to minimize the loadshedding as much as and appropriate 132kV bay extension at Kohalpur. is to import the additional 50 MW power from reducing losses and voltage drops through India to minimize the loadshedding as much as construction of 132 kV ring main. Project started in November 2014 when Attariya. Construction of transmission line started at site on Feb. construction and upgrading of different been done on March 2017 and currently power is substations at Kathmandu valley. Raxaul – Parwanipur 132 kV Cross Border plant. possible. construction of substations in Kathmandu valley 48 Nepal Electricity Authority . The Project is executing under Indo-Nepal Project started in 2068/069 (2011/012.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 of the Butwal area from Tanakpur Hydro power 11. Upgrading and Áowing from Kataiya to Kushaha. After completion of testing formalities test charge has been done on March 2017. Transmission line construction works have been completed and preparation is going on to put in to operation. Main theme of the Project substations at Pahalmanpur and Bhurigaon. Chapagaon-Bhaktapur 132 kV Transmission Line Construction of transmission line started at site Project includes construction of 28km 132 kV on Feb. Cost of this project is estimated to US$ 26. Kushaha – Kataiya 132 kV Cross Border Transmission Line Project The Project is executing under Indo-Nepal Tower Erection Work co-operation.Bhaktapur 132 kV Transmission Line Pit Excavation work for Tower Foundation The project was started in 2055/056 with the Government is facilitating for land acquisition and objective of enhancing transmission capacity. Indian Government invests for construction of transmission line whereas Nepal contract is awarded by Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) India and contract signed on May 2015. 10. Indian Government invests for of the project includes construction of 189km construction of transmission line whereas Nepal second circuit transmission line from Kohalpur Government is facilitating for land acquisition and to Mahendranagar with two new 132/33 kV ROW compensation. 2016 and completed on Feb. Scope co-operation. 2017. Thankot – Chapagaon . Main theme of the Project improving supply reliability in Kathmandu Valley. 2017. Project started in November 2014 when cost estimated at US$ 23 Million and project is contract is awarded by Ministry of External Affairs Ànanced by GoN and NEA. Scope of Thankot- (MEA) India and contract signed on May 2015. After transmission line from Matatirtha (Thankot) to completion of testing formalities. ROW compensation. NEA and ADB. The project possible. Lamki and Lalpur Substations also taken care by the project. PROJECTS UNDER EXECUTION 1.7 Transmission Line Project Million and jointly funded by GoN.

As of Ashadh 2074. Markichowk Nepal Electricity Authority 49 . TRANSMISSION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 and transmission line portion within Kathmandu Conductors and Hardware Fittings received at and Bhaktapur Districts has been completed. Dumre – Damauli – Marsyangdi 132 kV compensation. Check Survey and Tower Spotting for transmission line has been completed. Mai and other river basin Corridor. Hewa. started in 2008/09 (2065/066) and estimated relieve Anarmani substation and improve power revised scheduled is on Asadh 2076. Installation of GIS at Total cost of the project is about US$ 13 million. Objectives of this project is to facilitate evacuation enhancethereliabilityofMiddleMarshyangdipower of power generated from Kabeli-A Hydro Power plant and facilitate the power evacuation from Project and power produced from Hydro Power candidate hydro power projects of Marshyangdi Projects in Kabeli. The project increasing electricity demand of Damak area. site for the Transmission Line Package. Substation. Regarding transmission line construction preliminary works like Route alignment survey. Lalitpur district which was stopped due to protest of local inhabitants demanding 100% RoW 4. GoN and NEA. NEA. About 12 numbers of tower foundation has been However. Cost of this project is estimated to US$ the eastern region. Singati-Lamosangu 132kV Transmission Corridor Objective of this project is to evacuate power from different hydroelectric projects to be developed by different IPP’s in the Tamakoshi-Singati basin. Project will construct Lamosangu-Singati 40km 132 kV Double Circuit Transmission Line and 132/33 kV. Constructoin of New Marsyandi 132/33 kV Design of the Towers has been approved. 30 MVA substation at Singati. Construction of transmission 18. Kabeli 132kV Transmission Corridor generated by Middle Marshyangdi power plant. Scope of the supply situation in this part of the country. about 65% construction of Singati 132/33 kV substation is completed. project includes construction of 20km of double circuit transmission line from Dumre to Damauli. Transmission Line Objective of this project is to evacuate power 2. IEE study completed. stringing in 2008/09 and remaining works including second and third section of the 132kV double circuit transmission line construction from Illam to Fidim to Kabeli is in progress scheduled to be completed on Ashadh 2075. GoN. construction of transmission line in completed.62 Million which is jointly funded by loan line and associated substations will meet assistance of ADB. Marsyandi Power Plant Switchyard The project was started in 2065/066. Project was started line at Middle Marshyangdi power plant. 3. Cost of this project is estimated at US$ 31 Million 1km four circuit loop-in loop-out transmission and funded by WB.

substation equipment’s have As of Ashadh 2074. preparation for the preliminary supply system in this region and to support power works like check survey for replacement has been evacuation from Chameliya HEP. The project is started in part of Udaypur district. control room construction. Second Circuit stringing works been tested and are in process to arrive in site. with the aim completed. Syaule 132/33kV Substation Project conductor. Markichowk.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 of 39km of 132kV second circuit transmission quality of supply in several districts of far western line from Middle Marshyangdi to Dumre and development region. transmission line equipment’s have been tested and are in process to arrive in site. The estimated cost of this project is As of Asadh 2074. Cost of this project Project is expected to be completed by December is estimated to US$ 3. Engineering work is going on to check of strengthening power system reliability and 50 Nepal Electricity Authority . extension at Lower Marshyangdi Switchyard. Kusma-Lower Modi 132kV 5.5 Million and funded by GoN. 8. bay estension at Damauli Substation The project is initiated in 2070/071 (2013/014) and Middle Marsyandi Switchyard and GIS bay and scheduled to be completed in Asadh 2075. As of Asadh 2074. Scope of the project includes construction of 6. As of Asadh 2074. Rest of the transmission line and Civil works of control room are in the Ànal stage. Scope of the project includes construction of transmission capacity to serve to the industries Rupani 132/33 kV substation and reinforcement of the area. 368 million and funded by GoN. substation construction work is in progress. Hetauda-Birgunj 66 kV Transmission Line Substation Construction Work in Progress Capacity Increment Project Objective of this project is to increase power 2017. Cost of this project is 2070/071 (2013/014) and expected to be estimated to US$ 3. 7. completed on December 2017.11 Million and funded by GoN. Rupani 132/33kV Substation Project Transmission Line Project Objective of this project is to reinforce the power Objective of this project is to facilited power supply system in this region and for evacuating evacuation of the IPP’s up coming in the power to load center of Saptari District and certain Kaligandaki Corridor. erection of the project includes replacement of ACSR 'WOLF' steel structure are almost completed and other conductor used in existing double circuit 66 kV civil construction works including staff quarter. Objective of this project is to reinforce the power As of Asadh 2074.5 Million and funded by GoN. guard house are in progress. Scope of foundation work in the switchyard. About 56% of physical progress has been achieved upto the end of FY 073/74.2 km 132kV single circuit transmission line from Kusma to Lower Modi HEP and + 132kV Bay extension at Lower Modi. transmission line from Simra to Birgunj (22. is completed. km) via Parwanipur substation with high power carrying capacity high temperature low sag (HTLS) 6.2 store house. Cost of this project is construction of 132/33kV. 30MVA substation at estimated to US$ 5. (2015/016). NRs. The project is started in 2072/073 of existing 33 kV network of the area.

Burtibang -Paudi Amrai . evacuation capacity of the IPP’s up coming in the Nepal Electricity Authority 51 . guard quarter. Check survey is license etc. Substation tender yet to be called. This project started in FY 067/68.g. have been obtained. engineering Agreement have been signed for the Civil design work is in progress.Motipur 132kV Transmission has been completed and the construction of Line Project boundary wall. Contract Agreement have been are the scope of this project. staff quarter. Tender for construction of Transmission Line has been published. As of Ashadh 2074. EIA. construction and Substation construction. 11. 30 MVA 132/33 kV substation at Garjyang and As of Ashadh 2074. 132kV Double power generated by various IPP’s in the Garjyang Circuit Transmission Line from New Modi via Khimti corridor. construction. Lahachwok Substation to Lekhnath Substation.g. Contract Agreement have been signed for the civil construction work like boundary wall. Solu Corridor (Katari-Okhaldhunga-Solu) 132kV Transmission Line Objective of this project is to increase power evacuation capacity of the IPP’s up coming in the Solu Corridor and expansion of INPS. Ramechap Garjyang Khimti 132kV Objective of this project is to increase power Transmission Line Project evacuation capacity of the IPP’s up coming in the Modi and Madi Corridor. have been transmission line from Garjyang to New Khimti obtained. Scope of the project The objective of this project is to evacuate the includes construction of 45km. EIA. store building. gabion Objective of this project is to increase power wall etc. Construction of 90km of Double Circuit Transmission Line with CARDINAL conductor from Tingla (Solu) substation to Mirchaiya and 132/33kV new Substation at Check Survey of transmission line Tingla is the main output of the project. Construction of jointly funded by Exim Bank of India and GoN. signed for Civil construction. Land acquisition for the substation Arghakhanchi . are going on. Modi-Lekhnath 132 kV requirement set in NEA.Gulmi- construction. EIA has been approved. construction license etc. Transmission Line Project 9. TRANSMISSION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 whether proposed HTLS conductor can meet the 10. Transmission Line and Substation 12. Cost of The estimated project cost is US$ 12 Million this project is estimated to US$ 29 Million and which is funded by the GoN. Switching Substation at New Modi and 132/33kV new Substation at Lahachwok. Cost of this project is estimated to US$ 21. 132 kV double circuit e. Contract completed from the contractor.0 Million and jointly funded by Exim Bank of India and GoN. All the major legal approvals construction of 31 km. Transmission Line All the major legal approvals e.

transmission system in this region for evacuating As of Asadh 2074. Scope of the project Paudi Amrai.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Baglung area and extension of National Grid. 52 Nepal Electricity Authority . supply system in this region. Tender for construction of power to load center of Rupandehi District. Installation. Scope of the project includes construction of 132kV double 16. million which is funded by GoN. The project is initiated 13. Estimated Cost of this project is US$ 18. 2*63MVA Biratnagar Sub-station has been Áoated.32 Million and funded by GoN. 2*63MVA Substation. the area through New Biratnagar 132/33kV. The project is initiated in 2067/068 (2010/11). preparation of ofÀce Dordi Corridor and reinforcement of National Grid. Million and funded by GoN. Sandikharka and includes construction of 23km 132kV double Motipur. Purbi Chitawan 132/33kV Substation line and substation construction work under 1st Objective of this project is to reinforce the power phase started. Cost estimation for transmission 15. Objective of this project is to reinforce the power Cost of this project is estimated to US$ 22.24 supply system in Biratnagar Industrial Area. Detail survey and EIA have Belgachiya and construction of New Biratnagar been completed.5 Million called and technical proposal evaluation process and funded by GoN. Dordi Corridor 132 kV Transmission Line in 2072/073 (2015/016).Biratnagar 132kV project is initiated in 2066/067 (2009/10). Kushaha (Inaruwa) . estimate and tender document are in progress. Scope of the project reinforcement of existing Rani and Tankisinwari includes construction of 84km 132kV double Sub-stations. Objective of this project is to increase power evacuation capacity of the IPP’s up coming in the As of Asadh 2074. IEE report of project has been approved from Ministry of Energy and estimates & tender document preparation for 23km 132kV Compound Wall of Motipur Substation double circuit transmission line at Steel Monopole is under progress. 2070/071 (2013/014). Tender for Plant Design. Cost both substation and transmission line have been of this project is estimated to US$ 9. Testing and Commissioning of 132/33kV.4 accomplished. land acquisition for the substation has been Cost of this project is estimated to US$ 10. The 14. Boundary wall at Sandhikharka substation has been done. As of Asadh 2074. Cost of this project is estimated to US$ 4. 2*63MVA Substation. Contract for construction of 132/33kV. 1st Transmission Line section Motipur-Sindikharka is under execution. land acquisition for New Biratnagar Substation has been completed. circuit steel Monopole transmission line from Inaruwa 400/220/132kV substation to Ramganj As of Asadh 2074. Supply.0 Million and funded by GoN. Butwal-Lumbini 132kV Substation circuit 16 km transmission line from Kirtipur to Objective of this project is to reinforce the existing Udipur and new 132/33kV substation at Kirtipur. Àve 132/33kV new substations at Burtibang. Tamghash. The project is initiated in started. 33kV and 11 kV network of circuit transmission line for Motipur to Burtibang.

Cost of this from existing Bardaghat Substation to switchyard project is estimated to US$ 7. TRANSMISSION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 turn will provide required funds. As understanding NEA will execute the transmission of Ashadh 2074. Cost of this project is estimated to In order to promote cement industries. Cost of this project is estimated to US$ 6. supply to Hongshi-Shivam Cement Industry. Project components includes construction Compound Wall Foundation of of 15 km 132kV single circuit transmission line Mainahiya Substation from existing Lamahi Substation to Laxmipur VDC Goglee and construction of 132/33 kV. 30 MVA As of Asadh 2074. Construction contract is about to As of Asadh 2074. the GoN US$ 4 Million and GoN through Ministry of has taken policy of developing transmission line Industry allocated budget for this work. substation has been accomplished. 2074. Project networks up to the site of cement industries. This project is initiated in 2072/073 two 132 kV line bay at Bardaghat. BaleÀ-Barhabise Corridor 132kV this project is estimated to US$ 4 Million and GoN Transmission Line Project through Ministry of Industry allocated budget for this Objective of this project is to reinforce the power work. IEE and Land Acquisition for line project as per the instruction of MoI which in substation is in progress. Projects aimed for power supply to cement industries at different stages of implementation are as follows: 1. A components includes construction of 63 MVA minute of understanding was signed between 132/33 kV substation near Sunuwal of existing Ministry of Industry (MoI) and NEA. supply to proposed Palpa Cement Industry as well as existing Laxmi Steel Industry along with PROJECTS FOR POWER SUPPLY the reinforcement of existing 33 kV distribution TO CEMENT INDUSTRIES network. preparation of ofÀce estimate and The objective of this project is to provide power tender document is in progress. Construction of Staff quarter substations at Laxmipur VDC Goglee. Project components includes construction supply system and power evacuation from of 20 km 132kV double circuit transmission line different IPP's at BaleÀ Corridor.Sardi 132kV Transmission Line is in Ànal stage. Tender for substation construction work 2. ofÀce estimate for transmission The objective of this project is to provide power line is in progress. Sunuwal 132 kV Substation for IEE study. EIA for Transmission Line construction has been approved. Lamahi-Ghorahi 132kV Transmission Line The objective of this project is to provide power supply to Ghorahi Cement Industry and Ghorahi Municipality. and Compound Wall of Mainahiya Substation is in progress. Cost of 17. According to the Butwal-Bardaghat 132 kV transmission line.5 Million and funded of Hongshi-Shivam Industry and construction of by GoN. the land acquisition for the be signed. MoU has been signed 3. Nepal Electricity Authority 53 .5 Million and GoN through Ministry of Industry allocated budget for this work. Bardaghat. Detail route survey work is completed. The project is scheduled to be completed By Ashadh 2075. As of Ashadh (2015/016).

ACSR BISON conductor. of second circuit 75 km long Khimti-Dhalkebar 74 km long double circuit 220 kV line connecting 220kV transmission line on same double circuit New-Bharatpur substation (under construction) tower with twin Bison ACSR conductor. construction work at New Bharatpur is going on. Hetauda-Bharatpur transmission line initially to be improving supply reliability. OPGW cable. GoN and NEA. about 90% RoW clearance work completed. Earth Wire. Bharatpur . 220 kV lines shall be initially energized at 132 kV. Land Acquisition for transmission towers. The project is Transmission Line started in 2009. Acquiring Land for Tower Bank. Cost of this project is estimated to US$ 17 Million and funded Khimti-Dhalkebar 220kV Second Ckt. Stringing works in progress The project is started in 2009 and scheduled to be completed by June 2018. 3. double circuit line. Substation construction work at New Hetauda and Bardghat is in Ànal stage. jointly by loan assistance of WB. 98 % of the transmission line Grid. Foundation is in Ànal stage. Khimti – Dhalkebar 220 kV 2nd Circuit assistance of WB. Hetauda . Cost of this project is estimated to Projects under Execution US$ 24. The project was started in 2059/60 with the Construction of about 75 km long double circuit objective of enhancing transmission capacity. out of 226 towers 137 Tower Foundations and 95 Tower Erection works are completed on Transmission Line Construction side. reducing losses and string single circuit 220kV transmission line and voltage drops through construction of 220kV associated 132kV substations are being taken.Bardghat 220kV Transmission Line The objective of the project is to enhance the transmission capacity and reliability of the Integrated Nepal Power System (INPS). Hardware Fittings and partially Tower accessories received at site. to evacuate the power to be generated by construction materials have been received at site. GoN and NEA. to evacuate the power to be generated by other hydro power plants from western region of Nepal. and existing Bardaghat substation using ACSR 2.25 Million and funded jointly by loan 1. 54 Nepal Electricity Authority . RoW Clearance work is in progress. Insulators. GoN and NEA.Bharatpur 220 kV Transmission Line "Bison" duplex conductors. The scope of the project includes construction The project comprises of construction of approx. The objective of the project is to enhance the transmission capacity and reliability of the National As of Ashadh 2074. The project cost is estimated at US$ 6 million and is jointly funded by World As of Ashadh 2074.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 MAJOR TRANSMISSION LINE PROJECTS 220 KV other hydro power plants from western region of Nepal.

Chilime-Trishuli 220 kV Transmission Line Objective of this project is to increase power Chilime Hub Sub Station Site evacuation capacity of the IPP’s up coming in the Chilime-Trishuli Corridor. 97000 trees has been planted on 61 hector land. 70 Tower Erection works are completed. Out of 246 towers 70 Tower Foundations and services. Cost of this project Tender has been called for the construction of is estimated to US$ 35. Environment and Social Management Plan (ESMP) has been completed as per the requirements of funding agencies KfW Development Bank and European Investment Bank(EIB). Ministry Bardghat-Bharatpur 220 kV Transmission line of Energy for construction of line and substation. agreement has been signed with the Consultant Power Grid Corporation of India for the out of 28000 trees only 6856 trees has been cut design and construction supervision consultancy out. Transmission license has been obtained from DoED. Moreover. Other Environmental studies such as Land Acquisition Compensation Plan (LACP). detail Survey work for 220kV Voltage Level is completed by Project Development Department. Ànal IEE Study report submitted by Environment and Social Study Department has been approved by DoED. Financing agreement with both KfW and EIB has been concluded. Project Nursery Bed required replacing the trees. Construction contract with contractor CCPG. NEA. Feasibility Study for 220 kV transmission line and Bharatpur-Bardghat 220kV Transmission Line Chilime Hub substation has been completed by Project Tower Erection work is in Progress M/S Lahmeyer International. 4. Stakeholders Engagement Plan (SEP). IEE Gap Analysis. Similarly. Preparation is going on for new contract.0 Million and jointly Chilime-Trisuli 220 kV transmission line and funded by German Development Bank (KfW) with 220/132 kV substation at Chilime.5 km transmission line from Chilime Hub Substation to Trishuli 3B Hub substation and a 220/132kV a new GIS substation at Chilime. As of Ashadh 2074. TRANSMISSION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 European Investment Bank (EIB) and GoN. China has been terminated due to unsatisfactory construction work. Project started at FY 067/68. Price Àxation for 52 tower pads from compensation committee has been completed. Scope of the project includes construction of 220kV double circuit 26. Reaching to Nepal Electricity Authority 55 .

India 56 Nepal Electricity Authority . IFB has Development Bank (KfW) with European been published for procurement of Plant for GIS Investment Bank (EIB) and GoN. Objective of this project is to increase power Civil construction of staff quarter and boundary evacuation capacity of upcoming HEPs in the wall have been completed in the acquired land at Koshi and Mechi zone of Nepal. Land acquisition for substations at Barhabise and As of Asadh 2074. study. 6. NEA. IEE. 14 km Double Circuit 132kV Transmission Line.(Inaruwa- be completed within 18 months period from the Basantapur Double Circuit Vertical ConÀguration effective date of contract. ESIA & LACP have been completed and contract for social and environmental 7.Baneshwar. 2017 and project shall Basantapur.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 the Ànal stage of the bid evaluation process the line and Lapsiphedi to Duwakot (Bhaktapur) major achievement of the Àscal year. Project will construct 90 km Double Circuit 400kV Transmission Line (initially charged at 220kV). detailed survey from Tamakoshi Koshi Corridor Twin Moose DB(t) Tower (New Khimti) to Lapsiphedi (Kathmandu) 400kV destruction test at KPTL’s Test bed. Contract 132kV line has been completed and IEE has been within 18 months is expected to be signed during approved. Nuwakot. of the bid evaluation process for the construction of 220kV Trishuli 3B Hub Substation is the major Package-KC1: Construction of 107 km of 220kV achievement of this Àscal year. Followings are Manakana. POWERGRID of India was appointed as the Consultant for the Design and supervision of the project. 220 kV Barhabise substation on 26 May 2017.Tumlingtar. Power Grid India has been appointed August 2017 and project shall be completed. Co. Trishuli 3B 220 kV HUB Substation (i) The JV of Guangxi Transmission & Substation Objective of this project is to facilitate power Construction Co. China for construction of New Khimti- coming in the Trishuli area with expansion the Barhabise 400kV Transmission Line and (ii) Larsen existing grid. Cost of this project is estimated to and Toubro Ltd. The Project has signed Contract Agreement with 5. Koshi 220 kV Transmission Corridor monitoring have been Ànalized with ESSD. As of Ashadh 2074. and Shenzhen Clou Electronics evacuation capacity of the IPP's generations up. Cost of this project is estimated to be US$ 70 Million and jointly funded by ADB and GoN. Tamakoshi -Kathmandu 220/400 kV Transmission Line Objective of this project is to evacuate power from generating power stations upcoming in the Khimti (Tamakoshi)-Kathmandu area. Gujarat. SEP. various studies like feasibility Changunarayan is in Ànal stage. India for Barhabise-Kathmandu US$ 22. Reaching to the Ànal stage the main components of the project. Ltd. as Construction/Design Supervision Consultant. Contract is expected Double Circuit Transmission Line from Inaruwa- to be signed during August.9 Million and jointly funded by German 400kV and 132 kV Transmission Line. 220/132 kV GIS substation at Barhabise and 220 kV line bay extension at New Khimti.

The Project is expected to be Transmission Line completed by July 2020. Cost Vertical ConÀguration Galvanized Steel Towers of this project is estimated to US$ 40 Million with twin peak. Lekhnath-Damauli 220kV Transmission Line only one Circuit will be strung with Quad Moose Objective of this project is to increase power ACSR conductor with single Peak i.Jharlyang.0 Line Million and jointly funded by Exim Bank of India and GoN. OPGW and evacuation capacity of the IPP’s upcoming in the Basantapur-Baneshwar-Tumlingtar Double Circuit Western basin and reinforcement of INPS. 75% Design and Engineering 400kV Transmission Line works has been completed till date.Jumla 132 kV Exim Bank of India. border transmission capacity of about 1. OPGW). Surkhet-Dailekh. Ghorahi-Madichaur (Khumdi) 132 kV Transmission Line Contract between NEA and M/s Kalpataru Power 6. Scope of the project includes construction single Peak i. initially only one Circuit will be and funded by Gernam Cooperation (kfw) and strung with Twin Moose ACSR conductor with GoN. 220kV double circuit Transmission Line from Technical Team from kfw is conducting the Basantapur to Dhungesangu. detailed survey had been Inaruwa substation. Transmission Line 2.Kalikot. 40 km double circuit transmission Package-KC2: Construction of 220/132/33kV line from New Lekhnath to New Damauli and Substation at Basantapur and Tumlingtar. of 220kV. Check survey & Tree Enumeration has 1. Nawalpur 132 kV Substation Project Transmission Limited. India has been signed for the execution of Package-KC1 of the project and IV. Trishuli 3B HUB. ConÀguration Galvanized Steel Towers with twin 220/132 kV Transmission Line peak. WAPCOS Ltd. 220/132/11kV substations at New Lekhnath Construction of 220/33kV substation at and New Damauli. i. The land Package-KC3: Construction of about 33km of acquisition for the substation is under progress. initially 8. Baneshwar and 2 Nos. Nepal-India Electricity Transmission and Trade been completed and Cadastral survey is under Project (NIETTP) Hetauda-Dhalkebar-Duhabi process upto date. Dadakhet-Rahughat 132 kV Transmission Cost of this project is estimated to US$ 112. 2011) between government of Nepal and 4.e. 5.000 MW Nepal Electricity Authority 57 . Project (NIETTP) funded by World Bank was Package-KC2 and Package-KC3 are under bidding started with the objective of establishing cross- Process. completed and IEE is at last stage. India has been appointed as the PMC of the Project. Design/Engineering and Detailed survey. MAJOR TRANSMISSION LINE PROJECTS 400KV the Contract has become effective from 14th Projects under Execution June. of Bays Extension at As of Asadh 2074. Taplejung (Vertical feasibility study of the line and substation.Malekhu 220 kV at Dhungesangu.e OPGW) and construction of 132/33kV Substation 1. TRANSMISSION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Galvanized Steel Towers with twin peak. Construction Nepal-India Electricity Transmission and Trade work is expected to be started in August 2017. initially only one circuit will be strung with Projects under Feasibility Study twin moose ACSR conductor with single Peak. 2016. 90 MUSD has been set aside for this project 3. Dhalkebar-Loharpatti 132 kV Transmission out of 250 MUSD Line credit Agreement (21st Line October.e.

Ratmate 400kV civil works of this substation has been completed Transmission Line 58 Nepal Electricity Authority .West Seti. Bheri Corridor 400 kV Transmission Line The project includes design.felling and stacking along the right-of-way of the route is under process in As of Asadh 2074. the process of tree. the Uttarganga Hydro Project as well as IPP’s Dhalkebar-Inaruwa 400 kV double-circuit upcoming in the Bheri river basin. started and land acquisition for the substation is under progress. Scope together with concomitant 220 kV substations at of the project includes construction of 400kV. Dhalkebar substation. The targeted completion electricity in Nepal by the sustainable import of date of this substation is October 2017. electricity. 2.Chilime HUB. 20 km double circuit transmission line from Uttarganga HUB to Nalsyangadh Hydropower Out of 792 tower pads. Dhalkebar and Inaruwa. Government of transmission line that covers 10 different districts Nepal is funding for this project currently. The Uttarganga Hub for the pulling of power from IPP’s parts remaining mostly fall in the forest area and in 1st phase. Rasuwagadhi. supply and Objective of this project is to evacuate power of construction of approximately 285 km of Hetauda.Pahalwanpur 400kV Line between Nepal and India and it is a major Transmission Line hub for the exchange of power in Integrated Nepal Power System.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Under construction Dhalkebar Substation to facilitate electricity trade between India and so far while installation of electrical and control Nepal. and to meet the increasing demand of equipment is underway. 513 foundation & 423 project switchyard and 400 kV substations at erection works have been completed so far. Hetauda. which is now at high priority of Government of Nepal is the pulling station for Projects under Feasibility Study the Dhalkebar Muzzaffapur 400 kV Cross Border 1. Around 90 percent of the 2. detailed survey has been different districts. Rupalgadh.

total number of consumers under in encouraging and supporting energy saving DCSD reached 32.678 Departments and Divisions are responsible GWh of energy was sold earning gross revenue of Nepal Electricity Authority 59 .41 Section. the optimal use of electricity.45 7.08 42. These Similarly. introduced some of the smart meter reading. DCSD has of number of employees and business activities.85% activities and Demand Side Management for over the last Àscal year’s Àgure.59 3. in FY 2016/17. expansion. planning and electricity distribution services and networks of managing human resources respectively.764. Finance Division and Administration Division.42 36. This is also on the forefront as a pilot projects in the Kathmandu valley with to earn revenue for sustaining operation.812 an increase of 8.42 at Corporate Level namely Planning & Technical Commercial 0. preparing and monitoring of rural electriÀcation reliable and quality electricity at an affordable price. revenue collection. Community & Rural Industrial 1. key responsibility of the (DCSD) is to provide safe. DCSD is also involved In FY 2016/17. has helped NEA for improved Billing and Revenue collection processes in a modern efÀcient and Performance Highlights cost effective manner. customer DCSD is the largest directorate of NEA in terms grievance handling and so forth.78 Service Department. The operation and maintenance of off grid small hydro power plants Customer No of consumer Sales Revenue (% of total Category % % also falls under the jurisdiction of this directorate. DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMER SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMER SERVICES DIRECTORATE Distribution and Consumer Service Directorate for carrying out planning and preparation (DCSD) as a service provider to the nation.35 ElectriÀcation Department.96 45. a total of 4.37 5. plans to introduce even better technologies and maintenance and development activities of NEA. programs. the of distribution system expansion programs. the directorate there are Eight Regional OfÀces maintenance and rehabilitation of the electricity each headed by a Directors/ Chiefs to manage distribution networks including substations up the overall distribution and consumer services to 33 kV voltage level and consumer services activities in more effective and efÀcient manner. meter reading. activities such as new consumer connections. Monitoring & MIS Others 3.48 35. Under NEA including planning.58 7. Implementation DCSD is providing services to consumers through of a Common Revenue Billing System (M-power) its 102 Distribution Centers spread over the whole in 128 Revenue Collection Centers (in operation) country.57. preparing yearly O &M and capital DCSD is accountable for overall management of budget. consumers) DCSD is headed by the Deputy Managing Director Domestic 93. operation. procurement activities. expand them in the entire areas.71 6. billing. GIS Approximately 74% of the total staffs of NEA are (Geographical Information System) technologies employed in DCSD. Material Management Division.04 Non- (Level 12) and is organized into six departments Commercial 0.36 10.

47. In FY 2016/17. Similarly. public awareness is also consumer categories combined together represent important.202 numbers taken to reduce the technical and non-technical of consumer lines were disconnected from which losses. Industrial and Commercial the NEA employees.08% to program to mark "Electricity Safety Day". As part of reinforcement and expansion of the various programs and activities under DCSD were distribution systems. During the year reviews Safety Day: following steps were taken to reduce the technical Safety is one of the aspects where DCSD is and non-technical losses. center chief and a signiÀcant loss reduction was observed in many areas.962 consumers for to improve the loss situation.00% of the total number of consumers for awareness for electrical safety.31 (millions) was were assigned loss targets to achieve within recovered from it.57 Million. metering & billing and decreasing Technical losses and Reduction of Technical amount receivables from black listed consumers. NEA in the total sale.065. to expand and improve the service delivery. This was also linked monitored which resulted in substantial decrease with the performance of concerned distribution in the stock material/amount.84% of total sales. many programs. Regional OfÀces electricity pilferage and Rs 25. Losses.96% year on 26th Chaitra NEA organizes awareness of total consumers and contributed 45. These programs and activities are executed by the Loss Reduction Activities Departments at center and Regional OfÀces. The goods on stock were closely the prescribed time frame. right from the but shared 43. collaboration with Society of Electrical Engineers (SEEN) conducted people awareness campaign Programs and Activities towards electrical safety on April 7. DCSD The Problem of "Distribution Losses" was addressed took special drives to expedite the activities for by mainly two separate ways : Reduction of Non- loss reduction. Loss Controlling Committee at the center Rs 615. the implementation of the Project till completion. In this regard. Every domestic consumer category represents 93. a total of 43. For this the directorate is giving priority only 2. not only 'Electricity Safety Day' awareness program conducted by NEA Central OfÀce 60 Nepal Electricity Authority . 2017. special efforts were During the FY 2016/17.46 (millions) was recovered. Similarly. projects executed by the various Departments at Center and the activities are undertaken in FY 2016/17 and Regional OfÀces on the same day.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Rs. Similarly legal level issued directives to the concerned ofÀces action was taken against 32. entrusting major priority.

DCSD is committed to Bundled Conductor (ABC) cable in loss prone establish centralized customer care center to areas. of conventional.83% in this (PTSD) is the main wing of DCSD. „ Handheld Meter Reading Device (HHD) also DCSD is trying to make every effort to bring down in operation has helped reduce human errors the distribution system loss which contributes during meter reading and improve the energy in substantial proportion. Plans are to make available the payment „ As per NEA decision. DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMER SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 „ Continuous loss reduction program is carried Demand Side Management for hooking control. demand for electricity to meet economic growth. Consumer complaints shall be meter tampering and action was taken for addressed without delay and the procedure for electricity pilferage. It is also planning to sales consumption ratio. continued efforts and measures taken to control Planning and Technical Services Department losses brought fruitful results by bringing down The Planning and Technical Services Department the distribution system losses to 16. timely service. responsible for planning and preparation of distribution system expansion programs and Nepal Electricity Authority 61 . less processing transformers were also carried out to reduce time for new connection and centralized control the technical losses and monitoring over the entire customer care process. levels especially in terai and some hilly areas. and fuel supply issues. primarily Fiscal Year. through various media on the proper use of electrical appliances . data downloading and increasing urbanization. ensure single point of contact for all consumer „ Upgrading of overloaded conductors and related activities. the electromechanical and billing information in internet so that consumer meters of the consumers of capacity 25- can access information on line. capacity. „ Regular monitoring. As high system loss is a major challenge for NEA. awareness for electricity theft etc. improve the quality of the services through the use of new technologies and capacity building „ The special effort of employees and the support to meet the challenges of new environment in from local administration for investigation on utility business. energy-intensive Incandescent lamps and CFL lamps. new connection related works shall be made „ Replacement of bare conductor with Ariel simple and user friendly. A team is deputed for The electricity supply-demand gap in the country meter resealing and instant inspection of is increasing rapidly as a result of the fast growing meter. with programmable meters and replacement of an awareness campaign on the efÀcient use of unmatched current transformers to eliminate electricity using more efÀcient LED lights instead possible errors in multiplying factors. A system will be 50 kVA range continued to be replaced with implemented for consumers to pay the electricity electronic (TOD) meters bill online through internet based payment system Despite the adverse working conditions at local or the conventional. The advertisement was „ Various public awareness advertisement were made in different electronic media as well as in made by the central as well as regional level the news papers and hording board display. electriÀcation. generation analysis of the large industrial and commercial capacity deÀcits. use of energy efÀcient Future Plans and Programs lamps. In order to „ Replacement of electromechanical meters assist NEA in resolving the existing energy crisis. high costs of new generation consumers were augmented.

replacement of 214 Km of overhead 11 under PTSD has successfully completed the entire kV undersized ACSR conductor with 120 sq. 200 and coming years. The and substation rehabilitation projects and program for installation of Bulk Supply Meters implement them and the Metering Unit was also continued in FY „ Programming/re-programming. meters in various grid substations. (ii) Supply and Delivery of HV Covered Conductors. GoN and NEA. mm. Distribution Substations distribution transformers. LV ABC Cables and UG Under the program. The Planning 62 Nepal Electricity Authority . „ Plans to execute distribution planning Project for Energy EfÀciency through Loss Reduction incorporating demand side management and This project has been started with the objective loss reduction as an integral part of it of reducing technical losses in the distribution „ Preparing and updating the construction networks of Kathmandu valley and Birgunj standards and guidelines and guidelines for Simara corridor.mm. The Computerized Billing Division 300 kVA). Energy Access and EfÀciency reduction in distribution systems Improvement Project „ Initiate modern facilities for the electricity This project is being implemented under ADB consumers in the Àeld of meter reading. sq. million for 99 consumers in connection with The major line materials through three different the reconciled billings forwarded by different packages such as (i) Supply and Delivery distribution centers. of Distribution Transformer.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 supporting DCSD in the technical and commercial and Technical Services Department co-operated matters. data download 2016/17. billing loan/grant. The static meters installed at different substations were „ IdentiÀcation of potential rural electriÀcation downloaded to check and verify the data. Contract No: Energy Monitoring and Auditing of DSRLRP-068/69-01 (Package D1) for 462 Nos. distribution centers within Kathmandu valley with XLPE Covered Conductor. „ Monitoring and evaluation of region wise Project Highlights monthly distribution system losses. Major works under this department with Grid Operation Department to install ToD include. Contract No: DSRLRP- installed at distribution substations to measure 068/069-02 (Package D2) for 214 km CC. The energy monitoring and audit was and analysis of TOD energy meters & metering also augmented verifying the data with concerned equipments transmission grid and generation units. of Distribution Transformers (100. mm. Assist to identify and implement programs for loss 1. LV ABC Cable. This project is jointly Ànanced by implementation of electrical installations and Asian Development Bank (ADB). The computerized billing system till date and plans scope of this project includes up gradation of 462 are to extend it to all with modern facilities in the Nos. use of 35 Km of 300 'Any Branch Payment System'. 11 kV Underground Power Cable and PTSD has recommended to approve Rs 68 401 Km of 95 sq. The various subprojects under this and revenue collection are as follows. construction activities up to 33KV and below. 35 km the amount of energy delivered by the substations XLPE Power cable and 401 km LV ABC Cable and enhancing the energy accountability. The project has identiÀed 27 distribution feeders with unacceptable high loss in Kathmandu valley One hundred Twenty Eight collection centers have and Birgunj where rehabilitation is required. static energy meters were Cables with Accessories.

Government of Nepal and (Manufacturing/Supply) Construction/Erection. with an estimated cost of 80 million USD dealing Distribution System Augmentation Project with the Rural ElectriÀcation in three(3) packages along with Distribution Business Management. All the works under Lot-1 is already commissioned. 200 and 300 kVA). (ii) Construction of 95 km of 33 kV and 156 km Jaleshwor & Bolo-Damak (Lot-1) Parasi. Nepal Electricity Authority is jointly funding for this Testing. 2808-NEP switching station in Mirmi. 5566-NP (Project XLPE covered conductor. Paraul. The credit from the World Bank (WB) towards the cost installation of 462 Nos. This is one of the components of Electricity Dhanushadham.The scope of project which is divided into three Mulpani. EfÀciency Project (GSEEP) 068/69-03 (Package D3) for various line materials The Government of Nepal (GoN) has received a were received and contract completed. Amuwa. has been is USD 9. of 11 kV lines in the vicinity of substation Krishnanagar. Kushma. From Fiscal Design. The remaining 11 kV completed. The System Rehabilitation. Engineering. Tauliahwa. Planning. Nepal Electricity Authority 63 . Line testing and charging works in the WB was concluded on February 20. capitalization and asset transfer work for Scale Grid Tied Solar Farms And Component 2: the project is scheduled to be completed by end Distribution System Planning and Loss Reduction of FY 2017/18. Banskot. Commissioning and Five Years of project for remaining works. replacement of 214 km (GSEEP) under IDA Credit No. Belbari. Procurement Year 2017/2018.4 kV network in the affected area along Dhanushadham. scope of the project includes: Expanded Electricity Distribution Project i) Construction of new 33/11 kV. & Mirmi (Lot-2)and Lot-3 is development of 11 Out of these substations Baniyani.30 ID P146344) for an amount of USD 130 million km 11 kV XLPE Underground Power Cable under a counter Ànancing of USD 8 million by the and Stringing of 343 km XLPE LV ABC Cable is GoN. Barhathawa. Barhathawa. DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMER SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 (iii) Supply and Delivery of Various Line Materials Grid Solar Energy and Energy and Installation of Lines. Chandragadhi. soon. Mirchaiya. Mirchaiya. The funding Solar PV Farms Development with an estimated source from Asian Development Bank (ADB) for cost of 46 million USD which deals with the this component is already completed. & 0. Gaddhachauki area. i) Component 1: Grid–connected is ninety seven percent (97 %). This project is jointly Ànanced by Asian Implementation of Loss Reduction and Distribution Development Bank (ADB). Nijgarh. some places of Kathmandu Valley and Birgunj is The GSEEP Project comprises of following two underway. GoN and NEA. The total cost of this project station in Swoyambhu & Mulpani. Mainapokhar and 11 kV switching Transmission Line. Contract No: DSRLRP. 2015. 6/8 MVA substation at Baniyani. distribution transformers of Grid Solar Energy and Energy EfÀciency Project (100. and lots comprising of up-gradation of substations at Gaur. Swoyambhu & (SF). Transmission Expansion and Supply Improvement Banskot. The total overall progress of the project components. Paraul. the proposed Tamakoshi-Kathmandu 400 kV Kushma. Gorkha. The total progress of the project under Lot 3 is 80% and expected to be completed by FY 2017-18.5 Million. installation of 15. The Ànancial agreement between GoN and completed. All the works under Lot-2 except up- switching station in Mirmi shall be commissioned gradation of substations at Mirmi is remaining. All the documentation Operation & Maintenance of 25 MWp Utility works. Mainapokhar and 11 kV Project Ànanced by ADB under Loan No. Jare.

Centers (in operation) has helped NEA for improved Billing and Revenue collection processes „ Present a Centralized monitoring of the in a modern efÀcient and cost effective manner. their billing through various services (counter/ the division plans to conduct more training mobile app/online/SMS etc. bills through phone lines. Ltd. It has helped NEA to collect revenue and get analytical reports on time. The project 64 Nepal Electricity Authority . human errors during meter reading and improve „ Web based services to the consumers (view the energy sales consumption ratio. In coordination with NEA Training Center. Dhading and regulatory requirements. Centers of NEA within this Fiscal Year. This system will be focused for urban/ NEA staff that has been operating with the billing rural consumers where the consumer can pay system. The Customer Management Information System (Lagat) has been implemented in various revenue Third party payment (Bank/other third parties) has collection centers which will help in keeping the already started in some of the Revenue Collection consumer database up to date. Computerized Billing and Networking Division „ Present a real time view of statistical data facilitating easy and quick decision making for Implementation of a Common Revenue Billing Senior and Top Management users through System (M-power) in 128 Revenue Collection executive dashboards.) and save time. existing NEA consumers in its vicinity. The division has plans to extend the third party payment system in more revenue collection Customized training programs were conducted to centers. in Naubise. Centers. entire utility using the Business Intelligence & M-power Billing System has provided NEA with a Analytics and Dash Boards as the dash boards wider and more sophisticated array of functions show the real time information on operational and features that would enhance the billing & revenue activities.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 2. above locations with ease. M-power the bills) and Interactive Voice response Billing System covers 92% of the total consumers System where the consumer can query the count and covers 94% of the total NEA revenue. efÀciency and provide greater visibility into the entire process chain. „ Introduce automated “Compliant Management Any Branch Payment System (ABPS) which has System” which would ease the organized been implemented inside Kathmandu valley has compliant registration and speed up the helped the customers to pay their bill in any of the response. Handheld Meter Reading „ Implement Third Party Payments where the Device (HHD) also in operation has helped reduce consumers can pay their bills real time. This Division has targeted the data migration/ „ Introduce “informative mobile App” where the Implementation (Completion) of M-power Billing consumer can get information about the dues System in all the remaining Revenue Collection and other information regarding NEA. to Centralized 20 revenue collection centers (inside and outside Kathmandu valley) as a pilot 3. programs to enhance the skill and knowledge of these staff for smooth operation of the Mpower Computerized Billing and Network Division Targets Billing System. Matatirtha Naubise 33 kV system which will: Transmission Line Project „ Help in the facilitation of uniform reporting This project aims at supplying power to United formats across NEA for quickly responding to Cement Industry Pvt.

Control Line construction work had been obstructed at Building & Installation of Electrical instruments different location by local community. transformer. Matatirtha Malta 33 kV supply. cable laying work 4. DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMER SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 will help to improve the quality of supply and reduce the technical losses of the area also. The project was started in FY 2009/10 with funds from infrastructure development program of Ministry of Industry. GoN Here. Matatirtha Markhu 33 kV of the area also. Most of the including Power Transformer has been completed. 6/8 MVA substation at Khani khola hydropower feeder. The project was started in FY 2009/10 with electricity in Kulekhai area of Makawanpur district funds from infrastructure development program and its vicinity. The project will help to improve the of Ministry of Industry. etc. Lalitpur and construction work is completed and remaining evacuation of power produced by Pashupati Energy work is scheduled is to be completed within FY Pvt. Ltd. Naubise transmission line is done. Construction of Naubise substation is completed and substation is charged from Dhadhing Feeder. About 80% of the transmission line construction work is completed and remaining work is in rapid progress. Line construction work had been obstructed at different location by local community. IEE report had Transmission Line Project been approved and counting & marking of trees within the right of way of 33 kV transmission line This project aims at supplying power to Laxmi is going on. The scope of the project includes Transmission Line Project the construction of 33/11 kV. quality of supply and reduce the technical loses 5. GoN. IEE report had been approved and counting & marking of trees within the right of way of 33 kV transmission line is going on. Construction of Markhu with single circuit 15 km Transmission line 33 kV line from Matatirtha to Malta is in progress. The project will help to improve the 2074/75. 10/13.Ltd. etc. The scope of the project includes the construction of 33/11 kV. Polling work of 33 kV Matatirtha. 2*6/8 MVA substations along with double circuit 13 km 33 kV line. The main scope of the project is and the substation is in operation charged with construction of 33/11 kV. transformer. from Matatirtha to Markhu. poles. poles. Substation. About 65% of the transmission line Cement Industry Pvt. Most of the local community issues have been sorted out by addressing some issues related with electricity supply.6 MVA substation along with double circuit 35 km 33 kV This project aims to meet the growing demand of line. civil and quality of supply and reduce the technical losses electrical work of Malta substation is completed of the area. in Malta. (6MW) and suply existing NEA consumers in its vicinity. local community issues have been sorted out by 33 kV Bay extension work and 33 kV Control addressing some issues related with electricity Panel Installation works at Matatirtha Substation Nepal Electricity Authority 65 . The work Under construction under ground is scheduled to be completed within FY 2074/75.3/16.

1.5MVA substations one each at is expected to complete in FY 2017/18.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 33 kV Bay extension work at Matatirtha Substation has been also completed. Dhankuta. Funding of this work was constructed & freed this line. completed. This work is scheduled to be maintenance of this Jaljale-Buipa 33kV line was completed with FY 2017/18. electriÀed. 33/11 KV Substation Rehabilitation Work Jaljale-Buipa 33kV line (69km). The scope of this project includes the construction Khotang & Okhaldhunga districts have been 66 Nepal Electricity Authority .D. Malangwa and Sitalnagar Butwal. Balardaha 11kV line construction has been completed. 33/11kV.5 km of 33kV transmission line. commissioning part is remaining. Nepaljung. 80 km construction work is in progress. Distribution System Augmentation Project been completed only substation testing and This project is jointly Ànanced by GoN and NEA.5 km of 33kV line. Yadukuwa (Janakpur). completed & successfully charged at 33kV voltage level. Substation construction work at Okhaldhunga S/S has 6. Now. 8. Construction The scope of the project includes: of 32. one of the remote Contract has already been awarded and this work VDC of Northern regions of Khotang has been is scheduled to be completed with FY 2017/18. 7. 1. Transmission line of 32. (Rajbiraj). Buipa-Lamidanda-Bhadaure parallel Tulsipur. Arghakachi.5 MVA Buipa Substation is Transmission Line Project charged after long time of its completion. constructed by The Capacity of nine. Àrst time after its completion on 2000 A.5 km of LV distribution line and installation & Rehabilitation of 33/11 KV Substation in charging of 25 nos. 69. So. which be upgraded with 9x6/8 MVA power transformers is the only source line for this project. 33/11kV Sub-stations shall the then Jaljale-Diktel 33kV line project. Okhaldhunga and Khotang districts. Buipa-Bakshila 11kV line construction has been completed & Bakshila. parallel new 11kV line upgraded to higher capacity. Devighat. 31. Buipa-Okhaldhunga 33 kV And.79km of 11kV line. The project was of 11kV and 80 km of LV distribution line and started in FY 2010/11 with funds from GoN and two 33/11kV. had been and the old eight power transformers shall be charging at 11kV. Necessary is bear by NEA itself. of Transformers have been Milanchowk (Butwal).

90km of 11kV and 90 km of LV of Electrical Equipment & Installation works for distribution line in Khotang and Udaypur district. Khotang. 33/11 kV complete in FY 2018/19. The scope The scope of the project includes construction of of the project includes the construction of 33/11 a 3 MVA. Supply 11. interconnection facilities. The project is scheduled Out of these. 3 MVA. The land acquisition The 33/11kV. 13. Butwal and problems & improved the quality of electricity in Nepalgunj. 16 MVA and Distribution Transformer of various 9.000 way. Bharatpur-Madi 33 KV Sub-transmission 10. 20 km of 33 kV kV. The Project is scheduled to complete put into operation. 33kV Bay extension process for 33 kV line and Substation are ongoing at Jaljale substation has been completed & now in progress.2km of 11kV line and 33km of LV distribution line construction have been completed and 12. Chautara-Sindhupalchok 33 kV Line & RE Project substation Project This project is Ànanced by the Govt. DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMER SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 connected to central grid system of Nepal. maintenance facilities for Major works to be performed under this Project Distribution Transformer will be provided there.4 kV Distribution Network at Nepal Electricity Authority 67 . include the construction of 14km of 33kV Civil Construction works of Transformer Workshop transmission line. Khotang & Okhaldhunga districts. 8 km of 33 kV underground Cable. of distribution transformer have been 33 kV line Project installed & charged. Rasuwaghat-Khotang S/S and RE Project rating under the corresponding regional ofÀces will be available. Transformer Testing Lab. 1x3 MVA capacity Building at different regional ofÀces are on the substation at Rasuwaghat (Bagedhunga) of way. Major Electrical equipments have been households of the area. 750kVA transformer has been process has completed recently. The tendering charged in Bagedhunga. The construction of 33 kV line from 30 km of 11 kV line and 50 km of 0. The project is scheduled to 20 Km of 33 KV overhead line. 6/8 MVA Substation with 33kV line was freed and charged at 33kV level. The project funded by GoN aims to meet the growing demand of electricity in Madan Kudari- Store cum Quarter building has been constructed Majhifeda area of Kavre District and its vicinity. With the construction of the project. Sindhupalchok District and its vicinity. Tender has been Áoated for supply Khotang district. 33/11kV. 33/11 kV substation. in Bagedhunga. Also. of Nepal (GoN) The project funded by GoN aims to meet the and is being implemented for the electriÀcation growing demand of electricity in Chautara area of of Madi area and its vicinity in Chitwan district. facilities. 37. Transformer Testing Lab Construction Project of line from 3 new 11kV feeders of newly charged The aim of this project is to construct the Buipa Substation has solved the voltage drop Transformer Testing Lab at Biratnagar. 6/8 MVA Substation with interconnection overhead line. After charging of 5km The scope of the project includes the construction long parallel 11kV line. Rasuwaghat-Bagedhunga of 33/11 kV. Construction of 33/11kV 3 in FY 2019/20. Also. Madankudari-Makaibari-Singati 11nos.4 kV line and Lamosanghu to Chautara is about to complete. substation & 11/0. installation of 24 distribution transformers. The project is Various Routine Test of Power Transformer upto expected to complete in FY 2017/18. Also. The Substation Civil construction works is on the project will provide electricity to about 11. The construction of manufactured and Inspection and Testing works substation and U/G cable and Construction of are on the way. MVA Bagedhunga substation is in progress. 10 km of 33kV transmission line. to complete in FY 2018/19.

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Madi area of Chitwan District has been completed during the local Project appraisal: Minutes of
and successfully charged on Baisakh 30, 2073. Meeting dated December 17, 2014. The Portion II
(NEC) related to the neighbourhood electriÀcation
14. Parsa 33 KV Sub-Station Project in Salme, Valche and Kaule VDC and further
The project funded by GoN aims to meet the measures beneÀtting the population in the vicinity
growing demand of electricity in Parsa and its of the transmission line. The project includes
vicinity. The scope of the project includes the consulting services during project implementation
construction of 33/11 kV, 6/8 MVA Substation for design, procurement and supervision.
with interconnection facilities. About 90% of the
substation construction work is completed and The scope of work has been prepared based
remaining work is scheduled is to be completed on the requirement of the project and the data
within FY 2017/18. collected through various resources and Àeld
visit from consultant. It includes construction
15. Rasuwa Nuwakot Distribution System of 6/8 MVA, 33/11 kV substation at Bhalche of
Reconstruction Project (KfW Grant Project) Nuwakot district, construction of 12 km 33 kV
Neighborhood ElectriÀcation Component line from Trishuli 3B Hub substation to Bhalche
substation, construction of 50 km of 11 kV & 50
The Project concerns the construction of the 220
km of 0.4 kV lines using covered conductor & ABC
kV Chilime-Trishuli Transmission System (“Portion
cable and installation of 30 Nos. of distribution
I”) as well as a Neighbourhood ElectriÀcation
transformers in the vicinity of the 220 kV Chilime-
Component (“NEC”) (“Portion II”). The purpose
Trishuli Transmission line corridor. The selection
of the Project is to expand and improve the grid
of contractor for Design, Supply and Installation
infrastructure for the efÀcient evacuation of
of Neighborhood ElectriÀcation works consisting
electricity from hydropower to the Integrated
of 33/11kV New Substations and associated
Nepalese Power System and to contribute thereby
33kV, 11kV & 0.4kV Lines is under process.
to an increased power supply and to a reduction
in transmission losses and in CO2 emissions. In Reconstruction and Improvement of
addition, the project aims at reliable distribution Electricity Distribution System
of power evacuated through the Trishuli-Chilime
The project “Reconstruction and improvement
transmission line and upstream hydropower
of electricity distribution in earthquake affected
projects to new customers in some speciÀc
districts” contributes to enhance the situation of
locations in the vicinity of the transmission line.
the earthquake affected population in Rasuwa
This is to contribute to sustainable economic
and Nuwakot by enabling them to satisfy
and social development in Nepal and to improve
their basic needs. It aims at improving the
living conditions by providing access to a reliable,
access to electricity in the respective districts
sustainable and climate-friendly power supply,
by rehabilitating and improving the electricity
and contribute to poverty reduction and the Àght
distribution infrastructure after the earthquake in
against climate change.
April 2015. The project comprises the Ànancing
The design of the Project is based on the Feasibility of immediate relief measures with respect to the
Study “FS 220 kV Transmission System Project” distribution network and short to medium term
by Lahmeyer International GmbH dated July 2014 electriÀcation measures as well as related project
available to KfW and the Project-Executing Agency measures that will be identiÀed in the further
and on the agreements made between KfW and development of the project.
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The envisaged scope of the project consists of Phase 4: to implement all NEA Meters in Smart
two components: meter then gradually transformer and
then substation automation.
Relief component: KfW agreed with the proposal
of NEA to Ànance immediate activities such as For Phase 1 contract has been awarded and
the replacement of overloaded transformers as work is in progress, scheduled to complete in FY
“immediate relief measures”. The selection of 2017/18.
contractor for immediate relief measures is under
process.
17. GIS Smart Grid Project
This project is funded by the Govt. of Nepal (GoN) in
ElectriÀcation component: The electriÀcation F.Y.2016/17. The scope of the project includes:
measures will comprise the construction and
reconstruction of several medium and low „ To manage proper information about
voltage distribution lines, the construction of poles, transformers & meters along with
small substations, the instalment of distribution the consumer’s information geographically
transformers and other related project measures through GPS enabled system called as Survey
that will be identiÀed during the design of the Information Management System (SIMS).
Ànal project measures. The Ànal design of the
electriÀcation component and the selection of In this Fiscal year 2073/74 as a pilot project
project measures will lie within the responsibility currently a GIS mapping of Jorpati Distribution
of the implementation consultant in consultation Center is in progress. Gothatar Feeder’s under
with NEA and the target group. area survey has been completed and another
Mulpani feeder’s under area survey is going
KfW emphasized that the set-up of more detailed on. For the above work, the software that costs
and quantiÀed indicators for measuring the approximately of NRs 1.2 millions has already
project’s output and outcome will be required at been developed in-house and tested by GIS
latest after the formulation of the detailed design Smart Grid Project of NEA, during the pilot survey
by the Implementation Consultant. The selection of Jorpati DCS.
procedure for consulting services to be provided
is under process. After successfully completion of the pilot project
GIS mapping of 16 different Distribution Centers
16. Smart Metering Smart Grid Project within & outside the valley will be conducted
This project is funded by the Govt. of Nepal (GoN) in within F.Y 2017/18.
F.Y.2016/17. The scope of the project includes:
18. 33/11 KV Substation Rehabilitation Project
Phase 1: to implement Automatic Meter Reading This project is Ànanced by the Govt. of Nepal
(AMR) System with implementing (GoN) and NEA. The aim of this Project is for
Automatic Metering Infrastructure (AMI) improvement in the reliability of distribution
application in existing TOD meters. system of 36 different distribution centers all
around the country. The main scopes of work
Phase 2: to implement three phase whole under this project are:
current meter with Smart Three phase
meter Package 1 (East Region): Rehabilitation of 33/11
KV substation in Dharan, Inaruwa,
Phase 3: to implement single phase analog to Mirchaiya, Rajbiraj, Mujalia, Damak,
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Dhulabari, Buipa, Bharadaha, Traghari Consumer friendly rural electriÀcation program
(Udayapur), Bhojpur, Jirikhimti . is becoming more effective to promote energy
access, consumer capacity building and livelihood
Package 2 (Mid Region): Rehabilitation of 33/11 development. Community Rural ElectriÀcation
KV substation in Kalaiya, Harsa, Program (CREP) has been playing an integral role
Simraungarh, Pokharia, Kawasoti, in rural development, empowering Rural Electric
Jeetpur, Chaumala,Baglung, Gularia, Community (REC) and to alleviate Poverty. In the
Bhiman, Kirnetar. journey of 14 years, CREP has achieved a major
success of accessing electricity to more than
Package 3 (West Region): Rehabilitation of 33/11
3,50,000 households of 52 districts through 275
KV substation in Palpa, Ghorahi,
nos. of Different Community entities.
Lumbini, Bharaulia, Mukundapur,
Belauri, Abu Kharaini, Baitadi, Despite of having many problems like insufÀcient
Dadheldhura, Doti. human resources and adolescent ofÀce itself, the
Community Rural ElectriÀcation Department performance of CRED evaluated as satisfactory in
FY 2016/17. During review period, CRED initiated
In order to expand the access of electricity services activities to resolve setback old community rural
to the rural areas on the demand driven approach, electriÀcation contracts successfully and by the
the Government of Nepal (GoN) has brought result hanged out contracts were regularized and
forward Community Rural ElectriÀcation Program most of them were completed in this year. CRED's
(CREP) since 2003 which is being executed. major activities of the year include:
NEA had established a separate Department
"COMMUNITY RURAL ELECTRIFICATION „ New NEA, Community Rural ElectriÀcation By-
DEPARTMENT (CRED)" to efÀciently conduct the Law has been approved by making the existing
Community Rural ElectriÀcation Program of GoN CRE By-Law 2071 compatible to the motive of
in 2003. Later on in 2010, CRED was dissolved re-formed CRED and addressing the problems
in the process of restructuring of NEA and the experienced in community rural electriÀcation
activities of CREP were carried out through eight program & operational activities. However, it
Regional OfÀces. However, the CREP activities is yet to be submitted for approval.
were slowed down due to lack of coordination at „ In order to strengthen the operating capacity
center and regional level. On this background, of RECs, training for Linemen and Accountant
CRED has been formed again in July 2013. was conducted. 15 Linemen personnel and
20 Account personnel were trained this year.
Under CREP, the GoN is contributing 90 % of the
rural electriÀcation Cost through NEA and the „ In order to bring uniformity in cost estimation
Rural Electric Community (REC) is required to of rural electriÀcation work, the major line
contribute remaining 10 % of the cost. NEA sells materials cost (Pole, Conductor, Insulator,
bulk power to the RECs and RECs are responsible Transformer and Stay set etc) has been Àxed.
for operation and management of electricity „ The following programs of CRED are in different
distribution within the area. NEA provides services stages of execution.
up to 11 kV Line and the REC itself is responsible
„ ElectriÀcation: 50
for 400/230 Volt Line. NEA, Community Rural
ElectriÀcation By-Law 2071 governs the activities „ Rehabilitations and wooden pole
of NEA, REC and CREP. Replacement: 28
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technical losses. Besides review meetings were organized in each „ Building Construction: 1 (Pokhara) regional ofÀce by a DCSD central team to evaluate CRED has planned different activities in FY the overall performance of the ofÀce. this plan included regular inspection The functions of operation. billing. Pokhara. NEA and its consumers. Nepal Electricity Authority 71 . consumer interface points. All There are Eight Regional OfÀces (ROs) under the distribution centers are engaged to remove DCSD located at Biratnagar. in which proportion regional ofÀces. Massive awareness Some of the glimpses of the regional ofÀces are campaigns as workshops and review meetings presented here under. data download expansion of the distribution system up to 33 kV and analysis to curb any connection fault or voltage level and consumer services such as new manipulation. public and after a detailed study of the service NEA management made various decisions as facilities provided. difÀculties regional chief is also supported by account and encountered by the consumers in queuing for administrative sections in the related matters. Round the Loss Reduction Program clock no-light services have been implemented in most of the urban no-light centers. centers actively participated in this drive which and revenue collection are carried out by various was found to be much effective. maintenance. So. of non-technical losses is quite high. making payments were minimized. rural electriÀcation activities With the Queue Management System at some and management of small hydro power plants. The employees took There is provision of technical division headed special efforts to serve our valued consumers in by a Manager in each RO which looks after the more effective way. DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMER SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 „ Transmission Line: 1 (33 KV Line. 2017/18 for meaningful and result oriented implementation of CREP that will strengthen the Strict measures for electricity theft control as CRED and support the sustainability of the RECs conÀscation of electric equipments and taking too. legal action against culprits were also conducted in various distribution centers with the help of REGIONAL OFFICES local administration and security agencies. The ROs are main interface with the theft. to replace the defective meters and Kathmandu. Hetauda. These The distribution networks comprise of technical functions and activities were carried out by all and non. various measures taken in The region wise performance under the review the preceding years were continued to reduce period is summarized in Annex-1 and 2 below. many improvements have been ‘Immediate Action Plans’ to improve its functioning. The of the cash collection centers. the non-technical losses. Janakpur. Distribution Center under Regional OfÀces. Butwal. special efforts were Each regional ofÀce is headed by a director/chief taken to improve the quality of service at the and reports to the Deputy Managing Director. Palpa) were implemented in various distribution centers. effected for the convenience of the customers. All regional ofÀces and distribution consumer connections. technical matters. During the year under review. meter reading. Among many. In addition. and of Time-of-Day (TOD) meters. the hookings. Nepalgunj and penalize the people who are involved in electricity Attariya. operation and maintenance of off grid Customer Care small hydro power plants also falls under regional Distribution centers work as interfaces between ofÀce’s jurisdiction.

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BIRATNAGAR REGIONAL OFFICE in operation. 23 km of 11 kV line and 15 km of
LV line construction have been completed so far.
Operational highlights
Construction of 33/11 kV protection Scheme for
There are 17 Distribution Centers under 750 KVA Substation at Bhojpur is in progress and
Biratnagar Regional OfÀce (BRO) spread over will be completed in F/Y 2074/075.
Mechi and Koshi zones. The distribution loss of
BRO is 17.65%. Sales contribution to NEA system 3. Ilam-Phidim-Taplejung 33 kV
of this RO is 15.50%. The performance highlights Transmission Line Project
of this regional ofÀce during review period are as The scope of the project includes the construction
under. of 90 km of 33 kV transmission line in Panchthar
Energy sales (MWH) – 738,664 and Taplejung district. Construction of 33/11
kV, 3 MVA Substation at Phidim and 33 kV Bay
Revenue (million) – Rs.6,966.28 at Ilam Substation have been completed and in
Numbers of consumers – 5,62,414 operation. Construction of 33 kV line from Phidim
to Taplejung is also completed. Construction of
Project highlights
6/8 MVA substation at Taplejung and 33 kV Bay
The major projects being implemented under this at Phidim Substation are in progress. A temporary
regional ofÀce are as under. 33/11 kV, 1.5 MVA substation at Dokhu, Taplejung
is completed and is in operation.
1. Rake-Rabi-Chisapani 33 kV
Transmission Line Project 4. Aathrai Sakrantibazar 33 kV Substation Project
The project includes the construction of 25 km The project includes the construction of 25 km
of 33 kV line, 40 km of 11 kV line, 40 km of of 33 kV line, 25 km of 11 kV line, 40 km of LV
LV distribution line, construction of 33/11 kV, distribution line, construction of 33/11 kV, 6/8
6/8 MVA substation at Chisapani and 33 kV MVA substation at Sakranti bazar and 33 kV Bay
Switching Station at Ranke . Out of which, 15 km at Jirikhimti, Terahthum. Out of which, 13 km 33
33 kV line has been completed and remaining kV line has been completed and remaining works
10 km 33 kV line works are in progress and are in progress. Land for Substation at Sakranti
will be completed in F/Y 2074/075. Land for bazar has been already acquired and construction
Switching Station at Chamaita of Ranke and of boundary wall is completed. Contract for the
land acquisition for Substation at Chisapani Construction of Sub Station has been awarded by
has already been acquired. Contractor for the Project Management Directorate (PMD).
Construction of Substation has been awarded by
Project Management Directorate (PMD) and the 5. Bhedetar (Rajarani) 33/11 kV Transmission
works are in progress. line and Substation Project
The project includes the construction of 15 km
2. Dhankuta-Hile-Leguwa-Bhojpur 33 kV
of 33 kV line, 15 km of 11 kV line, 15 km of LV
Transmission Line Project
distribution line, Construction of 33/11 kV, 3
The project includes the construction of 50 km MVA Sub Station at Rajarani and 33 kV Bay at
of 33 kV transmission line, 52 km of 11 kV line, Bhedetar, Dhankuta. The land acquisition for
50 km of LV distribution line and one 33/11 kV Substation construction has been completed
substation in Bhojpur district. Construction of 33 and construction of boundary wall has also been
kV transmission line and 33 kV Bay/Switching completed. 33 kV line Construction works are in
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6. Dhulabari Jhapa 33 kV transmission line and z Panchthar, Taplejung and Bhojpur Distribution
Substation Project Line Strengthening Project

The project includes the construction of 33 kV z Chainpur Sitalpati 33 kV transmission line and
transmission Line, 11 kV Distribution Line and Substation Project
Construction of 33/11 kV, 6/8 MVA Sub Station z Bhojpur Balardah 33 kV Transmission Line
at Dhulabari. Construction of 33 kV Transmission and Substation Project.
Line and 6/8 MVA Substation have been
z Belbari Letang 33 kV Transmission Line and
completed and they are in operation. Construction
Substation Project.
of four 11 kV feeder are in progress.
JANAKPUR REGIONAL OFFICE
7. Ahale Dadhipurkot ElectriÀcation Project
Operational highlights
The project includes the construction of HT/LT line
and Installation of different sizes of distributions There are 14 Distribution Centers under Janakpur
transformers in Kot VDC. The construction of 3 Regional OfÀce (JRO) spread over Sagarmatha
km 11 kV line and 5.7 km 0.4/0.23 kV line and and Janakpur zones. The distribution loss of JRO
installation of 50 KVA transformers have been is 36.45%. Sales contribution to NEA system from
completed. Construction of 3 km HT line, 5 km of LT this RO is 7.79%. The performance highlights of
line and installation of two (25 KVA) transformers this regional ofÀce during review period are as
in other wards of Kot VDC are in progress. under.

8 Damak Na.Pa. Dharampur VDC Energy sales (MWH) – 371,349
ElectriÀcation Project
Revenue (million) – Rs. 3,379.00
The project includes the construction of HT/LT line
Numbers of consumers – 4,95,192
and installation of different sizes of distributions
transformers in Damak and Dharampur. Programme at Janakpur Regional ofÀce
Construction of 0.5 km HT line, 8 km of LT line Project highlights
and installation of two (50 KVA) transformers are
The major projects being implemented under this
in progress.
regional ofÀce are as under.
9. Hile Pakhribas Ranibas 33 kV
Transmission and Substation Project Sangutar-Okhaldhunga 33 KV
Transmission line project.
The project includes the construction of 33 kV
The project scope includes construction of 40 km
transmission Line from Pakhribas, Dhankuta to
33 kV line, 40 km 11 kV line, 40 km distribution
Ranibas(Ghodetar), Bhojpur and Construction
line and 33 kV bay at Sangutar. 60% of pole
of 3 MVA substation at Ranibas. Construction of
erection and 20 km of conductor stringing works
33 kV line has been completed and Construction
for 33 kV line has been completed and remaining
of Substation works are awarded by Project
work is in progress.
Management Directorate (PMD) and works are in
progress. Okhaldhunga-Salleri 33 KV
Transmission line project
Other Projects
The project scope includes construction of 40
The following projects in this region are also in the
km 33 kV line, 40 km 11 kV line, 40 km LT line,
various stages of execution.
33 kV bay at Okhaldhunga and 33/11 kV 1.5

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MVA substation at Salleri of Solukhumbu district. Other Projects
100% of pole erection and 80% of conductor
The following projects in the region are also in the
stringing work of 33 KV Line has been completed
various stages of execution.
and remaining work is in progress.
Shingadevi Raniban ElectriÀcation Project: The
Khurkot-Nepalthok-Rakathum 33/11 kV
project scope includes construction of 20 km
Transmission Line & Substation Project
11 kV line, 20 km LT line. 17% of work has been
The project scope includes construction of 31 km completed. Construction of remaining work is in
33 kV line, 30 km 11 kV line, 40 km distribution progress.
line at Sindhuli and Ramechhap District & 33/11
KV 10/13.3/16.6 MVA Substation at Rakathum. Nirmali Dada ElectriÀcation Project: The project
80% of construction work of 33 kV transmission scope includes construction of 10 km 11 kV line,
line has been completed and remaining work 10 km LT line. Tender for the construction of 11
is in progress. Land acquisition work has been KV and LT Line has been awarded and the project
completed and tender evaluation for construction is expected to be completed in 18 months.
of 33/11 kV Line and Substation is in progress.
HETAUDA REGIONAL OFFICE
Gadhaiya-Dumariya 33 kV,11 kV Line Operational highlights
& Substation Project.
The project scope includes construction of 25 There are 9 Distribution Centers under Hetauda
km 33 kV line, 15 km 11 kV line and 33/11 kV Regional OfÀce (HRO) spread over Narayani zone.
16.6 MVA substation at Gadhaiya- Dumariya of The distribution loss of HRO is 15.39%. Sales
Sarlahi district. Land acquisition work has been contribution to NEA system from this RO is 19.67%.
completed and tender evaluation for construction The performance highlights of this regional ofÀce
of Line and Substation is in progress. during review period are as under.

Energy sales (MWH) – 937,165
Haripurwa-Basantpur 33 kV Transmission
Line & Substation Project. Revenue (million) – Rs.8,800.72
The project scope includes construction of 20 Numbers of consumers – 38,1456
km 33 kV line, 20 km 11 kV line and 33/11 kV
Project highlights
16.6 MVA substation at Haripurwa-Basantpur of
Sarlahi district. Land acquisition work has been The major projects being implemented under this
completed and tender evaluation for construction regional ofÀce are as under.
of Line and Substation is in progress. „ Maulapur Pataura Rural ElectriÀcation and
Bhagwanpur 33/11 kV S/S Construction project. Distribution Line Project

The project scope includes construction of 20 km „ Chandranigahapur- Manpur 33 Transmission
33 kV line, 30 km 11 kV line and 33/11 kV 16.6 line Project
MVA substation at Bhagwanpur of Siraha district. KATHMANDU REGIONAL OFFICE
Land acquisition work has been completed and
Operational highlights
tender evaluation for construction of Line and
Substation is in progress. There are 19 Distribution Centers and one
Transformer workshop under Kathmandu
Regional OfÀce (KRO) spread over Bagmati zone.

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District.67%.720 district.331 POKHARA REGIONAL OFFICE Project highlights Operational highlights The major projects being implemented under this There are 11 Distribution Centers under Pokhara regional ofÀce are as under: Regional OfÀce (PRO) spread over Dhaulagiri and Gandaki zones.86%. Bhalche Numbers of consumers – 2. Construction work is in Udipur-Besisahar-Manang 33 kV Transmission progress and is scheduled to be completed in FY Line and Substation Project: 2017/18.88 Budhsing. DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMER SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 The distribution loss of KRO is 10. Expansion and System Reinforment Project The performance highlights of this regional ofÀce The project includes constuction of distribution during review period are as under.24%. The performance highlights of The project includes construction of 33 kV this regional ofÀce during review period are as Tramission line and 33 kV line bay at Ramechape under. Sales Sindhupalchok Electricity Distribution contribution to NEA system from this RO is 26. electric supply and Grid connection to IPP of Galkot area in Baglung district. The distribution loss of PRO is Khimti –Manthali 33 kV Trasmission line and 11. Construction work is in progress and is scheduled to be completed in FY 2018/19. Sales contribution to NEA system from Substation Project this RO is 5. 53 km of 11 kV.522. Phikure. been completed.2.22 Numbers of consumers – 6. Manang.5 The project includes construction distribution MVA substation in chame. system in diffrent VDCSD of Sindhupalchok Energy sales (MWH) – 1.126 Distribution line Project Project highlights The project includes construction of distribution The major projects being implemented under this system in Budhsing. Revenue (MillonNRs) – Rs. Khadakbhan- jhyang. The project includes the construction of 90 km of 33 kV transmission line. The construction of substation quarter. 1.574. Dansing. progress and is scheduled to be completed in FY Land acquisition for Manang Substation has 2017/18. Acquiring land for substation This project is being implemented to provide construction is under progress.65. Construction system different VDCSD of Dolkha and of 33 KV Transmission line is under completion Sindupalchowk district. Construction work is in stage. Gorsysng. Revenue (million) – Rs.This line will be charged within 3 months. Construction work is in progress and is Energy sales (MWH) – 270. 53 Sindhu-Dolakha Distribution line Project km of LV distribution line and one 33/11 kV. Kaule.281. Kaule. The major Nepal Electricity Authority 75 .14. regional ofÀce are as under: Khadakbhanjhyang. Gorsysng. Dansing. VDC of Nuwakot district. compound wall and substation work will Saghutar . transmission line Project The project includes construction of 33 kV line Galkot 33 KV Transmission Line and from Saghutar to Manthali and construction Substation Project: of substation.438 scheduled to be completed in FY 2017/18.33.Manthali 33/11 KV be tendered soon.90%. Phikure.

Land some part of Nawalparasi District. during review period are as under. After completion acquisition for Bhorletar Substation has been of this project the kaski area is seperated from this completed. The scope of the project consists of the The performance highlights of this regional ofÀce construction of 25 km of 33 kV transmission line. electric supply and Grid connection to IPP of Bhorletar area in Lamjung district.52% Sales Transmission Line project: contribution to NEA system from this RO is 14. Substation at Righa-Kharbang of Baglung District. 20 km 11 kV and 0. one 33 electricity at Lekhnath area. Land acquisition for BUTWAL REGIONAL OFFICE Sindhabesi Substation has been completed. one 33 KV bay Line and SubStation project: construction at Baglung substation and 3 MVA This project is being implemented to provide electric Substation at Galkot of Baglung district.4KV line. Other Projects: Lekhnath-Sindhabesi-Lamjung 33 KV Transmission Line and SubStation project: The following projects in the region are also in the various stages of execution. 5 km 11 kV and . Land Acquisition and Civil works for of this project are construction of 25 km 33 KV land protection for Sub-station construction at line. Land acquisition. Construction of SubStation KM.35%. Construction of 25 KM 33 KV line and SubStation construction work This project is being implemented to provide will be started in this F/Y. 11 KV line from Lekhnath 132 KV Substation quarter is already started and the substation to kotre Pole plant.19. The scope of this project is to construct 12 in completion stage.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 component of this project are construction of 2 Righa Kharbang 33 KV Transmission km 33 KV line. Operational highlights Construction of 33 KV line is on completion stage and substation work is completed 30-35%. Substation. „ Gorkhar Siranchour-Chiphleti 33 kV 10 km of 11 kV and . Construction of 25KM 33 KV line is feeder. one 33 KV bay Galkot has been completed.471. Kaski districts. 27 km 11 kV line. The major component completed. Damauli-Bhorletar 33 KV Transmission line and The Detailed survey of transmission line has been SubStation project: completed. There are 9 Distribution Centers under Butwal Regional OfÀce (BuRO) spread over Lumbini zone.4KV line. The major Lekhnath Distribution Line Rehabilitation Project: component of this project are construction of 25 The purpose of this project is to supply the reliable km 33 KV line.433 76 Nepal Electricity Authority .18 line work is in progress. The existing Khaireni KV bay construction at Damauli substation and feeder supplied electricity to Kaski.734 SS has been completed Construction of 33 KV Revenue (million) – Rs 6.4KV of LV distribution line Transmission Line Project and 33/11 kV 6/8 MVA substations at Sindhabesi „ Tatopani Small Hydro Power Rehabilitation Kaski and Construction of 33 KV Bay at Lekhnath Project. The scope of the project consists of the construction of 18 km of 33 kV transmission line. Tanahun and 6/8 MVA SS at Bhorletar of Lamjung District. Construction of 33 construction at Galkot substation and 6/8 MVA KV line and substation works are in progress. construction work is in tendered process. 33 KV supply and Grid connection to IPP of Kharbang Bay extensions at Baglung substation has been area in Baglung district. Damauli Khairenitar 33 KV The distribution loss of BuRO is 16. Numbers of consumers – 4. Land acquisition for Kharenitar 33 KV 6/8 MVA Energy sales (MWH) – 683.

The project is scheduled Gulmi Birbas 33/11 KV Substation to complete in FY 2074/075. Polling works has been completed up to this year The Major scope included construction of 30 km and replacing the distribution transformer on the 33 KV line and 33/11 KV 6/8 MVA substation and site. Purchasing 2074/075. 0. 5 km 0. The „ Lamahi-Charinje 33 KV transmission line and substation construction work will be completed in S/S Project.53% Sales contribution to NEA system from this RO is 6. Poling works 33 kV line as well as compound wall The major activities of this project are construction work was completed. Upto this Àscal year 2073/074.4KV 50 km.4 KV distribution transformer at Ridi . Upto this year. The project is scheduled to of distribution of 11 kv line 20 km . 50 km and connecting 40 number of 11/0. The polling work has 33 kV line . transformer at Thada. Thada Substation. transformer upgrading by 6/8 MVA 33/11 KV.4 KV line complete in FY 2075/076.4 There are 15 Distribution Centers under Nepalgunj KV distribution transformer. „ Yogikuti Shitalnagar 33 KV transmission line Amarai Dohali Wagla including 10 VDC Project project (Rural ElectriÀcation) NEPALGUNJ REGIONAL OFFICE The major activities of this projects are construction of distribution 11KV 100 km and LT Operational highlights line 350 km and connecting 60 number of 11/0. 3 MVA 33/11 KV Power various stages of execution. Myalpokhari including 5 VDC Project (Rural ElectriÀcation) The major projects being implemented under this regional ofÀce are as under. The distribution loss of NRO scheduled to complete in FY 2074/075. next Àscal year. The project is scheduled to complete connecting 50 numbers of 11/0. 15 km been running and Up to this year 70 % work was 11 KV line. 11 KV line and 33/11 KV 3 MVA substation .4 kv distribution in FY 2074/075.4kv LT line and along this line completed.Gulmi. Bheri almost 70 % work was completed. 11/0. DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMER SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Project highlights Purkotdaha.33/11 kV 6/8 MVA substation . The project is scheduled to The Major scope includes construction of 30 km complete in FY 2074/075. 6/8 MVA The following projects in the region are also in the substation. The polling work of 11 kv Ridi 33/11 KV Transmission Line and S/S Project line has been running. Gulmi Shantipur 33 kV Transmission line and 30km 11 Kv line and connecting 60 number of Substation Project. Up to this Àscal year Regional OfÀce (NRO) spread over Rapti.25%.Taulihawa line land has been completed for the construction of Reinforcement Project.. The project is scheduled to complete in FY 8 km 11 KV line at Shantipur .4 KV distribution transformer The project scope includes construction of 30 km and LT line 0.4 KV distribution transformer. The major activities of this project are construction of distribution line of 11 KV 50 km. of land has been in process for the construction of Shantipur Substation. The performance highlights of Nepal Electricity Authority 77 . The project is and Karnali zones. Arghakhachi. is 18.Gulmi. Purchasing of Bhairahawa . connecting Jeetpur Thada 33 kV Substation Project 30 number of 11/0. Upgrading Project Other Projects The major activities are construction of 30 km 11 KV transmission line and 33/11 KV.

kV substations at Holleri & Ghorahi. charged after testing and commissioning. Rajapur 33 kV Substation Project: Ghorahi-Holeri 33 kV Transmission Line Project The project scope includes construction of 15 km Scope of this project consists of the construction 33 kV line. pole erection and stringing of are in progress.609 Construction of 33/11 kV has been completed and is charged in 11 k. 33/11 kV. Surkhet. 750 kVA sub-station is obliged to complete the work within Bhadra of at Holleri will now come in operation by the end 2074 and at the same time the substation will be of Ashoj 2074. Dailekh Substation Project Sitalpati -Musikot 33 kV Transmission Line and The project includes the construction of 25 km of Substation Project: 33 kV. 10 km 11 kV line. 50 km of LV distribution line and two 33/11 at Rajapur.5 MVA Energy sales (MWH) – 297.818. 20 km 11 kV line and construction of Transmission Line Project 33/11 kV substation at Bijaura. by Bhadra 2074. as soon Surkhet Bijaura 33 kV Substation Project: as it will be done the work will keep in progress. 10 km 11 kV line and construction switchgear. For Musikot 33/11 kV substation the acquisition work of land is in process . kV substations of 3 MVA capacity at Musikot and another 33/11 kV substations of 1. The substation work at kudu Dang Bhalubang 33 kV Transmission Line Project: is in progress with procurement of all electrical The project scope includes construction of 25 km equipment like Power Transformer . shrawan 2074. 50 km of 11 kV line.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 this regional ofÀce during review period are as 40 km of LV distribution line and one 33/11 under. Sital pati substation is Project highlights almost completed and after a few arrangement of The major projects being implemented under this line from Tulsipur to sitalpati it will be charged by regional ofÀce are as under. MVA substation at Dullu and 33 kV Bay extension 78 Nepal Electricity Authority . Out of 70 km long 33 kV has been done. Land acquisition work and construction of boundary The scope of the project consists of the fencing wall has been completed. 10 km of LV distribution line The project includes the construction of 50 km & one 33/11 kV. Process has and contractor is obliged to charge the substation been initiated for land acquisition.10. 50 km of 11 line and construction 33/11 kV substation kV. erection of construction of 70 km of 33 kV transmission more than 170 Poles on the way to substation line. 15 km of 11 kV. 33 and 11 kV 33 kV line.5 MVA substation at Dailekh . Bardiya. Contractor been completed. conductor for 45 km and 11 km of 11 kV line has been completed. The project scope includes construction of 30 km Chhinchu-Rakam-Jajarkot 33 kV 33 kV line. 1. Land acquisition work .V.40 line.925 Sitalpati . 2. 100 km of LV distribution has been completed and procurement of goods line and two 33/11 kV substations at Surkhet like Power Transformer and and 33 kV switchgear and Jajarkot districts. 100 km of 11 kV. installation and erection works transmission line. Out of 50 km long 33 kV transmission Revenue (million) – Rs. 3 of 33 kV transmission line. Construction civil construction and the supply of electrical of 45 km 33 kV transmission line up to Holleri has equipment has been nearly completed. 10 km of distribution of 45 km of 33 kV transmission line. stringing of 34 km line & pole erection and Numbers of consumers – 3. All civil work has been almost Ànished 33/11 kV substation at Bhalubang.

90. The project includes the construction of 5 km 11 Nepal Electricity Authority 79 .683 The Project includes the replacement of wood pole. Construction of 33/11 kV. The major projects being implemented under this Pyuthan Substation Project regional ofÀce are as under. Rehabilitation Project: Energy sales (MWH) – 183.31%.532. Construction of boundary fencing of 90 km of 33 kV. 33 kV bay extension at district. of 33 kV line and 3 Mva substation at Bagthala Dailekh-Seri Line Extension Project and Chainpur. Construction of 33 kV Operational highlights transmission line from Kapurkot to Kalachaur has There are 8 Distribution Centers under Attariya been completed. 10 km of LV distribution line in Dailekh sub-station at Dailekh. Project work is on progress after Contract Surkhet substation and construction of 25 km agreement and expected to be completed by FY of 33 kV has been completed.85%. and procurement of electrical equipment is nearly 33 kV bay extension at Baitadi Substation. Numbers of consumers – 1.85 upgrading of Conductor size and Transformer. 40 km of LV wall and other civil structure works of equipment distribution line in Baitadi and Bajhang district . The project includes the construction of 3 MVA Khodpe (Baitadi) Chainpur (Bhajang) 33 kV 33/11 kV substation at Damti. 25 km of 11 kV. Project procurement of material is in progress Sales contribution to NEA system from this RO is and expected to be completed by FY 2017/2018. Contract for the 2017/18. upgrading of Conductor and installation Transformer work has Project highlights been completed. The distribution loss of ARO is 16. The performance highlights of this regional Badikot-Bijuwar Distribution System ofÀce during review period are as under. Land Transmission Line Project acquisition for substation construction has been The scope of this Project includes the construction completed.251 Replacement of wood pole.1. Civil work of Seti zones. 25 km of LV distribution is to be expected to complete it by 2017/18. 3. line in Salyan & Rolpa districts & 6/8 MVA 33/11 kV substation at Koilachaur & a switching ATTARIYA REGIONAL OFFICE substation at Kapurkot. 1. Transmission Line Project Land acquisition for substation construction has The project includes the construction of 15 km of been completed and other work is in progress. DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMER SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 at Surkhet. Pyuthan. Poling Kapurkot-Koilachaur 33 kV works of 33 kV line has been almost completed. done and expecting that project will be completed Contract has been awarded for the construction by FY 2017/2018. kV line from Rato nangla to Matela and 3 MVA 33/11 kV substation at Matela. Surkhet. construction of 11 kV line from surkhet to Dailekh and 3 MVA Substation at Dullu has been done Surkhet Gangate Matela Project 33 kV Transmission Line Project and Project work is on progress after Contract agreement and expected to be completed by FY The project includes the construction of 50 km 33 2017/18. Land acquisition for substation Regional OfÀce (ARO) spread over Mahakali and construction has been completed. foundation and control building work is on progress 33/11 kV substations at Chainpur and Bagthala. It 33 kV. 40 km of 11 kV.5MVA kV line. Revenue (million) – Rs.

„ Musya 33 kV Transmission line and Substation Project Other Projects „ Silyegada. 40 km of 11 kV.m. difÀcult terrain and insufÀcient Transmission line and Substation Project budget allocation. 40 km of 11 kV. Balanch(Gokuleshwor)-Khalanga 33 kV „ Baitadi Distribution line expansion Project Transmission line Project „ Lamki-Sugarkhal 33 kV Transmission line and The project includes the construction of 25 km of Substation Project 33 kV.m. and Substation Project Darchula work is under process.Katujapani 33 kV Transmission The following projects in the region are also in the line and Substation Project various stages of execution. 33 Substation Project kv transmission line from Balanch to Khalanga . 40 km of LV distribution Transmission line and Substation Project line in Bajura and Mugu district.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Martadi (Bajura)-Gamgadi (Mugu) 33 kV „ Mauwa-Nagardaha (Doti) 33 kV Transmission Transmission Line Project line and Substation Project The project includes the construction of 90 km of „ Sanphebagar-Chamara-Chautara 33 kV 33 kV. 33 kv transmission line from Sanfebagar „ Chameliya Distribution line Expansion to Martadi. „ Kailash Khola Small Hydro Power Contract has been awarded for the construction of Reinforcement project 48 k. 33/11 kV. 33/11 kV „ Budhar-Jogbudha Bagarkot 33 kV Transmission substations at Martadi and 33 kV Bay extension line and Substation Project at Saphebagar. Contract has „ Patan-Melauli 33 kV Transmission line and been awarded for the construction of 25 k.1. „ Sakayal 33 kV Transmission line and Substation Project 80 Nepal Electricity Authority .5 Mva „ Tikapur-Lamki Distribution System Substation at Jhakale’s work is under process. Project. Construction of 33 kV transmission is in progress. 40 km of distribution line in Achham and Bajura district . „ Dhangadi-Attaria Distribution System Saphebagar(Achham)-Martadi (Bajura)33 kV Reinforcement Project Transmission Line Project „ Mahendranagar Distribution System The project includes the construction of 48 km of Reinforcement Project 33 kV. The project is facing hurdles due „ Dipayal-Sanphe-Manma-Jumla 33 kV to long route. 5 km of 11 Kv/ distribution line in Darchula „ Attariya-Punarbas 33 kV Transmission line district . Reinforcement Project Construction of 11 kV transmissions in progress. 33/11 kV 3 Mva substations at Thaligad.

19.609 190.112 Temporary 8 Supply 136 125 119 1.62.217 10.648 350.917 348.995 Non- 2 2.265 5 Water Supply 11.030 5.719 459.703 50.034 18.016 5895 160.331 2.320 447 155 7.860 4 Industrial 6.821 248.733 15.207 585802 194.678 Nepal Electricity Authority 81 .719.838 Non- 2 Commercial 17.118 30.358 11.675 6 Irrigation 34. of Consumers (Nos) for F/Y 2016/17 1 Domestic 531.278 2.841 20626 23.200 23.010 17.523 197.748 101.023 724.352 288.914 9.659 2.754 62.213 Internal 14 Consumption 423 337 347 1.N.147.351 1.067 351.845 133 0 49 0 53. DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMER SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Annex -1: Features of Eight Regional OfÀces S.925 183.838 46.238 6.165 1281.902 180.944 6.036 0 0 3.406 6.771 12.580 4 Industrial 316.772 512 1.438 683.192 3.743 13 Entertainment 0 20 309 845 30 0 9 0 1.10.142 11.33.414 4.732 3.839 4571 11.029 1.257 33.654 4.322 1.693 31.746 5.530 139.657 116.154 430 5.036 Total 738.775 1.726 11.030 1.791 1.81.331 170 336 320 206 3.644 5.101 98.812 Sales Unit (MWh) for F/Y 2016/17 1 Domestic 316.907 53.764.597 Sales 12 Non Domestic 0 23 85 800 68 0 1 0 977 13 Entertainment 0 6 12 16 10 0 1 0 45 Internal 14 136 97 71 145 66 98 57 44 714 Consumption 15 Bulk supply 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Total 5.626 6.349 937.405 12.978 2.796 26.664 371.981 76.681 116.343 5 Water Supply 185 118 194 441 267 317 113 40 1.431 4.126 4.060.748 401.746 1.914 11193 827 270 4.389 86 184 130 856 3.895 1.65.972 2447 9675 17.935 Temporary 8 49 27 98 664 36 93 63 40 1.787 3 Commercial 38.787 11.480 2.244 12 Non Domestic 0 13 2.264 30.051 24.835 3.097 3.227 7 Street Light 6.257 Commercial 3 Commercial 2.043 156.95.456 6.326 10 Temple 988 440 1.555 12.058 1.070 Supply 9 Transport 0 0 1 41 2 0 0 0 44 10 Temple 861 365 575 576 604 965 448 279 4.681 30618 176.048 8.291 1.57.693 6757 20296 76.800 1.251 32.470 15 Bulk supply 0 0 0 0 0 3.719 20 0 0 6.720 270. Category Biratnagar Janakpur Hetauda Kthmandu Pokhara Butwal Nepalgunj Attariya Total No.978 2.626 7 Street Light 713 443 411 781 78 336 135 38 2.461 1.714 3.800 1.683 4.114 20.880 2.706 6 Irrigation 16.433 3.734 297.704 2.673 Community 11 119 110 75 116 491 223 128 335 1.130 255.025 9 Transport 0 0 587 5.788 19.191 103.752 8.809 1.095 Community 11 Sales 12.872 263.376 3.363 610.750 2.

107 1.624 Community 11 Sales 64.208 139.Y 2016/17 17.467 27. of VDCS having no 16 138 9 42 72 3 146 59 485 access to electricity No.873 57.552.878 2.389 40.349 3 Commercial 588.954 3.86 16.395.215 9 Transport 0 0 6.4103 1.412 2.710 85.991 444.522.524 2.412 96.30 42.072.878 53.14 Annex.006 10.723 3.350 Temporary 8 Supply 2.184 25.377.974 38.946 1.076 6 Irrigation 71.880 46.65 36.532.368 3.367 2.628 0 0 32. in NRs in 000) for F/Y 2016/17 1 Domestic 277.58 13.838 10 Temple 6.17 19.53 16.80 2 F.940 2.67 47.82 16.417 296 0 0 0 43.888 6.07 18.29 19.456 16.744 1.24 12.983 3.065.119 160.250 86.966.326 2.683 4.288 3.678 review (MWh) 82 Nepal Electricity Authority .005 8.761 19.Karnali Mahakali & Zonal Coverage Narayani Lumbini Koshi Sagarmatha &Janakpur Dhaulagiri & Rapti Seti No .345 4.581 148.30 13.564 4 Industrial 3.764.635 31.168 8.026.39 10.349 937.338 26.885 3.575 2.95 18.273 26.125 37.925 183.270 663.740 13 Entertainment 0 337 5.759 18.Y 2015/16 20.464 287.883 5.782 281.818.304 282.271 Non- 2 Commercial 282.009 11.730 2.189 2.225 2.038 Internal 14 Consumption 5.608.751 2.570 1.536 49.332.248 4.339.305 15 Bulk supply 0 0 0 0 32. of distribution 17 14 9 19 11 9 15 8 102 center Units sold during the year under 738.998 363.636 588.225 7 Street Light 57.114 24.456 1.774 2.434 735.574.895 26.45 16.69 17.231.2: Performance Status of Eight Regional Of¿ces Description Biratnagar Janakpur Hetauda Kathmandu Pokhara Butwal Nepalgunj Attariya Total Mechi & Jankapur & Bagmati Gandaki & Bheri .547 5.030 998.778 223.562.571 Loss percentage 1 F.502 2.438 683.635.547 233.858 27.28 17.379.503 5 Water Supply 86.459 241.471.764 6326 45.428 2.349 1.980.664 371.899 179.239 325.774.348 0 765 0 826.846 12 Non Domestic 0 205 41.850 47.761 482.287 1.103 19.41 11.185 561.787.230.55 19.Y 2014/15 17.45 15.847 139.735 149.666 3.52 18.628 Total 6.459 52.400 1.423 VDC partially electri¿ed No.33 11.183 14.726 14.251 436.24 11.31 16.254.639 743 0 136 0 21.026.848 71.692 781.of municipalities / 98 393 12 232 69 228 301 90 1.669 33.448.720 270.165 1281.411 55. of community 23 41 29 50 104 87 33 40 407 electri¿ed VDC No.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Revenue (Figure.441 4.978 71.324 2.949 36.734 297.800.83 2 F.of municipalities 3 129 10 166 270 136 9 9 732 / VDC fully electri¿ed No .676 2.354 185.270 94.

543.39 185431.57.463 3.076 3.491.822.72 213.414 4.01 29180.3 29898.603.19.16 32. Number of line 9.837.724 97.370.33.132 2.264.92 theft Loss Reduction Activities Meter change 3.209 1.975 11803 4325 3587 3.511 46.393.962 listed consumer Revenue to be collected from 94.645 256 450 876 457 18.170.13 74650.575 445 2.4 54208.8 49689.1 20 105 106. nos Public interaction 20 28 22 20 217 15 25 30 377 conducted.34 129695.576.737 9.875.640 3147.80 32478.331 2.54 disconnection Revenue collected from 111.427.350 1.706 2.91 Black listed consumer no.10 disconnection Action against 9.00 25.719.976 5.609 190.987 phase/single phase).282.68 3938.638 7.05 3.95.237.893 13.124 3367 5.67 409061.86 106206.88 220482.00 6.433 3.456 6.87 3.649 20.Km Transformer adding/ 30 180 140 30 72 36 30 45 563 upgrading nos.845 3.034 14.109 5572 1907 2924 43.126 4.70 615.58 Black listed consumer Revenue collected from 2.62.977 506 1.475 41.251 32.276 300 200 10.65 881.472 3565 2.504.264.541.317 2.10 7886.007 3.435.00 3.62 19620.56 100 61.202 disconnection Revenue to be collected from 135.898 14.65.758 949 503 16.889.03 375.42 1403.469 Total no of consumer at the 5.43 17.0 16029.735 6.27 82937.812 end of year No of Black 5.192 3.10.533 2.00 2.829 3.81.31 5817.099.921 2.651 Resealing 27.534.83 19662.317 257 6.00 31.462.21 25 22.138 Conductor Upgrading(HT/ 251. nos Public hearing.494 8. DISTRIBUTION AND CONSUMER SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Revenue (NRs in 000) Description Biratnagar Janakpur Hetauda Kathmand Pokhara Butwal Nepalgunj Attariya Total Billing Amount 6.24 36341.0 3.981.151 32.05 691 LT).533 theft Collection from action against 9.00 2.05 100976.506 8.453 35.40 598. 15 40 24 25 85 17 20 25 251 notice published Nepal Electricity Authority 83 .315.550.524.810.27 75434. awareness. Meter inspection (TOD/Three 656 15.

and requirement for the installation Directorate. is entrusted with directing and monitoring the activities of Àve departments namely: System SPD carries out periodic analyses of the existing Planning Department. reinforcement in the power evacuation system indicated in the 84 Nepal Electricity Authority . Corporate Planning and Monitoring stability are carried out. Each of these Power System (INPS) in the impending future. short circuit. This directorate study. Power Trade Department and ranking of transmission line projects prepared is responsible for trading of power both in by Project Management Directiorate (PMD). Information Technology Department The department was involved in Network Analysis develops innovative IT services so as to modernize of Lekhnath. Information Technology could pose operational risk and that reduces Department. For this.India the NEA Grid Code. Economic The department was involved with India-Nepal Analysis Department carries out Ànancial analysis Joint Operation Committee (JOC) in the joint of projects and proposes electricity tariff & service study of Synchronous operation of Central part charge adjustments. Finally. projects. of Nepal with Indian system with National Load Dispatch Centre. System Planning Department (SPD). generation planning and projects. steady and transient of Nepal. departments is headed by a director. India and prepared “Report on SYSTEM PLANNING DEPARTMENT Synchronous Operation of Central Nepal Grid with Currently. Power Trade Department and efÀciency due to outages in the Integrated Nepal Economic Analysis Department. MONITORING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE Planning. Monitoring and Information Technology the network.Dhalkebar generation projects is one of the main tasks of line (charged at 132 kV)”. System SPD also develops transmission conÀgurations Planning Department is responsible for carrying for evacuating power from planned generation out load forecasting.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 PLANNING. Corporate Planning and system and identiÀes constraints in the grid that Monitoring Department. It also analyses requirement Cross Border Interconnections Master Plan and for additional transmission lines. domestic as well as in international market as per NEA’s strategy and policy. different technical studies such transmission system planning of power system as load Áow. GIS analyzes the effect of new connection to NEA Grid to ensure The department was involved with India-Nepal satisfactory operation of the Grid in conformity with Joint Technical Team JTT to study Nepal.Damauli 220 kV transmission line various activities of NEA. Grid Impact Study (GIS) for new India through 400kVV Muzaffarpur. Department is entrusted with the responsibility SPD assists other departments of NEA by of developing Corporate Plan of NEA along with providing necessary data and suggestions monitoring and evaluating NEA-implemented regarding implementation of planned projects. a corporate wing of NEA is headed of capacitors and reactors according to the by Deputy Managing Director.

for MONITORING DEPARTMENT carrying out periodic monitoring and evaluation of projects implemented by NEA.8 Dailekh 30 Gandi Gad 1 Balanch 31 Tanahu HPP 140 New Damauli In FY 2016/17. is responsible for developing corporate and Nepal Electricity Authority 85 .8 godak 20 Buku Kapati HPP 5 Bamti 21 Madhya Midim HPP 4. PLANNING.4 khandbari 14 Langtang Khola HPP 20 Chilime Hub 15 Sapsup Khola 7. 5 Tankisinwari 4 HID 5 Kamane 5 Nepal Shalimar Cement Pvt. Name of Projects Capacity (MW) Connection Substation 1 Marshyangdi-1 HPP 112.8 Bhorletar 22 Madhya Daram A HPP 3 Harichaur 23 Madhya Daram B HPP 4.5 Tadi kuna 2 Super Aankhu Khola HPP 25. system to be built keeping in view the optimized transmission plan.27 Tadi kuna 6 Irkhuwa Khola-B HPP 15. MONITORING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Project Development Agreement (PDA) of Arun-3 Electricity Demand Forecast Report (2015-2040) and Upper Karnali and suggest any additional prepared by WECS. System Planning Department completed Grid Impact Study for the following SPD has been working out on a Load Forecast hydropower projects to be developed by the Study which is required to be in line with the private sector. Ltd 5 Naubise CORPORATE PLANNING AND periodic development plans and programs.5 Harichaur 24 Super Mai 'A' HPP 9.5 Bhorletar 12 Upper Chhandi Khola Small HPP 4 Udipur 13 Sabha Khola – A HPP 10.15 khandbari 8 Puwa-II HPP 4.N. List of GIS conducted projects in FY 2016/17 S. and for Corporate Planning and Monitoring Department assisting the National Planning Commission.8 Kabeli 17 Upper Chauri Khola HPP 6 Madankudari (Lamosangu) 18 Mathillo Richet 2 Salyantar 19 Super Mai 7.524 Khandbari 7 Lower Irkhuwa Khola HPP 14. Ltd.4 Trishuli 3B hub 3 Chameliya Chhetigad HPP 85 Balanch 4 Nilgiri Khola . Ltd. 50 Sardi s/s 3 Aarti Strips Pvt. Name of Projects Capacity (MVA) Connection Substation 1 Tanhun Hydropower Ltd. In FY 2016/17.2 Cascade HPP 62 Dana 5 Super Nyadi 40.6 Godak 25 Ghalemdi Khola HPP (upgradation) 1 Dana 26 Bagmati SHPP 22 Kulekhani I 27 Singati Khola HEP 25 Singati 28 Upper Lohore HPP 4 Dailekh 29 Padam Khola 4. Construction Power 8 Jaruwa 2 Hongshi Shivam Cement Pvt Ltd.4 Barahabise 10 Upper Piluwa -3 HPP 4. Load Shift Parwanipur 6 United Cement Pvt.96 Tilkeni 9 Middle Sunkoshi 3.95 Baneswor 11 Upper Midim HPP 7. System Planning Department completed Grid Impact Study for the bulk load of following industries.N.151 Lahan 16 Upper Phawa HPP 5. S.

institutional strengthening system and online meter application system. the Department collected. During the year under year introduced new NEA website and has added review. Remote network services including its signing. evaluated and some portal services in this website. PPA processing and signing: Intranet expansion with Àber optics cable and It covers PPA processing activities up to and wireless connectivity. hydropower projects. 6 projects were hydropower projects that are under construction. Functions of Power Trade ftp. 101 projects the department in this Àscal year are the were distribution system expansion and rural implementation of new E-bidding portal site for electriÀcation projects and the remaining projects double envelops system and the development included rehabilitation and maintenance of and implementation of complain management hydropower stations. System NEA management for carrying out various studies of about two hundred ofÀces was brought under related to institutional reforms and development. this Àscal year. Intranet. Department may be broadly classiÀed into three E-submission and network connection services categories: for different applications. 61 projects Other prominent IT services taken up by were transmission line projects. Besides. applications such as Àxed asset management system and accounting system The Department also plays the coordinating role of NEA will be functioning in the centralized in the development of hydropower projects under mode. the Department also provides input of all the NEA staffs will be generated at the for studies undertaken by various organizations central ofÀce hereafter. email. the the respective ofÀces of NEA are now being tested Department also provides necessary support to in the centralized database environment. database. It is the single window interface of the Department provides continuous ICT NEA with Independent Power Producers (IPPs) for maintenance / support and training at local and processing their application for Power Purchase regional level including Internet. Of these 190 projects: 10 projects were for support is being provided for more than 150 NEA feasibility study of storage and medium/large ofÀces altogether so far. are also being provided through IPsec and ssl vpn. centralized system this year. 86 Nepal Electricity Authority . The department has also in this Àscal different Ànancing mode.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Ministry of Energy and Ministry of Finance in the Payroll and Pension applications that were preparation of annual budget and programs for running conventionally in decentralized mode in projects being undertaken by NEA. Power Trade Department is responsible for trading of electric power in both domestic and cross Apart from the implementation of new IT services. Agreement (PPA). There are 189 bidders registered Information Technology Department is responsible and 341 contracts till date in our portal. Hopefully by the end of on topics related to NEA. A signiÀcant effort is also being made by the department towards the i. and renewable capacity addition. E-attendance reviewed monthly. for core IT-related activities/services within the organization with its rudimentary data center POWER TRADE DEPARTMENT located at central ofÀce IT department building. trimester and annual progress system has been implemented in more than 20 of 190 development projects implemented by new NEA ofÀces this Àscal year and continuous NEA. Document management system. Our new e-bidding portal has been implemented since this April and a total of 82 buyers have been IT DEPARTMENT registered so far. border market. Payroll and Pension In addition.

Hewa Khola "A" (14. updated with fresh entries of projects. MONITORING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 During 11th Power Exchange Committee (PEC) meeting held at New Delhi.9 MW). Operational Administration and monitoring of PPAs A total of 10 new projects developed by the Independent Power Producers (IPPs) with It includes PPA administration after their combined capacity of 116. PLANNING. ii.61 MW was commercial operation. With Nepal Electricity Authority 87 . Daraudi Khola "A" (6 MW).6 MW) and Dwari Khola (3. commissioned in FY 2016/17. the Basket is periodically execution till commercial operation.996 MW). iii. MW). technical review. Upper Marsyangdi "A" (50 connection agreement followed by Grid Impact MW). Tungun- study and investigation. Upper Madi Khola Finally. PPA implementation and monitoring completion of necessary criteria are processed towards the conclusion of PPAs. Khani Khola (2 Study and PPA draft preparation and negotiation.75 MW). When the earlier It includes PPA administration after its entries are completed. Projects that were The different stages involved are document commissioned are: Jhyadi Khola (2 MW). Jogmai the applications which have fallen into it with the Khola (7. grid Thosne (4.36 MW). a PPA Processing Basket is formed and (25 MW). Miya Khola (0.

A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 these 10 projects. to coordinate with Electricity Tariff Fixation Commission (ETFC). The department is mainly responsible for conducting the activities related While approving tariff revisions of 2013 and 2016. 102 projects of IPPs with their combined tariff to be submitted to Electricity Tariff capacity of 2043. commercial and market achieving better performance. to economic and Ànancial analysis of NEA. „ Prepare documents for review of electricity Similarly.9764 MW. NEA is also seeking approval from ETFC for the „ Formulate criteria for economic and Ànancial formulation of an appropriate formula for the analysis of NEA’s projects. 51 projects of IPPs with their combined „ Carryout comparative beneÀt study of capacity of 910. automatic adjustment of Electricity Tariff as per „ Cost beneÀts analysis of NEA projects. „ Assist other departments of NEA in prioritizing 15 MW and 2. their combined installed capacity of 441. Likewise. the total number of IPP-owned „ Cost analysis of electricity services distributed projects that are in operation has reached 60 with by NEA. total number of PPAs concluded till the end of FY 2016/17 has reached 213 with their combined The department is the focal point of NEA capacity of 3394.078 MW were „ Carry out study and evaluation on economic concluded. Additionally.0524 MW. analysis of NEA. Khani Khola-1 projects by NEA. Mujaffarpur reached an average of 250 MW. the installed capacity of and Ànancial sustainability of completed 3 projects. the the selection of the projects.525 MW respectively. Electricity Authority. namely. Electricity Tariff Fixation Rules. NEA ECONOMIC ANALYSIS DEPARTMENT had been facing huge Ànancial loss in the past. During FY 2016/17. The department also In FY 2016/17. import from India through supports Power Trade Department in the process various transmission lines including Dhalkebar- of concluding PPA with IPPs. with their combined capacity of 532. In the absence of periodic tariff adjustment. „ Prepare Log Frame of generation and transmission line projects of NEA. Tinau Khola.613 MW are under construction. Fixation Commission (ETFC).311 MW are in other stages of hydropower generation and transmissions development. 88 Nepal Electricity Authority . Mainly ETFC had directed NEA to prepare an action plan the department is assigned with the following for: loss reduction. With this. 28 new PPAs lines of NEA. Monitoring and by ETFC have somehow made positive impact in Information Technology Directorate of Nepal improving NEA’s Ànancial health. administrative reforms and responsibilities: effective power plant operations. and Pikhuwa Khola were upgraded by 0. Complying to these directives of ETFC has also helped NEA in „ Financial/ economic. Economic Analysis Department is one of the Àve The tariff adjustment of 2013 and 2016 approved departments under Planning.675 MW.

The dam site is Concrete Laboratory. The dam Directorate has rendered its services to NEA site is located at Rabuwa at an aerial distance of and private sector particularly for the study of approximately 1. NEA and to the private parties. Dudhkoshi Storage Hydroelectric Project that branches from Ghurmi – Diktel road at Bijule.5 km provide the much needed human resources skills southwest of Lamidanda airport. It boundary of Khotang and Okhaldhunga districts is headed by a Deputy Managing Director. which is at an aerial distance of about Project Development Department. Soil Rock and 140 km east of Kathmandu. Training The Powerhouse site is located at Dhitungat at Center under Engineering Services Directorate an aerial distance of approximately 12. Dam Site of Dudhkoshi Storage Hydroelectric Project Nepal Electricity Authority 89 . The dam site can also be accessed by these services to various departments within other 30 km fair weather road from Okhaldhunga. Environmental and Social accessible from a 20 km long fair weather road Studies. ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE Engineering Services Directorate is entrusted DUDHKOSHI STORAGE with the responsibility to carry out engineering HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT studies beginning from the identiÀcation to Dudhkoshi Storage Hydroelectric Project detailed engineering design.5 km northwest of Lamidanda hydropower and transmission line projects. Likewise. and Upper Arun Hydroelectric Project provide Khotang. geological and geotechnical studies. Nearest road for and knowledge. The airport. environmental (DKSHEP) is located on Dudhkoshi River at the studies. The in Eastern Development Region of Nepal.

Environmental Management Plan recommended for development. A Contract agreement was made between NEA and ELC ElectroconsultS. prepare carried out the feasibility study in 1998 for 300 tender documents and tender drawings. the installed capacity of the project could be increased to 840 MW. are to carryout necessary Àeld investigation. The study further revealed that with the possibility of increasing the full supply level up to 640 masl. Social Impact as the viable and attractive option and hence Assessment. (Italy) in association with NEWJEC Inc.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 from Asian Development Bank (ADB) under Project Preparatory Facility for Energy (PPFE). carryout detail design. A fair weather current status of the existing Feasibility study.p. (Japan) on 30th May 2016 and Terrestrial Laser Scanner Survey at Dam Site the Consultant commenced the work on 19th July 2016.A.e Toe Option and Tunnel Option assuming full supply level of 580 masl as conceived in the feasibility study and the comparison distinctly showed that the Tunnel Option with installed capacity 365 MW is better than Toe Option with installed capacity 210 MW. road that connects Dhitung village and the Middle The overall objectives of the consulting services Hill Highway at Halesi is about 11 km long. and detail engineering studies of DKSHEP (ii) civil works for core drilling and construction of test adit of DKSHEP. GoN of the project was conducted by NEA in 2013. Government of Nepal approved the subsidiary Grant Agreement between NEA and GoN for (i) feasibility and/or engineering studies. The Nationwide Master Plan Study on storage type hydroelectric power development in Nepal conducted by JICA in 2014 identiÀed and selected 10 most promising storage projects for development in which Dudhkoshi tops the ranking. The and leading multilateral agencies requirements study compared the two options i. prepare MW installed capacity where it was identiÀed Environmental Impact Assessment. including IEE/EIA/SIA. The procurement of consulting services for Updated Feasibility Study and Detailed Design of the project was initiated with the grant assistance Core Drilling Work at Dam Site 90 Nepal Electricity Authority . This project was Àrst identiÀed during the Master update the existing Feasibility study of Dudhkoshi Plan Study of the Koshi River Basin in 1985. NEA Storage HEP. The review study and Construction Plan to meet the NEA. The main objective of this study is to proposed powerhouse site is located at a distance prepare the project for implementation from the of about 8 km at Dhitung village.

Geology of the economic and Ànancial analysis of different proposed Dam-sites and powerhouse-sites project alternatives. Khotang and Satdobato. A Contract these rivers is being done with the objective of agreement was made between NEA and East up-grading the existing rating curve for water level Management & Engineering Service Pvt. The project and District Development and submitted to DoED for approval and is under Committee. considering the geological was held on February 10. the Core Drilling work and site. estimated Àeld reconnaissance. The duration of Report considering eight different alternatives of Updated Feasibility Study and Detailed Design project development with Full Supply Level of 600 is 30 months. The Project at original dam site and potential powerhouse has completed the preliminary activities such as location 2. 2017 and the Contractor has been mobilized in project site. The geological and To summarize the activities carried out till date. power system layouts. including methodology and cost and downstream release water volume work plan for the ongoing studies. Lalitpur.. the project area is going on. Khotang have signed an agreement process of approval. of the project is taking a good pace and the Project team is working at its best to complete the The Consultant has submitted the Interim Design planned works in time. geotechnical report (Phase 1) has been prepared summarizing the investigations and results till the updated feasibility study and detailed design date. monitoring station at Rabuwa Bazar. Nepal for Core Drilling. from dam site. Ltd. and socio-environmental aspects of project development are being collected at the project As a part of the study. A Field survey was organized of 12 July 2017. for renting land and buildings owned by DDC. past Áood Records. The inception presentation of the masl and 640 masl. fencing aimed at obtaining a detailed DEM and extracting around the plot and the rehabilitation of existing geo-mechanical parameters of the rock mass. and bed-load sediment is being carried out in Separate bids were called for Core Drilling and Dudhkoshi river and its tributaries Thotne Khola Construction of Test Adit necessary for Updated and Rawa Khola. The buildings is in progress.5 km downstream was conducted supply of drinking water. The Project is in process of establishing its site The ToR and scoping report for EIA were prepared ofÀce. Nepal Electricity Authority 91 . The report has analyzed the Updated Feasibility Study and Detailed Design different alternatives. river (RCC) Gravity Dam and RockÀll Dam and also morphology. results of the review of existing data/reports and regulation volume. The report has also included the detail comparison of Roller Compacted Concrete Data regarding hydrology. on 15 June. A total determining the Áow contribution of Rawa Khola of 370 m of core drilling has been completed as and Thotne Khola. The Scoping notice for Environmental Impact Assessment was published on 14 February 2017. Measurement of suspended sediment Construction of Test Adit is being carried out. Khotang located in Lamidada Rural Municipality Terrestrial Laser Scanner Survey of the slopes near Lamidada airport for ten years. ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 for construction of the Project. access road. 2017 summarizing the and geotechnical stability. The Progress of Updated geophysical survey and the geological mapping of Feasibility Study achieved till March 2017 is 24%. construction time. Discharge measurement in Feasibility Study of the Project. site clearance. The Contract Agreement was to understand the condition of upstream glacier made between NEA and Himalaya Construction/ lakes including Imja Lake and access the potential Waiba Infratech JV for Construction of Test Adit risk of a GLOF event.

8 m diameter pressure Barun National Park. the issuance of the Survey License to NEA for the Study of UAHEP was not needed.8 km long road tunnel. the project consists of 7.8 m3/sec (Q72) and generates Tumlingtar Hub through 49 km long double circuit the Àrm energy of 2050 GWh per annum. The powerhouse lies at the NEA has given priority for the development of Sibrung in Hatiya Village. site. Now about to Chepuwa Village. Installed capacity of Ikhuwa Khola Hydropower Project (IKHPP) is proposed to be 30 MW as per the feasibility study conducted by Department of Electricity. An access road with total length of 24 km will be required to reach headwork site along the left Based on the feasibility study carried out on 1991. The design discharge of is proposed to be evacuated to national grid from the project is 78. near the dam site of Arun 3 HEP. 18 m the project are located on the left bank of Arun diameter surge shaft with 60 m long penstock River which is outside the buffer zone of Makalu tunnel. Feasibility study of of the conÁuence with Chepuwa Khola near this project was carried out by NEA in 1991. is km east of Kathmandu. all the main structures of spillway. The Cabinet of Nepal Government. of pelton turbine-generator units. located in Sankhuwasabha District about 700 which lies on the upper reach of the Arun River. on 2069/11/04. The project cost is revised based on prevailing unit rate and road facilities which is already built up to Num. the FS report 1991. The access road will consist of the installed capacity of Peaking Run-off the River 1. Review Study of this project was carried out by NEA in the year 2011. the nearest air strip from the project availability of abundant Àrm energy. 454 m high. The proposed dam site is one of the most attractive projects in the Eastern located in a narrow gorge about 350 m upstream Development Region of Nepal. As per 220 kV transmission line. The power capability of the integrated Nepal Power System house lies at the distance of about 32 km from due to its relatively low cost of generation and Tumlingtar. The project has design head of 492 m. weir with three gated Except the head works. The UAHEP. underground desanding basin. 92 Nepal Electricity Authority . bank of Arun River. Hence.8 km long headrace tunnel. nearby the conÁuence this project as to augment the energy generation of Arun River with Leksuwa Khola.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 UPPER ARUN HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT The Arun River is bestowed with high Àrm Áow and steep river gradient making very favorable Upper Arun Hydroelectric Project (UAHEP) is for the hydropower development. 2. The power from UAHEP type UAHEP is 335 MW. The Study reconÀrmed the attractiveness of the project. had granted permission to Nepal Electricity Authority to implement UAHEP under the ownership of the GoN. shaft and underground powerhouse with 4 no.

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) there on and Revision of Cost Estimate for the of the project was approved in 2004.NP to the Government of Nepal. Initiating ofÀcer for the land Upper Arun Hydroelectric Limited (UAHEL) was acquisition has been approved by the Ministry registered in Company Registrar OfÀce on 12 of Energy. „ Procurement of Consulting Services for Detail Engineering Design and preparation of Bidding UPPER MODI ‘A’ & UPPER MODI Documents of UAHEP and IKHPP HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT  z Evaluation of EOIs for procurement of Upper Modi ‘A’ Hydroelectric Project (UMAHEP) was Consulting Services for the assignment for identiÀed during 1997 and the Feasibility study of short listing of Consulting Firms. the study of UAHEP & IKHPP (Detailed Engineering design and Environmental and Social Study) is „ Other Activities are as follows: being carried out with the Ànancial assistance of  zFormation of Project Management Unit World Bank (WB) under Power Sector Reform and (PMU). Detail Engineering Design and Constructing Supervision of Access Road for UAHEP and As preparation of the projects for implementation. ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 After the construction of the IKHPP. for overall managements of Projects Sustainable Hydropower Development Project under Component A for PSRSHDP. amendments and clariÀcations 42MW. Cumulative Impact Assessment (CIA) Ànancing capacity for the operation of the project.  zSubmission of TOR and Cost Estimate The following is the summary of the activities for Dam Safety Panel of Experts (DSPOE) to performed in the FY 2073/74: WB and preparation of draft TOR and Cost Estimate for Environmental and Social Panel „ Preparation of Project for construction viz. Additional assignment. of Experts (ESPOE). Detailed Engineering Design and Environments and Social Study of the Project and its  zApplication for Survey and Generation components. (PSRSHDP). The World Bank has provided a credit of US$ 20 Million on the proposed credit number  zPreparation of Procurement Plan for 5728. IKHPP. Falgun 2073. this project was completed in the year 2000. This includes: Licenses of the Projects UAHEP and IKHPP under the ownership of UAHEL Company. The Feasibility study was revised and updated in the  z Preparation and issuance of Request for year 2012. The different components of PSRSHDP. Engineering design and Construction Supervision of the Access Road for the UAHEP is being carried  zPreliminary preparation work for the land out with the funding of Government of Nepal. and Social Planning Studies (SPS) for UAHEP NEA Board recently decided to develop both the and IKHPP projects under a Public Company for which Upper Arun Hydroelectric Limited has been formed by „ Procurement of Consulting Services for the Board. study regarding Biological part was approved in Nepal Electricity Authority 93 . the ownership „ Procurement of Consulting Services for of this project is proposed to be transferred (fully Environmental and Social Impact Assessment or partially) to the local people based on their (ESIA). Evaluation of RFPs is ongoing. acquisition works for the construction of Camp Facilities. The project is designed to generate Proposal (RFP).

the project is proposed to be developed was identiÀed and brought to preliminary study in the Engineering. To address this change. Remaining 4 km of additional road Consultant is expected to be in place by the end from Kyumi is required to access headwork site of October 2017. for camp site and powerhouse was carried out. supplementary and short-listed 5 of the Consulting Àrms for EIA study has been initiated. In the Birethati which is just upstream of the bridge over Àscal year 2073/074 BS. of UMAHEP. The feasibility study of Upper Modi HEP (EPC) Model. evacuated to the national grid from New Modi Process for the acquisition of this portion of land Substation through 7. and Ànancial proposal was on July 18. document preparation has been completed.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Modikhola at headwork site 2014. About 14 km of the access road from Nayapul The Evaluation based on technical and Ànancial to Kyumi has been constructed by the local proposal will be carried out in this Àscal year. RFP. the project is conceptualized to be developed as The main committee with the assistance of sub- cascade project of UMAHEP with installed capacity committee has evaluated Expression of Interest 18. The EIA study of UMHEP (EOI) for the selection of International Consultant with installed capacity of 14 MW with separate for Detailed Engineering Design and EPC Tender headwork was approved in the year 2002. Power from these projects is proposed to be It includes about 157 Ropani of private land. land acquisition process Modikhola. The Upper Modi Hydroelectric Project (UMHEP) At present.2 MW.6 km long Modi-Lekhnath is in the Ànal stage of completion. A authority. Now. 94 Nepal Electricity Authority . 132 kV transmission line. Procurement and Construction in 1990. The last date for submission of technical This project is located about 18 km from Nayapul. substation. The generation license for UMAHEP has to connect the power to proposed New Modi been acquired in 2015. 2017. Free circuit of the existing double circuit 132 kV Modi. Evaluation of Expression of Interest was carried out in 1994. About one km of road is required to NEA has also initiated land acquisition process for access this area. The P/H of UMHEP is located at the construction of UMAHEP and UMHEP.Pokhara Detailed Engineering Design and preparation transmission line from Nayapul will be used of EPC Tender Document is scheduled to be completed in ten (10) month.

It is located approximately 170 km cascade project of UTHEP. The road connecting Singate Bazaar and V. All the structures of this project are located on the right bank of Tamakoshi River. Brief descriptions of the Tailrace tunnel of 487 m will release the water into projects being carried out from this department is the Tamakoshi River itself after the generation of outlined in following sections. In and to the underground powerhouse containing addition. The outlet of the tailrace is approximately 0. The department mainly focuses headrace tunnel with the tailrace tunnel of UTHEP. the water is conveyed to the headrace tunnel of the Project. This includes identiÀcation tunnel. Discharge tender documents and detailed drawings through from the tailrace of UTHEP is diverted through an a detailed design study. Tamakoshi-V feeds on the discharge from the tailrace of the UTHEP through an underground inter connection arrangement. Tamakoshi V HEP can north east of Kathmandu. it does not need separate headwork. NEA has initiated the construction of Lamabagar for the construction of UTHEP passes interconnection system between the Upper through both powerhouse and headwork sites of Tamakoshi tailrace tunnel and headrace tunnel this project. An underground powerhouse is proposed at Suri Dovan approximately 8.38 m services for the projects under construction as high drop shaft. power. With the availability of the infrastructure cascade development of the Upper Tamakoshi developed for the UTHEP particularly the access Hydroelectric Project (UTHEP) with tandem road and transmission line and also being the operation. and approximately 40 km away from the district head-quarter of Dolkha District . carrying head before the pressurized headrace tunnel out their feasibility studies and Ànally preparing entrance. their screening and ranking. spillway and spillway tunnel.Charikot For the speedy implementation of Tamakoshi Bazaar. There are six The general arrangement of the project comprises divisions under the department each headed of underground inter connection arrangement of by a manager. The department has interconnection system and conveyed to 8. a head pond required to maintain suction of projects. after the study of hydropower projects at different levels.12 GWh of energy (without Rolwaling). on the preparation of hydropower projects for The interconnection system consists of connecting development by NEA.44 m long pressure tunnel per the agreements with the concerned project.2 km Interconnection Tunnel being constructed Nepal Electricity Authority 95 . Development Directorate. ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 PROJECT DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT downstream from the interconnection. 122. the capital of Nepal be developed along with UTHEP. The feasibility study of the Project was carried out by NEA in Àscal year 2010/11. It is headed by a director. The project being a cascade development to UTHEP. The design discharge of the project is 66 m3/sec with an Project Development Department (PDD) looks installed capacity of 95 MW.6 km downstream from the conÁuence Tamakoshi V Hydroelectric Project of Tamakoshi River and Khari Khola at Suri The Tamakoshi-V Hydropower Project is a Dovan. PDD has also been providing consulting four number of vertical axis Francis turbine for services for the detailed survey of a number of the generation of 95 MW electricity equivalent transmission line projects being carried out by Grid to 483.20 km also been providing construction supervision long concrete lined headrace tunnel. 41.

semi-surface existing Siddhartha (Pokhara-Butwal) Highway powerhouse with three turbine-generator units and Kali Gandaki 'A' access road provide an easy and ancillary facilities. This study shows that the existing BPC Design and Tender Document Preparation Work owned Andhikhola HEP (9.V Generation License from NEA to Tamakoshi Jalvidut Company Limited is under the process. this Àscal year. The EIA study of this project has already been on 2073/03/08.Lahemyer International far.4 MW) project will be of this project is being carried out thorough the inundated by the reservoir after construction. Under this modality. surge shaft. Transfer of Tamakoshi. Topo Survey work have been carried by the Ministry of population and Environment out. The high dropt shaft. New surge shaft and of Tamakoshi-V in this Àscal year system through vertical drop shaft has been proposed to suit UTHEP using the Contractor working for the the site condition.4 Andhikhola Storage Hydroelectric Project (180 km long headrace tunnel. A semi surface powerhouse has been proposed on the left bank instead of the underground powerhouse Power House Area proposed in earlier study. During the present study the crest level of dam has been proposed at 710 masl so that Galyan Bazar on the highway will be protected. 216 m MW) which is situated in Syangja district. Environmental Impact Assessment Geological drilling. Land acquisition process is also being about 619 GWh of total energy with 8 hour peak carried out and is planned to complete within in dry season and 3 hour peak in wet season. (EIA) of the project has already been approved ERT survey. The Detailed Engineering initiated. This project can also be developed as a pumped 96 Nepal Electricity Authority . Concrete faced rockÀll access to the project site. The proposed Dam dam has also been proposed as an alternative. the study shows that this project can generate GmbH.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 site of this project has been located just 1. 3. pressure tunnel. Tamakoshi Jalvidut Company Limited has been registered with the Company Registration OfÀce on 20th Falgun 2073. The Generation license of the Project was obtained from the Department of Electricity Department (DoED) with revised license area on 2074/2/09 having validity date up to 2109/02/08. the Àeld investigation works such as of UTHEP. sloping intake.6 km upstream of Kaligandaki and Andhikhola rivers conÁuence whereas the proposed Powerhouse site is located 12 km downstream of Kali Gandaki 'A' (KGA) Powerhouse site. Geological survey mapping. So international Consultant. Andhi Khola Storage HEP Dam Site Andhikhola Storage Hydroelectric Project Major structures of this storage project comprises NEA is carrying out Updated Feasibility study of of a 185 m high rockÀll dam. NEA Management has decided to develop Tamakohsi-V HEP in a company model. With the change in project UTHEP with the arrangement of work variation layout.

tailrace of promising potential projects. license has been upgraded to conduct feasibility this project could be instrumental in augmenting study for 828 MW in FY 2073/74 (2016/17 the much needed dry season power/energy AD). favorable all project components in all season. has are located within Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve. The survey location and minimum environmental impact. circular Uttar Ganga Storage Hydroelectric Project restricted oriÀce surge shaft. ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 storage scheme with additional generation of 3 and is already motorable during dry season. 48 km of new road is to be opened and about 27 km of road upgrading is required to access Due to easy access for construction. sloping type intake on the left bank of river. Alternative installed capacity Mid-Hill highway between Burtibang and Rukum based on 2 hours operation per day in wet season Dam Site of UGHEP Nepal Electricity Authority 97 . The project site is accessible from the will be evacuated to the INPS at the proposed Baglung –Burtibang road. work will be carried out. two underground powerhouses.36 GWh. Furthermore. Energy generated from the project River. About hours in the dry season. The dam and reservoir area of the project demand. The access road to the Butwal sub-station through 105 km long 400kV powerhouse site forms a part of the Pushpalal transmission line. In this Àscal year Soil Conservation for conducting Feasibility Study 2074/075 additional investigation and design for 828 MW in FY 2072/73 (2016/17 AD). been established as a subsidiary company of approval was received from Ministry of Forest and NEA to execute this project. The The installed capacity of the project has been proposed project is located about 398 km west optimized as 821 MW (414MW + 404MW) on the of Kathmandu in Baglung district of Dhaulagiri basis of 5 to 12 hours operation in dry season Zone in Western Development Region of Nepal (November-April). 4). has proposed to initiate the feasibility study in the Àscal year 2067/68 (2011/12 AD). 9575 m long headrace tunnel. 229 m high drop Uttar Ganga Storage Hydroelectric Project is one shaft. Andhikhola Power Company Ltd. for which NEA tunnel and ancillary facilities. The annual energy generation (currently in Province No. The dam site is from the project after outage and losses will be located at Gaba village of Nisi VDC on Uttarganga 1299. Àlter layers. EOI and RFP will be called from International Consultant for Major components of the project are 200 m high Detail engineering design and Tender document rockÀll dam with central clay core surrounded with preparation of this project.

A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 is also studied. During the Àscal year 2073/74. General Layout of Project. This project is optimum at FSL of 550 masl with an high head storage project will be very much installed capacity of 762 MW. It is envisaged that DPR level of 450 masl. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) studies are being carried out by Soil Rock Tamor Storage Hydroelectric Project (TSHEP) was and Concrete Lab (SRCL) and Environmental identiÀed during the Koshi River Basin Master and Social Study Department (ESSD) of NEA. Drilling works and 98 Nepal Electricity Authority . which yielded an installed capacity of 635 MW and annual energy generation of 1310. The dry season energy is about 37% storage and suitably located near major load of total average annual energy.51 GWh in TSHEP is a reservoir type of project with seasonal wet season. As a part System. NEA has applied for instrumental in generating the much needed the amendment in license boundary for further peak power/energy in the Integrated Nepal Power study of the project at optimum capacity. Limited has been established as a subsidiary company of NEA to execute this project Uttarganga Power Company Ltd. The average annual energy is 1. design will be carried out through international The project optimization study shows that the Consultants in the coming Àscal year. Geological and Geotechnical Tamor Storage Hydroelectric Project investigation. It is located in the Eastern The conceptual layout design and costing of the Region. Surface Geological mapping of project area. conceptual design of Headworks.24 GWh.93 GWh in dry season and 1.872. 1985. Tamor Power Company Construction material survey. 1. of Feasibility Study. bordering Teharathum. this is one of the most Geological and Geotechnical investigation includes promising storage project being studied by Nepal ERT. Project site is about 650 km east of Kathmandu. has been established which is wholly owned subsidiary DoED had issued the license of 200 MW with FSL Company of NEA. price level. The year. Similarly.82 GWh in dry Myanglung Bazzar of Tehrathum district is the season and 1. Electricity Authority (NEA). Cost estimate. geological drilling is being carried out together with EIA study. the project can be (Kabeli ‘A’ & Hewa) the net energy generation accessed from Yashok Bazzar of Pachthar district of TSHEP at this installed capacity will be about via about 20 km long road. Even nearest existing road head.966 Million US dollar at 2016/17 Teherathum and Pancthar District.111. center of Eastern Region. drop shaft.21 GWh in the wet season. powerhouse and tailrace has also been prepared. construction planning and project Project Area economic study will be the carried out in the next Àscal year.234. which is about 20 with the deduction of energy of the affected projects km from dam site.638. headrace tunnel. Plan Study.077. Taplejung and project has been completed during this Àscal Panchthar District of Koshi and Mechi zone. The estimated total cost of the project is Dam site lies in Okhere and Syangrumba VDC of about 1.

It is expected to con- studies and electromechanical studies have been clude the selection of Consultant in the coming conducted in this Àscal year. The power Trishuli Hydropower Station was upgraded to generated from the project shall be connected to 24 MW in 1995. underground powerhouse and tailrace structures. Trishuli Hydropower Station Installed capacity of the project would be 210 MW Rehabilitation Project at Q40% probability of exceedence. of 163 GWh per annum. The project features are the few of the activities of PDD carried out includes headworks. The Chainpur Seti Hydroelectric Project underground powerhouse cavern and transformer cavern are located in the left bank. water discharge measurement and double circuit transmission line. continuation of water level recording at project site while the possibility for peaking facility for PDD is preparing documents for selection of Con- the project is under consideration. 1. 132 m long steel lined drop shaft followed by 135 m long penstock to the underground powerhouse consisting of six vertical axis Francis turbine- Headworks Area of generator units of 127 MW capacity each. Balancing reservoir and other issues The GoN has been constructing a highway which this plant is unable to operate at full daily peaking links the district headquarter Chainpur to the mode at present. identiÀed in the year 2015 which have been instrumental in developing the by Project Development Department is being institutional strength of Nepal Electricity Authority in the Àeld of consulting services. The EIA study is expected to be complete in the coming Àscal year. steel lined pressure shaft. The generated Geological mapping and geological investigation power will be evacuated by 75 km long 400 kV (Phase I). hydropower station with annual design generation The Project site is 16 km from nearest road head. Chainpur Seti Hydroelectric Project Other Activities Chainpur Seti Hydroelectric Project (CSHEP). ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 preliminary support design. It has been operating only Nepal-China Border. This is a peaking run-of-river proposed 220 kV Attaria sub-station. insufÀciency of desanding basin capacity. surge shaft. tunnel. The conveyance system consists of three individual intake followed by 965 m long horizontal headrace tunnel. PDD has been carrying out various activities a RoR scheme. about 2/3 of its design capacity because of the During the Àscal year 2073/74. the project loss of storage in the balancing reservoir and completed additional topographic survey. Due to problems with Desander. Core drilling of 575 m out of 800 m has been completed so far. alternative layout ration of Tender Document. headrace during the Àscal year 2073/74. Similarly. Nepal Electricity Authority 99 . Àscal year with technical assistance from ADB. The general arrangement of the project consists of a 210 m high rock Àll dam with gated spillway on the right bank of the river. sultant for Detail Engineering Design and Prepa- project optimization studies. The following studied for feasibility. desanding basin.

000 Sqm).” The detail design undertaking IEE of the building which in the Àrst of Corporate OfÀce Building was completed in FY stage of construction will be just below 50 m 2070/71 by the Consultant. (Floor commercial complex and business complex at 26 area approximately 16. ESSD. height. change in building technology. evolution in latest ofÀce design concept and changed scenario in Construction of Corporate OfÀce Building Project commercial building requirements. 2. and MRB Associates. The building will ultimately have 16 Áoor + 2 attic Áoor NEA planned to establish a corporate ofÀce. above 1100 m2 at the basement level). A stakeholder meet was made as part of the building permit process and it is expected that The project consists approximately rectangular tendering for the construction will be made before building of 40 m x 29 m (Gross Áoor area just December 2017. above ground. NEA modiÀed the existing master plan. Due to enormous 100 Nepal Electricity Authority . Construction Supervision of Chameliya Hydroelectric Project SHAH.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Sediment Deposition in the Reservoir observed during emptying Project Development Department has been undertaking further rehabilitation of the project so as to enable peaking generation at full rated capacity. A master year 2073/74 the projects Initial Environmental plan was developed in 1989. The project is expected to be completed in year 2017. double basement for parking. Corporate ofÀce that shall have additional 2 storey Innovative CREATEERS Architects & Engineers underground parking area. SILT and ICON JV in association with PDD has been conducting the construction supervision of Chameliya Hydroelectric Project. In this Àscal ropanis land at Durbarmarg.. NEA is currently Pvt.) Ltd. Ltd. It is expected that this study will be completed by the end of 2017. NEA has selected the NEA has applied for building permit for 10 storey joint venture consortium of “BDA nepal (P. Kathmandu.

i. Matatirtha-Naubise 33kV environmental and social aspects of hydropower and ToR of Dordi Corridor 132kV and Butwal and transmission line projects which are being (Gorusinghe)-Lumbini 132kV TL Project. Land Acquisition i.3. EIA of Garjyang-Khimti 132kV TL Project Manang Chame Storage Hydroelectric Project (MCSHEP) with initially estimated capacity of ii. Burtibang-Paudi (ESSD) is one of the integral departments of Amrai-Tamghas-Sandhikharka-Gorusinghe. transmission line and iii. follows: 3. Block for EIA of 2 Transmission Line (TL) projects. Ministry of Energy ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL i. 1. IdentiÀcation of New Projects for study: 1. Scoping and Terms of Reference of 25 MW Nepal Electricity Authority 101 . i. This Raxaul-Parwanipur. IEE Completed Projects Resettlement Action Plan (RAP). planned. project construction is expected to be started as The environmental studies conducted by ESSD soon as the approval from the metropolitan city in Àscal year 2016/2017 and their status are as ofÀce is obtained. EIA of New Modi-Lekhnath 132kV TL Project 1700MW has been identiÀed for further studies. In this a. 220kV TL Project The department has successfully completed and get clearance from concerned ministries ii. Engineering Service Directorate of NEA. iii. Initial Environmental Examination (IEE). b. Tanahu Hydroelectric Project (140MW)- Social Impact Assessment (SIA). 2.4 in Nuwakot with a capacity of 7 projects. Lekhnath-Damauli 220kV TL Project and Compensation Plan (LACP) studies along with environmental monitoring and implementation ii. EIA Completed Projects conducting Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). SD/ToR of Marsyangdi Corridor (Manang- Application has been Àled for survey license of Udipur) 220kV TL Project the project lately in this Àscal year. Kaligandaki Corridor (New Butwal-Bardghat) monitoring and protection of the environment.Vulnerable Supplementary EIA Community Development Plan (VCDP). Kusaha-Kataiya. Project During the Àscal year 2016/17. Ministry of Population and Environment context few projects were identiÀed among which i. IEE No.Grid Tied Solar Power Project (GTSPP) . constructed or operated by NEA. ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Examination studies have been started and the (SD/ToR) of 1 Project and IEE ToR of 2 projects. This department is a commercial wing of 2. designed. ToR Completed Projects engaged in environment and social studies. ESSD was actively c. b.Butwal (Gorusinghe)-Lumbini 132kV TL distribution line projects.Dordi Corridor 132kV TL Project of mitigation measures and community support programs of hydroelectric. Study Reports approved by Concerned Ministries PDD has been involved in the identiÀcation of new projects for further studies in the country. Kusaha- department executes the activities related to Biratnagar at 132kV. IEE of Koshi Corridor (Basantapur-Change) TL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Project and Kaligandaki Corridor (Kushma- Environment and Social Studies Department New Butwal) at 220kV. Study Completed by ESSD NEA and with its technical expertise involved in a.

transmission line projects ranging 132kV to The department provides 12 day MicroÀnance 400kV by establishing Environmental and Social Training (April 7-20. three day Management training at three places (Ramche-3. The major works per- Participants of 3 days Fisheries Training formed in Àscal year 2016/2017 were three-days 102 Nepal Electricity Authority . 5. MoU for supplementary EIA of Upper Modi HEP and IEE of NEA corporate OfÀce Building was also signed in June. 2016 at Thulogaun-8. 2017. 2017) to women headed PAFs. 20 to Dec. Rasuwa district and Nov 21 to Dec. A total The completion report of Environmental and Social of 60 PAFs were trained under this program Mitigation and Monitoring works of the project was from Nov. 2017. 2017) to eight females PAFs Management Unit (ESMU) at project site. ESSD has successfully completed monitoring and mitigation works of Kaligandaki A HEP Rehabilitation Project. conducted under this project were distribution of 2016 at Manakamana VDC-9. Desk study and Àeld preparation are in progress. 16 paddles and 16 life jackets to ESSD conducted four-days (December 2016) Bote community. The program was extended in January. The department has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for EIA of three storage projects (Uttarganga Storage HEP. Tamor Storage HEP and Andhi Khola Storage HEP) and Access Road of Upper Arun HEP. different Operation in Kaligandaki reservoir in consultation activities were conducted in this FY 2016/17 and with concerned stakeholders. 4. Kulekhani III HEP (14 MW) The department is conducting site based environ- mental monitoring and implementation of mitiga- tion works of the project. Àsheries training for 17 resettled Bote families of construction hydroelectric projects (14MW Andhimuhan and three months Tailoring Training to 60MW) and eight under-construction (March 18 to June 15. Upper Trishuli 3"A" HEP (60 MW) Kaligandaki A HEP Rehabilitation Project (144MW) A 15-days Vegetable Farming Training was conducted at two places for the PAFs. 2017) to 10 females PAFs. ESSD has been undertaking environmental Participants of 3 months Tailoring Training monitoring and mitigation of three under.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 In addition. Nuwakot district. Under and prepare Operation Manual for Steamer Boat mitigation and enhancement programs. In addition. submitted on June 27. 2017 at two places of Laharepauwa of Rasuwa district and 53 local people participated in training. The major activities Simle. Ramche-8 and Thulogaun-9) of Rasuwa and one place (Manakamana-9) of Nuwakot beneÀtting 100 people. Àve days Pickle Making Training Buffer Zone Forest Conservation and Wildlife (April 2-6. 4 Àshing boats. their status is as follows.

one-day hot support program in local participation. The department organized Health and Safety awareness program for project workers Nepal Electricity Authority 103 . A total of 150 project workers ing training to 35 participants. Dihibar temple In Balach Attariya 132kV transmission (Sthaniya Gram Devata) construction at Bhulke compensatory plantation work was conducted of Siraha is under construction. about 150000 saplings of different plant species Bardibash and Nijgadh. 3 days of mitigation works of the Chameliya HEP since capacity building training to 90 representatives 2008 by establishing unit ofÀce at the project of CFUGs and 3 days Forest Management and site. The major works performed ticipation of 280 people were done in Àve project in Àscal year were implementation of One-day districts from January to May. Vulnerable Community Development IntensiÀcation Training (Sept. The other work performed by the department Chameliya HEP (30MW) and were implementation of 10 Wildlife Conservation Balanch Attariya 132kV TL Project Awareness Training one each in project districts The department is conducting site based covering 260 representative of affected environmental monitoring and implementation Community Forest Users Group (CFUGs). Plan (VCDP) and Updated Resettlement Action 2016) was conducted at Àve different places of Plan (RAP) prepared by the department is cleared the project area providing beneÀts to 150 PAFs. of 390 hours (2months) welding and electrical/ house wiring training to 30 PAFs as per the CTEVT Under the community support program. by the World Bank and approved documents were kept for public review at NEA website and World Hetauda-Dhalkebar-Duhabi 400kV TL Bank Infoshop. 29 to Dec. 57 workers. and submitted quarterly environment and social Stakeholder consultation is continued in project management report of the project to World Bank area and altogether 11 consultations with par- and Project ofÀce. Hetauda. Besides this Agricultural Productivity distributed. ESSD has prepared and plantation work is scheduled in July 2017. replacement plantation was done based on the and Makwanpur for drinking water support were mortality. Besides regular monitoring the major work Conservation Training to 32 members of CFUGs performed under this project was implementation from Mahottari and Sarlahi districts. ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 (October 25-27. 2016) Non timber forest products at Dhalkebar substation. the standard and distribution of vegetable seeds to construction of Nagar Dihibar Temple at Dhalkebar 200 PAFs. The department is conducting site based environmental monitoring and implementation Plant nursery for compensatory plantation has of mitigation works of the project through its been established at Dhalkebar which consist three site based unit ofÀces located in Inaruwa. and Singoul of Bara. 17. and boundary wall of Yuba Barsha Primary School has been completed. 1 month driv. Relocation spot awareness training to project workers at of Bag Devi temple was completed in 30% Nijgad of Bara and Paurahi of Rautahat covering contribution of the local community. Jamunibas of Dhanusha (NTFP) training to 20 participants. Community Health and Safety Awareness Program Hetauda-Bharatpur 220kV TL Project at 8 different locations of Àve project affected The department is implementing community districts beneÀtting to 200 people. Water pump at different location in project area and and other accessories in Harmanadi. 3 months tailoring beneÀtted from the program and their health to 15 women participants and 2 months wiring checkup was also done by the medical ofÀcer. training to 15 PAFs and local people.

Skill training as per the CTEVT The department is implementing community standard course was given to 100 PAFs. Kabeli Corridor 132kV TL Project Bhulbhule-Middle Marsyangdi 132kV TL Project The department has successfully completed Under the skill development program. ESSD major settlements and villages located close to conducted 5 days (Nov. 2017 has been prepared and submitted to the Project Management Directorate (PMD) ofÀce.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 The other works performed during the period were programs aims to create awareness through two livestock training of 15 days each to 39 PAFs. plumbing. Construction phase environmental and social Hoarding boards having informative and warning monitoring and major mitigation works were sign were afÀxed at 24 different places along the completed in Àscal year 2016/2017. School. Construction of 10 houses for Mushar community is in progress. 40 and Compensatory plantation of 100000 saplings was 12 peoples of PAFs respectively. ESSD has been carrying out environment and social monitoring of these projects by establishing the site based Environment and Social Management Units (ESMUs). The Under SASEC. school children and altogether 330 students were three months tailoring training to 42 PAFs. 20 to 24. In Àscal was provided to 18 participants from project year2016/2017 the department conducted affected families of Lamjung district. at Janaki S. The monitoring program will be continued till November. In addition following activities were carried out in Biodiversity Conservation Program these projects. 2020. Jhapa and Panchthar districts conducted at New Bharatpur substation for 25 and replacement plantation was done based on labor force. mobile repairing and motor rewinding to 40. Ilam 104 Nepal Electricity Authority . two beneÀtted from the programs. the mortality in Àscal year 2016/2017 and the management of plantation site is continued by Bharatpur-Bardghat 220kV TL Project mobilizing CFUGs. In addition. Monthly Environmental and Social Monitoring Report for the period of June. House mitigation measures and monitoring works Wiring Training of 390 hours (CTEVT standard) of the project within the MoU period. IntensiÀcation Training to 23 PAFs. months training on electrician. Siddhakali Secondary School of Panchthar and SASEC Projects: Janaki Secondary School of Ilam districts. 21. currently three projects are under construction which include Kali Gandaki corridor (Dana-Kusma) 220kV TL Project. Marsyangdi- Kathmandu 220kV TL Project and Samundratar- Trishuli 3B Hub 132kV TL Project. 2016) Agricultural forest area. support program as per social safeguard Dumre–Damauli 132 kV TL Project documents prepared for the project. 3 done in project area. Three plant nurseries were days health and safety awareness program was established in Ilam. Preparatory one-day Biodiversity Awareness Program in works for the compensatory plantation completed Bajendrakali Lower Secondary School and and plantation work will be conducted soon.

Tanahun and two safeguard ofÀcer are Project: fully deputed at site. detail engineering geological mapping. The newsletter covers all the activities of ESSD carried out from January to June. 2017 where a total of Geological and geotechnical investigation works 444 locals participated. and social) ofÀcers are deployed for day-to-day core drilling and construction material investigation monitoring. various types of geophysical surveys. Rock and Concrete Laboratory Soil. School support program was conducted by providing educational materials Geological and Geotechnical investigation works to Janakalyan Aadharbhut School at Thakre. Myagdi Nepal Electricity Authority (formally Upper Seti places of Parbat and 6 places of Myagdi district in Hydroelectric Project) in Tanahu district. Rock and Concrete Laboratory (SRCL) The geotechnical investigation works at the Dam established and developing as Geotechnical site of the project is at completion stage. It drilling works at Dam Axis of the project and it is provides services in geological and geotechnical in progress. Nepal Electricity Authority 105 . Additional the month of April and May. includes regional geological mapping of the whole Dhading. The department conducted one at different levels to the different departments day Social/Community Awareness Program at 4 of NEA and the private sector. 2017. In the Àeld of soil and rock engineering. test at the Test adit and test chamber at the powerhouse site of the project. 2D-ERT (2000 m) and Core In addition to these activities. a subsidiary company of in Danda Gau. Marsyangdi-Kathmandu 220 kV TL Project 2) Geotechnical and Geophysical investigation The ESMU for the project is established at Aanbu- works of Andhikhola Storage Hydroelectric Khaireni. ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Kaligandaki Corridor (Dana-Kushma) investigations. site of the project. in-situ and laboratory testing for 220kV TL Project the different phases of a hydropower project The ESMU of the project is established at Galeshwor development. Following are the major works executed by SRCL in Àscal year 2073/74 1) Additional Geological and geotechnical investigation works of Tanahu Hydropower Project: This project is being developed by Tanahu Public consultation with Dalit Women Hydropower Limited. Similarly. Additional Department is under the Engineering Services geotechnical investigation (phase II) include core Directorate of Nepal Electricity Authority. Informative and in this Àscal year including Core drilling in 3 - warning signs (hoarding board) were placed at 28 dimensional direction for the rock mechanical different locations of Parbat and Myagdi districts. ESSD has published drilling (90 m) at the Surge shaft and powerhouse its third bi-annual newsletter (ESSD-Newsletter). 3) Geological and geotechnical investigation of Uttarganga Storage Hydropower Project: Soil. Two full time safeguard (environmental mapping. It provides services like geological of Myagdi. reservoir and project area. it also provides services of carrying out in-situ tests and laboratory tests.

SPT and laboratory tests for engineering geological mapping of the project foundation design works of proposed building has area has been completed in this Àscal year. Surge shaft and powerhouse site of slope of the dam includes exploratory borehole these two projects. Core drilling works at the last hole (powerhouse area) is in 10) Geotechnical and Geophysical investigation progress. Sindhupalchok (Guangxi Hydroelectric 9) Geological and geotechnical investigation Construction Bureau. been completed in this Àscal year. Geotechnical study at the proposed building site at the 7 district headquarters of Nepal Redcross „ Laboratory test works on construction material Society has been completed in the Àscal year. capacity for structural design purposes. 2D-ERT (2800 m) and Core drilling (360 m) at Geotechnical investigation works at left bank the Dam site. Intake area which has been completed in this Àscal year. in-situ test and The geotechnical investigation works (Phase II) bearing capacity calculation for foundation design includes core drilling at the dam site. works at new building sites of Nepal Redcross Society: „ Construction materials survey of Upper Modi & Upper Modi ‘A’ Hydroelectric Project. About 75% of the investigation drilling of 201. samples for Middle Bhotekoshi Hydroelectric Project. are in progress at site. works of Upper Modi and Upper Modi 'A' Hydroelectric Project: 5) Geological and geotechnical investigation works of Upper Tamakoshi Hydroelectric Geological and Geotechnical investigation works Project: includes detail engineering geological mapping. Kaski. 7) Geological and geotechnical investigation Laboratory Works: works of Kaligandaki ‘A’ Hydropower Plant SRCL provides laboratory services of carrying Rehabilitation Project: out in-situ tests and laboratory tests including Geotechnical investigation works includes construction material survey/quarry site seismic refraction survey and borehole drilling at investigations of various hydroelectric project and the left bank slope of dam site for geotechnical Àeld geotechnical investigation works (SPT/DCPT instrumentation works (total of 530 m) has been in test pit/borehole) to determine the bearing completed in this Àscal year. Following are the major works carried out in this Àscal year 8) Geological and geotechnical investigation 2073/74. Hetauda: Geological and Geotechnical investigation works Geotechnical investigation works which includes includes regional geological mapping and detail test pit excavations. and Powerhouse area of the project. Management OfÀce) works of 'Chilime Tower' construction site at Dhumbarahi: „ Laboratory test works on construction material 106 Nepal Electricity Authority . 6) Geological and geotechnical investigation 11) Geotechnical investigation works at central works of Chainpur-Seti Hydroelectric Project: workshop.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 4) Geological and geotechnical investigation Geotechnical investigation works of the proposed works of Tamor Storage Hydropower Project: Chilime Tower construction site at Dhumbarahi includes exploratory core drilling.70 m has been completed in this works has been completed and remaining works Àscal year.

Earthquake Resistance Programme).) Electromechanical Design Division Established under Engineering Services „ Laboratory test works on core samples Directorate. the Electromechanical Design (Uniaxial Compressive Strength. Kaski (Niltara W & E Pvt. rock and concrete samples supplied by material samples for Upper Bhurungi Khola different private client/parties. Core drilling at Dam site of Tamor Storage „ Compressive Strength test works on concrete Hydroelectric Project. Morang. National Headquarters. Kathmandu. maintenance „ Geotechnical Investigation Works of and testing of transformers. „ In-situ Àeld density tests including proctor and laboratory testing of Nepal Army Headquarter Building Project at Bhadrakali. Ltd. Hetauda which is involved in repair. Lalitpur the overall functioning of Central Workshop in Distribution Centre.) of Shivam Cement factory all electro-mechanical issues associated with its construction site at Nawalparasi (Nepal own concrete pole plants as well as transformer Donghua Construction Engineering Co. Nepal Electricity Authority 107 . gravel. sand. for Power been monitoring the overall functioning of Kotre Transformer Laboratory. ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Nuwakot. „ Geotechnical Investigation Works of proposed health post building at Gothatar.. „ Laboratory test works on construction core. Morang. Kathmandu District Chapter. Gorkha. Pyuhan (Smart Earthworks Engineering Consultancy Pvt. this division has been monitoring Chapagaon Sub-distribution Centre. Apart from the „ Geotechnical Investigation Works of design issues. Ramkot. NEA.) „ Various in-situ SPT/DCPT tests and laboratory tests are performed on soil. Pole Plant. Tanahu as well as Concrete Pole Plant. samples for Upper Jhimruk Hydroelectric Kathmandu. pole plant in Tankisinuwari.Manohara Municipality (Nepal Redcross Society. Amlekhgunj. In Fiscal Year 2074/075. Ltd. The issues range from the design „ Point load tests of National Society for of electro-mechanical and hydro-mechanical Earthquake Technology Nepal (NCET) equipment of hydropower projects under various stages of study as well as electrical installations „ Compression tests on Compressed Stabilized for various projects. Since last year it has been fully Earth Brick of Build Up Nepal. this division „ Geotechnical Investigation Works of proposed is continuing the establishment of a new concrete district ofÀce buildings of Dhading. of Druk Pema Karpo Society. Kathmandu. Hydroelectric Project. Hetauda. Point Load Division has been providing technical supports for test. Lalitpur.) workshop. Kageshwori . Ltd. Project. Similarly it has also Central Workshop. Makwanpur and Bhaktapur districts (Nepal Red cross Society. Kalimati. Lalitpur involved for the establishment of a new concrete pole plant in Tankisinuwari. Kathmandu. NEA. densities etc.

Description F. has been contributing to quality of supply. Plants. NEA. DCS.59 11125.05 5 Turnover (in thousands NRs. Road.5 m.24 85205.) 4543. 2071/072 F. Hetauda-5.08 5937.Y.N.45 Major Accomplishment of FY 2073/074 Kotre Pole Plant. transformer itself being a major NEA with its purpose of repairing Distribution component of power system. now it has been 2073/074. Engineering Service Directorate in FY 2061/062. Pole plant was jointly established by GoN and FINIDA in 2042 BS to implement for Pokhara „ Repaired highest numbers of distribution ElectriÀcation Project. running with separate Budget Centre to implement „ Tested highest numbers of transformer (4041 concrete pole production and sales of poles to numbers) in FY 2073/074.Y. Makawanpur. Kotre „ Modern new transformer testing lab was Located at 180 km west from Kathmandu. Apart from producing concrete poles of 8. the plant started the production of „ Repaired 13 Power Transformers from private PSC pole commercially. the Central Considering the increasing demand of electricity Workshop being an entity under Engineering in Nepal and contributing to maintain best Services Directorate.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Central Workshop.5 m and 10. the workshop and Power transformers of Regional OfÀces as has been striving to its best. Kotre established with testing yard. testing of transformers and providing The achievements of the workshop in the last three Àscal years are tabulated below: S. It was handed over to transformer (636 numbers) in FY 2073/074. 2073/074 1 Distribution Transformer Repair 363 433 636 2 Power Transformer Repair 12 10 13 3 Transformer Testing 1909 2448 4041 4 Heavy Equipment Rent (in thousands NRs. Power transformers of various Hydroelectric services.Y.92 49760. 2072/073 F. after the recent upgrading.) 38555. Hetauda Transformer Maintenance & Testing in Progress Established in 2055 BS and located at Bhairav rental services of its available heavy equipment. since then. Being a wing of Electro- as well as different sectors of NEA in FY Mechanical Design Division. the 108 Nepal Electricity Authority . using its available well as transmission grid and power plants under resources to meet time bound repair and testing NEA.

NEA and private Àrm as well. civil engineering as well Background as administration and management department NEA Training Center (NEA TC) has been contributing functions. upon their request. and Nontechnical 16) staffs under the control Nepal Electricity Authority 109 . ProÀt Chart REVENUE EARNED IN PROFIT EARNED IN F/Y S. Since the permanent employees are not sufÀcient to meet the current Concrete Pole Plant.603 employees from the different core management/collecting appropriate trainees and group of NEA and some of other organizations. They prepare training/seminar different skill enhancing trainings to the staffs and programs annually and provide services effectively. TYPE OF POLE F/Y 072/073 F/Y 073/074 F/Y 073/074 073/074 1 8m 6212 10150 2 9m 3563 6009 14. other general management actions. Bara.60. computer. In the last 28 years. NEA TC occupies around 203 Ropanis of land in With the view to expanse its training programs Bhaktapur District.862 1. Revenue.17.644 3 11 m 1002 1638 Total 10777 17797 NEA Training Center of Director. others. Training Center has 23 (Technical 7 staffs.N. mechanical. Those staffs cover all electrical. Pole Production at Concrete Pole Plant Amlekhgunj Production. The plant has been striving to its road. It provides different technical for clients outside of NEA. the PSC poles for distribution to Regional ofÀce of plant is expected to produce 62 poles per day. 9m and 11m size of 9 m and 11 m as well. ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 plant is now capable to produce concrete poles objectives of producing 8m.43. TC as well as non technical trainings with its sovereign is also conducting various programs to non NEA identity. Amlekhgunj production target. the pole plant has been contributing best using its available manpower and resources to Nepal Electricity Authority being an entity to meet time bound production and delivery of under Engineering Services Directorate with its the poles.97. After the upgrading. NEA TC has trained all The main function is preparing trainings/resource total of 16. so daily wages employees are Established in 2051 BS and located at Amlekhgunj also involved.

5 22 12 CAIS (Attariya) Off.+Asst. Tech. Adm. Adm. Tech. 5 46 14 CAIS(Biratnagar) Off. Tech. 4 41 24 Advanced Excel with VB Programming Off. 2073/74 by Training Center is presented below. Skill and Attitude NEA TC is to be strengthened day by day to be a enhancing tips. 3 90 5 Induction Asst. So. 9 18 29 Primavera P6 Off. 3 429 9 ToD Meter Data Download and Analysis (Nepalgunj) Off. Adm.+Asst.+Asst.+Asst. It also aims its academic standard „ Train to the employees to enable them to to be comparable with the best SAARC regional plan. Adm. Adm. 5 42 19 CAIS (Pokhara) Off. Tech. 5 26 13 ToD Meter Data Download and Analysis Biratnagar Off. All 3 17 2 Induction Off. Name of Training Level Service days Trainees 1 Induction Off. 5 39 15 ToD Meter Data Download and Analysis (Janakpur) Off. „ Design training packages and implement. 5 37 20 ToD Meter Data Download and Analysis (Pokhara) Off. 7 16 26 M-Power Billing System (Kathmandu) Asst. 7 20 25 M-Power Billing System (Kathmandu) Asst. NEA TC has been providing need based short The summary of trainings conducted on F. Duration in No. Finally NEA TC aims to be developed them for serving the customers effectively. Adm. 5 25 16 CAIS (Janakpur) Off. investment in training is relating to service business. 5 39 22 CAIS (Butwal) Off.+Asst. „ Promote knowledge and skill of the employees Activities in F/Y 2073/74 to interface them to the changing environment As Human Resource is one of the most important and technology. Tech.5 (Geographic Information System) Off. 5 27 11 ToD Meter Data Download and Analysis (Attariya) Off. 3 55 3 ToD Meter Data Download and Analysis (Kathmandu) Off. 5 28 4 Induction Asst. as an engineering and management center of excellence. Tech.+Asst. 5 29 23 Electrical Safety (Butwal) Asst. 3 47 6 Induction Asst.+Asst. maintain and operate NEA’s institutions.+Asst.+Asst. Tech. of S. sovereign academic institution capable to cope „ Supply need based trainings to NEA employees with the training requirements of power sector of for enhancing their work efÀciency and enabling the country. indispensable for the survival and advancement research and development and seminars of the organization.+Asst. treated as corporate assets of organization. Tech. Tech. Tech. Adm. Adm. implement. system today and in the future. 3 237 7 ToD Meter Data Download and Analysis (Hetuada) Off. Adm.N. 5 19 8 Induction Asst. Adm.+Asst.Y. 5 27 10 CAIS (Nepalgunj) Off.+Asst. its development is „ Conduct problem oriented interactions. Adm. 18 CAIS (Hetuada) Off. Tech. 7 16 27 Auto CAD Basic 2d Off. Tech. Tech. 3 14 JanakpurR.O.+Asst. 10 18 Total 1501 110 Nepal Electricity Authority .A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Objectives Vision „ Provide Knowledge. ingredients of any organization.+Asst. 5 32 Tod Meter / CAIS forDistribution Center Chiefs under 17 Off.+Asst. Tech. Tech. 7 19 28 Arc GIS-10. Tech. Adm. 5 26 21 ToD Meter Data Download and Analysis (Butwal) Off.

employees with an objective to upgrade their Various Engineering Colleges. Extra Activities The Training Center has also provided space and services for various ofÀces of NEA in its premises In addition to training programs. The training types NEA TC for various purposes and the total income involve induction. ENGINEERING SERVICES DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 term training covering 3 days to 10 days for NEA groups/organizations etc.809. class rooms. in-service or refreshers and generated from these services amounted to Rs. NEA TC provides at Kharipati. seminar halls. on their request. professional knowledge. Nepal Electricity Authority 111 . INGO. skills and attitudes of Co-operatives. hostels and ground space on rental facilities to different users. requested as required. Political Parties.268. 3.50. Film Shooting Unit and other manpower at operational and managerial levels institutions used the facilities available in the involved in the power sector.

procurement and construction of all new and existing projects that is or will be funded by ADB. The 2x30MVA Substation at Samundratar. Lamjung and New Bharatpur at Chitawan. PMD is responsible for project preparation. boundary wall and river protection and Distribution EfÀciency Enhancement Project) works of Substation and approval of Tower design is being implemented by PMD. length of upper section of 220 kV. monitoring and reporting the implementation activities of the projects that are being run under Energy Access and EfÀciency Improvement Project (ADB Loan 2587. Nuwakot.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATE Project Management Directorate (PMD) in the Nepal Electricity Authority Organogram has a role to execute and to facilitate the projects funded by Asian Development Bank. Samundratar-Trishuli3B132kV completed will evacuate approximately 1600 MW Transmission Line of power generated by various hydropower stations The Samundratar-Trishuli3B Hub 132kV in the Marsyangdi basin/ Marsyangdi River Transmission Line project is a must to evacuate Corridor. Manang (Dharapani) to Chitawan (Bharatpur) and The project includes construction of 26 km 132 kV associated 220/132/33 kV. Electricity Transmission Expansion and Supply Improvement This project is Ànanced by European Investment Project (ADB Loan 2808. The contract 0271) and Project Preparatory Facility for Energy award for the Construction of Transmission line (PPFE). double circuit 112 Nepal Electricity Authority . another ADB funded project and Substation has been concluded. 3542 PTDEEP (Power Transmission of access road.Power System Expansion Project.Recently. The Project comprises of construction of power from different hydropower projects to be 110 km long Double Circuit Transmission Line from developed by IPPs in the vicinity of Nuwakot district. 160 MVA substations double circuit transmission line from Samundratar at Dharapani of Manang. Grant 0270 and Grant Bank (EIB) in coordination with ADB. Construction under loan no. The project is expected to PROJECTS BEING CURRENTLY be completed by FY 2076/77. In addition to the execution of SASEC. Marsyangdi Transmission Corridor Project Expansion Project (SPSEP) Marsyangdi Transmission Corridor Project once 1. PMDis coordinating. Tarikuna and Khudi at to Trishuli 3B Hub and construction of 132/33kV. (A) SASEC Power System 2. Grant 0182 and Grant 0183). are under progress.Picture shows the EXECUTED BY PMD: construction of substation.

double circuit transmission line with twin HTLSequivalent 4. PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 transmission line with twin Moose conductor from Figure shows the construction of pole in the Dharapani to Udipur is 45. Kushma and New Butwal each with 100MVA Capacity. 17 km Double Circuit 220kV line from New Butwal substation to Bardghat (Nawalparasi) and 220/132/33kV substations at Dana. The project includes the construction of 38. The project is to construct 220 kV Double Circuit. transmission lines and associated substations of The projectis expected to be commissioned by FY the Project are expected to be commissioned by 2077/078 (2020/021). Government of Norway and Government of 220kV transmissions line are under evaluation.6 Double Circuit 220kV Transmission line from Dana (Myagdi) to Kusma (Parbat). Marsyangdi-Kathmandu 220kV Transmission Line Project The objective of this project is to augment power transmission capacity from the Marsyangdi Corridor to Kathmandu Valley. The contract for the construction For Construction of 220 kV Line of Kushma- of the transmission line and substation has New Butwal section. re-bidding notice has been already been awarded.57 km. Similarly. The prime objective of this project is power Bharatpur 220 kV D/C Transmission Line is under evacuation of the Kaligandaki River Corridor evaluation and is expected to award the contract which ultimately will reinforce theINPS. FY 2078/079 (2020/021). Kaligandaki Corridor 220kV Transmission Line Project Drake conductor from Udipur to Bharatpur is 64. Estimated total project cost is US$ 90 estimatedcost of the project is about US$ 96 million and is funded by EIB. S/S in Dana. Bids for construction of New Butwal (markichowk). Figure shows the construction site of be commissioned by FY 2075/076 (2018/019). 160 MVA AIS substations at section with substation at Dana &Kusma has Matatirtha and 220/132 kV. Nepal (GoN). The bids for construction of Udipur . The project is expected to published. length of lower section of 220 kV. 85 km TL from New Marsyangdi(Markichok) to Matatirtha.The in August. 3. Both the sections of Million and is jointly funded by ADB and GoN. 160 MVA GIS been awarded and the construction work is in substation including bay extension Marsyangdi progress.46 km. Nepal Electricity Authority 113 . 87 km Double Circuit (using HTLS conductor) 220kV line from Kusma (Parbat) to New Butwal Substation. The contract of transmission line for Dana-Kusma 220/132kV.The project is jointly funded by 220kV substation and New Butwal –Bardaghat ADB. the project site.

grid substations of NEA. part of the country. NEA will procure the energy from minimum 25 MW solar PV power to be developed Lot 1: Expansion of Distribution Network in the by the IPPs. The project Projects in Nepal. This project covers the GandakSS. Grid connected large scale Solar PV projectswill Lot 2: Expansion of Distribution Network in the be located at nearby grid substations in different West Regions including 12 substations.D. The master plan will include policy recommendations. the procurement of Solar PV power through lines and transformers competitive bidding among the intended IPPs. Grant agreement between ADB and GoN and the subsidizing Grant Agreement Lot 3: Reinforcement of distribution system between Ministry of Finance and NEA has already including 11 substations upgradation been signed. augmentation program and detailed case upgradingof eleven(11) numbers of existing studies. MVA of 33/11 kV SS. with emphasis on providing electricity Among these Substation Automation System is for enhancement of livelihoods in the remote also being installed in Gandak SS and Baneswar settlements of the country in an efÀcient way. The consultant recruitment process isin 33/11 kV substations and construction of 33kV. including on. The expand the Distribution system of NEA. the advance stage of completion.and off-grid. Currently PMD is preparing RFP for Eastern Region including 13 substations. With this project total 280 MVA capacity consulting Àrm will be engaged to work closely of transformer will be added in the systems. ButwalSS. The prime The project is s expected to be completed by assignment of the consultant is to identify the September 2017. 383 kM of 33 kV line. Dhalkebar SS and Lahan The principal objective of this project is to prepare SS where transformer upgrading by replacing the a Distribution system/Rural ElectriÀcation existing one or by adding the new transformers Master Plan of Nepal (DS/REMP-N) for the entire along with protection system is being taken place. Banepa SS. 572 8. Kawasoti SS. upgrade and expand Nepal’s electricity and Expansion Project system.Bharatpur SS. Distribution System Augmentation reinforce. 7. project work includes the constructionof twenty a comprehensive electriÀcation and distribution Àve (25)numbers of 33/11 kV new substations. The project is jointly upgrading the eight (8) numbers of existing funded by ADB and GoN. Grid Substation Capacity Expansion Project All three Lots of Contract was awarded in F/Y 073/74 and the project is scheduled to be The objective of this project is to reinforce & completed by FY 2075/76. with NEA to develop the master plan. With the Viability Gap Funding is being executed in following 3 Lots of contracts of USD 20 Million for the development of Solar namely: PV Project. to achieve Mainscope of the project is to augment and universal access to electricity by 2025 A. 710 kM of 400 Volt line and 91 MVA total capacity of Distribution transformer will The aim of this project is to promote the Solar PV be added in the distribution system. 114 Nepal Electricity Authority . The RFP will be issued in the lines and transformers year 2017 A.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 5. country.D. Utility Scale Grid tied Solar Project: km of 11 kV Line. Distribution System Master Plan Project DamauliSS.A SS. The Project is 11 kV and 400 Volt Lines at various districts of the funded by Norweign Grant and administered by country. With the completion of this project 260 ADB. least cost and economically viable means to 6.

The project will enhance system automation and smart meters etc. operate valley. With October 2017. Different are under preparation and intended to Áoat the sub-projects and their status under PTDEEP are bid before 15th August 2017. Enhancement of Distribution Networks in Central & Northern Region of 1. generated by the IPPs and Upper Tamakoshi Hydro Electric Plant through Khimti – Barhabise As a part of the development of East – West 400 kV – Kathmandu 400/220 kV Line. testing. from Butwal to Attariya. provide reliable electricity supply in Kathmandu establish. Lapsephedi and Changunarayan Substation also be invited for Ratnapark D. . Maharajgunj DC and before 15 August. In this phase we are covering Kathmandu Valley by reducing distribution system two Distribution Centres (i) Maharajgunj D C overloads. out of eleven (11) of substationsare under evaluation and targeted to Kathmandu Valley. As part of single phase & Three Phase meters and other the funding. PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 (B) Power Transmission and Distribution the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) EfÀciency Enhancement Project (PTDEEP) : communication network with its auxiliary system This project has been envisioned to strengthen the all across Kathmandu valley (Kathmandu. These substations Transmission Line and Kohalpur-New Butwal will play major role to evacuate the Power 400 kV Transmission Line. Bids will 2. The project value is of USD 189 Million and and maintain (AMI) for consumers equipped with will be jointly funded by ADB and GoN. The scope shall be of design.C.The bids for construction of these three and (ii) Ratnapark D. and 400 Volt lines. USD 2. Bids are already invited for award the contract by October 2017. 90. distribution system capacity of Kathmandu Valley Lalitpur and Bhaktapur) within a radius of 220 including modernization of distribution system to sq miles.e. commissioning. 90 MVA each at Mulpani. The bids for trunk line. supply. install. This the transmission substation capacity and improve is the part of distribution system modernization in reliability and quality of electricity supply in the Kathmandu valley. 90 MVA SS will be Kohalpur-Surkhet-Upper Karnali 400 kV constructed at Changunarayan. C. depicted below: 4. In this phase of the has already been concluded between ADB and project. Out of the to the consumers of Maharajganj and Ratnapark Project cost of USD 189 Million. Loan Negotiation for USD 150 Million Smart Grid Applications. consultant selection process is 3. The bidding documents will be provided as grant from JFPR. Kathmandu Valley Smart Metering Project underway to conduct the detail engineering and The main focus of the project is to deploy complete design of 400 kV TL and associated SS Nepal Electricity Authority 115 . PMD is proud to be associated with the construction of these two substations are under development of 400 kV Line and SS from western evaluation and targeted to award the contract by part of the country i. the ADB grant assistance for Project preparatory Facility for Energy.0 Million Distribution Centre of NEA. Kathmandu Valley Transmission Capacity Kathmandu Valley Reinforcement Project This project will be helpful to increase the The primary focus of the project is to augmentthe capacity and reliability of distribution networks Grid substation capacity by adding 3 new in Kathmandu valley by undergrounding 11 kV 132/11kV substations.000 Smart meters will be connected GoN on 19thMay 2017 in Kathmandu. 160 MVA GIS SS will be constructed 1. Construction Project (C) Upcoming Projects 220/132 kV. deployment of distribution Futung and Chapagaon. Engineering and Environmental Study of at Lapsifedi and 132/11 kV.

PMD has Brief features of these projects are as follows: formulated this project and requested for Ànancial assistance of USD 64 Million to ADB through MoEn. Automation of Existing Grid Substation Okhaldhunga. Proposals submitted from the of existing grid SS to have efÀcient. SS is required to be uprated to 400 kV. Barhabise S/S and Lapsifedi SS by generated from the projects situated in the 400/220 kV. each at the Grid operation division ofÀce of Grid „ the 400 kV Double circuit New Kohalpur operation branch ofÀce. Ramechhap in Eastern Region of Nepal 400 kV substation at New Lumki and 765kV two (2) projects : (a) Arun Hub –Tingla .Dhalkebar 400kV the New Khimti – Barhabise – Kathmandu transmission line and associated substations at Transmission Line Section Likhu. Financial assistance for construction 220 kV SS along this TL route (i) study and detail design will be sought from ADB New Khimti SS (ii) Barhabise SS and (iii) Lapsifedi as it has been listed in ADB Pipe line projects. at Subakuna (Surkhet) 4. Solukhumbu. Estimated line length of 400 kV PMD has strongly felt the need of automation double circuitArun Hub – Tingla – DhalkebarTLis 116 Nepal Electricity Authority .New Khimti . The estimated Project (Tulasipur) – New Butwal transmission line Cost is USD 16 Million. This project is New Kohalpur (Tulasipur) very important for NEA in the sense of reduction of ongoing operational cost. Under this by July 2019 and Procurement process will be project all Forty-six (46) NEA grid SS will be fully begun by early 2020. (i) Arun Hub-Tingla. 160 MVA. 3. and associated Dolakha. 400 kV TL and SS in Eastern Region of Nepal: „ the 400 kV substation at Upper Karnali To strengthen the transmission system and power „ New Kohalpur(Tulasipur)-New Lumki evacuation from power plants in districts like (Dododhara)-New Attaraiya 400 kV Double Sankhuwasabha. Sunkoshi Hub and substation expansion at As in near future New Khimti – Barhabise – New Khimti and Dhalkebar has been formulated. The proposed TL route and automated and be operated remotely from Control SS under the scope of detail study and engineering Centre. Solukhumbu.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 along the route. improvement of grid „ the 132 kV Double circuit Chinchu (Surkhet)- reliability.Dhalkebar 400kV The Project will comprise the uprating of existing/ Transmission Line Project under construction new Khimti S/S by 400/220 This 400 kV line is required to evacuate power kV. The detail study and NEA grid system. 400 kV Transmission line and associated substation at Arun Hub and Tingla (b) Tingla – Likhu 2.Dhalkebar or 400 kV susbtations at New Attariya. This the consultant selection process is targeted to be will be a move of NEA towards modernization of concluded by October 2017. the three major under initiated by early 2018. lengthening the life of the equipment and Subakuna (Surkhet) and 132 kV substation improvement of organizational effectiveness.There will be all together 6 (six) Control design are as follows: Center for the operation and control of the SS. Kathmandu 220/400 kV Line is going to be Study and detail design of these projects will be charged in 400 kV. Okhaldhunga. Uprating 220kV Substations to 400 kV along .Sunkoshi Hub . ADB is positive to provide and 400 kV substations at New Butwal and Ànancial assistance for this project. PMD has prepared a project engineering design is supposed to be completed for automation of existing grid SS. reliable and shortlisted consultants are under evaluation and automatic operation of the grid system. Eastern hilly region of Nepal especially in the districts of Sankhuwasabha. 630 MVA. circuit transmission lines.

This as one of the best option. 6. Total three numbers of power potential of theLikhu.5) months period. Police headquarters. Grid Connected Battery Energy requested for Ànancing this Project. Maharajgunj. necessary actions will be Bay extension at existing Dhalkebar SS has been initiated for Ànancing. Khimti. circuit line on monopole along the proposed outer Sunkoshi Hub-Dhalkebartransmission line has ring road being developed by Kathmandu Valley been plannedkeeping in the mind of huge hydro Development Authority. PMD will initiate the study of this project by early 2018. and Planned to be executed by 2019 in different hospitals. TOR for Consultant has been 560 Million and its breakdown is given in table prepared and submitted. Army. 630 MVA at Sunkoshi Hub such using monopole for TL along the outer ring and at Likhu Hub and Bay extension at existing road and initiating construction along with is the New Khimti SS has also been planned. as SS. factories etc. Technical Assistance project is formulated for the transmission system has been requested to ADB to procure consulting expansion and distribution system modernization services for NEA for detail study and construction (Distribution system reinforcement. Prime Minister OfÀce and different This project is enlisted in ADB Pipeline projects. loss This project is supposed to be continuation reduction. ADB will be 5. Storage System (BESS) In the perspective of energy arbitrage. Estimated cost of the Project Cost is USD 208 Million. installation of the ongoing Power Transmission and of grid connected Battery Energy Storage System Distribution EfÀciency Enhancement Project (BESS) in the proximity of grid SS is considered Ànanced by ADB under Loan No. business complex. automation. Kathmandu Valley 220kV Ring Main Project To meet the future demand of Kathmandu Valley (ii) Tingla. ministry at Singhadurbar area. PROJECT MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 185 km. reliability. spill 7. Tamakoshi 220/132 kV SS of 400 MVA each and 132/11 and Sunkoshiriver basins &corridorsand the kV SS of 90 MVA each at Kathmandu. smart metering etc. Due to rapid construction 220kV line from Khimti to Dhalkebar. deferral value and Áexibility. of viable size of BESS in the substations inside undergrounding. project is USD 150 Million. cy Enhancement Project (2nd phase) grid stabilization.New Khimti. As stages. Estimated best opportunity for NEA.) of remaining Kathmandu valley in context of load management. urbanization in Kathmandu valley. power quality. land acquisition Theestimated length ofthe line is 165km. proposed.New Khimti-Sunkoshi Hub-Dhalkebar this project has been formulated. each 400/220 kV. Bhaktapur limited power transfer capability of existing under and Lalitpur districts are proposed. The estimated cost of the project is USD advised by ADB. Two new 400/220 kV SS. Power Transmission and Distribution EfÀcien- energy management of generating station. This project 400kV Transmission Line Project comprises the construction of 75 kM 220 kV double This 400 kV double circuit Tingla. Estimated Project Cost is USD 230 Million. Two new for TL and SS construction is being very tough. 630 MVA at be for two and half (2. After Arun Hub and 315 MVA at Tingla Hub including the study and Àndings. 3542. nine (9) Distribution Centers of Kathmandu Valley dedicated feeder and uninterruptable power and all fourteen (13) Metropolitan and Sub- supply to the President OfÀce and residence at metropolitan cities outside Katmandu valley. Prime minister PMD is carrying out the detail study of this project Quarter at Baluwatar. The assignment will Nepal Electricity Authority 117 .

Kirtipur. 2 x 45 MVA GIS S/S at Koteswor & Thapathali including construction of 132 or 1 50 66kV underground lines of approx. Description MUSD A Transmission System Reinforcement 55 132/11 kV.000 Nos) 17 3 Procurement of Distribution Transformer of various size (>200kVA) (2000 Nos) 14 Upgrading of existing switching station and construction of new switching station (sites to be 4 2 con¿rmed after study) Outside Kathmandu Valley (Distribution Centers Metropolitan and Sub-metropolitan cities 306 B2 across Nepal) 1 Bharatpur 25 2 Pokhara 30 3 Biratnagar 35 Dharan 16 4 Itahari 15 5 Birgunj 19 6 Janakpur 25 7 Hetauda 25 8 Butwal 15 9 Ghorahi 22 10 Tulsipur 15 11 Nepalgunj 27 12 Dhangadhi 17 13 Bhimdutta 20 GRAND TOTAL 560 118 Nepal Electricity Authority . 1. 30Km. Lagankhel. 166 Thimi. 2 Upgradation work of existing Teku Substation 5 B Distribution Network Modernization and Reinforcement B1 Kathmandu Valley (Remaining Distribution Centers from ongoing PTDEP) 199 Remaining Nine (9) Distribution Centres ( Balaju.N. Jorpati. Bhaktapur. Baneswar) 2. Pulchowk. Kuleshwor.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Amount S. Smart metering for above DC (300.

it should also be noted that CHPCL has a strong collaboration with government of Nepal. Limited (CHPCL) as pre-dominant share-holder and contains 100% ownership of CHPCL. site supervision transmission and distribution lines survey including operation and maintenance of 22. feasibility study. NEA’S SUBSIDIARY AND ASSOCIATE COMPANIES FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 NEA’S SUBSIDIARY AND ASSOCIATE COMPANIES CHILIME HYDROPOWER COMPANY LIMITED Engineering including Electro-mechanical. The other beneÀts optimally utilizing the locally available working with ChesCo are as follows: Technical Resources and Manpower. It was long way „ Provide broad engineering services on back when there wasn’t substantial development Operation. design and management. MW Chilime hydropower project.1 and design works. ChesCo's Scope main motive is to develop the skilled manpower „ Provide engineering services to the and give complete hydropower solution for the Government and other private companies sustainable hydropower development. detail engineering . „ In house experienced technical experts in Hydropower. Having many Project Management and training works hydropower projects under construction. holds „ Support the Development of Hydropower a strong assurance from CHPCL by both technical Projects in Nepal and internationally by and managerial aspects. and ChesCo. being a subsidiary Strategy company with 100% ownership of CHPCL. planning. „ Rehabilitation works of hydropower projects The statement is justiÀed by the 51% share of NEA in CHPCL. ChesCo related to different hydropower projects has a strong technical team to handle the various running under Government as well as project assignments. Repair & Maintenance . investigation. (ChesCo) was established to give complete „ Key experts are already involved in design engineering and services for hydropower project and construction supervision of different size development in Nepal. Hydro-mechanical Study and other Design Introduction works. environment Background studies. The company is initiated of hydropower projects from small to more and invested by Chilime Hydropower Company than 100MW size. of hydropower in the nation. in identiÀcation of projects. construction Chilime Hydropower project (22. Civil and Environmental Nepal Electricity Authority 119 . Testing. On top of the glorious history private Sectors of CHPCL.1 MW) holds a supervision along with due diligence study prestigious history of constructing a project which has its own complete experience in engineering „ Give consulting services in Electromechanical. Chilime Engineering and Services Company Ltd.

90% completed. Ànal support is ongoing. HM Works: 11. Intake and „ Task: Design and construction supervision Weir approx.8 MW and and Sanjen 42. 120 Nepal Electricity Authority .8 MW at a gross head of 161.3 m. Syphon in Chhipchung Khola is 50% Sanjen Jalvidhyut Company Ltd. installed capacity of 42. Penstock and Trash Rack length of headrace tunnel from headrace inlet to Cleaning Machine (TRCM) are completed.5 MW. Powerhouse slope excavation is ongoing. 5250 m Sanjen Hydroelectric Project (SUHEP) are the has been completed. balancing Sanjen Jalavidhyut Company Limited (SJCL) is pond embankment earthwork Àlling is approx. 07 m3/ sec at an exceedence SUHEP Weir and Intake of Q40. Project: Upper Sanjen Hydroelectric Project (SUHEP) „ Task: Design and construction supervision „ Status: Ongoing SUHEP has an installed capacity of 14. such as Turbine. Delivery the surge tank is 3629 m. two hydro projects Sanjen (Upper) 14.D.8 MW and Dissipating Valve (EDV) and Inlet Valve completed. Transformers. Bypass canal completed „ Status: Ongoing and Desander approx. The total Manufacturing of Gate. The overall progress of the Contract of Transmission Line Works for both Sanjen (Upper) 14. Transformer. a company promoted by Chilime Hydropower 90% Ànished.0 m. lower scheme of the cascade has the of major EM equipment such as Turbines. Energy Dissipating 442. The total length of headrace tunnel from The progress status of Sanjen in this Àscal year headrace inlet to the Surge tank is 1397 m. Works: Manufacturing of major EM equipment SANJEN JALVIDHYUT COMPANY LTD.5 MW at a gross head of Generators. Chhipchung Khola Headworks Company Limited.5 MW HM Works: Manufacturing of Gate. The Inlet Slope excavation in head distance towards north-west of Kathmandu. Flushing Canal completed. Sanjen was established in and Desander is almost 60% completed. of penstock pipes is almost completed. The design discharge of the project is Valve (EDV) and Inlet Valves completed. is: Civil Works: Tunnel excavation including penstock tunnels and adit tunnels from 700 Sanjen Hydroelectric Project (SHEP) and Upper m at start to 2500m out of approx. Generator. Energy Sanjen (Upper) 14. The design discharge of the project is 11. is developing completed. Powerhouse excavation projects being developed by Sanjen Jalavidhyut completed and raft foundation of powerhouse Company Limited (SJCL) located at 150 km road is in progress.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Our Projects The progress status of Sanjen (Upper) in this Àscal year is: Civil Works: Headrace tunnel excavation Project: Sanjen Hydroelectric Project (SHEP) completed. EM 2010 A.8 MW is approximately 55% projects from each powerhouse to Chilime Hub and Sanjen is approximately 45%. has been concluded and survey works started. EM Works: Manufacturing SHEP. headworks is almost 90 % Ànished.57 m3/sec at an exceedence of Q40. Penstock are completed. 70% completed. and Sanjen 42.

35. (including maximum of that company has given Àrst priority to local in 3% from VDCs and DDC of Rasuwa district) and job placement as out of 125 employee of the 18% from Nepal Electricity Authority. The debt requirement has been managed from Employees The construction of the project has been Provident Fund (EPF). dia. 132kV Double Circuit up to Chilime Hub from debt and equity with ratio of 50:50.: 3 phase Synchronous AC. Employees of Promoter & Investor Institutions education etc.5m series of discussions and meetings with the Turbine.5%). (4. maintenance promoter share comprises of 33% from Chilime of Goljung to Thambuchet road. the project construction works have Nos.00m3/s accessed with Kathmandu -Trisuli -Rasuwagadhi Geology: Quartzite. has contribution in public water supply. The Gneiss Rock project was planned to be completed in August Gross Head: 167. village (ward no. Migmatite and road of 150 km North from Kathmandu.55GWh requirement for the construction of the project T/L length. The project is Design Discharge (Q40): 80. promoted by Chilime Hydropower installed capacity of 111 MW and the annual Company Limited (CHPCL) and Nepal Electricity energy generation will be 613. As per the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Nepal Electricity Authority. General Public and Employees of the Company (15%) and Local (10%). Voltage 10km. The Nepal Electricity Authority 121 . The company is developing Rasuwagadhi Key Features of the Project: Hydroelectric Project (RGHEP) having capacity Type of Project: Run-of-River(ROR) of 111 MW in Rasuwa district. Type and Size: Underground (3 and subsequent landslides at access road and in -125mx15mx12m) the project site have severely affected the project Headrace Tunnel length and size: 4203m.50 MW each Generator. heavy rainfall during last year monsoon Desander. The project is a run-of-river type having (RGHPCL). For the agreement signed on 22nd Marg. been resumed from 25th November 2016 and Turbine Unit Capacity 38.75 MVA pace. equity portion has the investment proportion of company has made major contribution to public 51% promoter share and 49% public share. Type & No: Francis.5%). under the long term loan categorized into three different Lots. The project has now been scheduled to be Installed Capacity: 111. Also company share constitutes Depositors of EPF (19. Vertical Axis & 3 contractors. Authority (NEA). 2068. NEA’S SUBSIDIARY AND ASSOCIATE COMPANIES FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Capacity & No. around 85 are locals. the construction works are ongoing at greater 3x43.32GWh The company has planned to manage the capital Wet Months Energy 529. 2068. Annual Energy Generation 613.0 MW completed on 31st Dec. -6m~7m construction works. 2019.3m x 15. the expected Rasuwagadhi Hydroelectric Project commercial operation date of the both project 01 The project is located in Thuman and Timure January 2019.875 GWh. 76.9 m 2017. was established in Shrawan 17. After continuous efforts with Powerhouse type and size: Underground. It is evident Hydropower Company Ltd.87GWh Dry Months Energy 84. but the devastating earthquake of April Headwork: OverÀow diversion Weir with Undersluice and Side 2015. 1 and 2) of Rasuwa district.0m. The public company. The headworks site is about 400m downstream from RASUWAGADHI HYDROPOWER the conÁuence of Kerung and Lende khola which COMPANY LIMITED are the Boundary Rivers between Nepal and Rasuwagadhi Hydropower Company Limited China. The road from Simbu to Tatopani. health.

The re-excavation and the time as per PPA. and the desander intake tunnel excavation and coordinating the contractors for smooth operation support works has been completed. The underground works in the works which includes construction of about 10 powerhouseandtransformercavernexcavation km long 132 kV double circuit transmission line. M/S SMEC International Tunnel out of 4203m has been excavated with Pty. 2014. 2014. after the hard time foundation works of intake and undersluice faced as a result of the aforesaid earthquake has been completed and concreting works followed by the scarcity of construction materials is ongoing. Contract Agreement has been signed with carried out. on buildings) on the right bank of the Bhotekoshi 5th January.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 construction of Lot 1: Civil and Hydro-Mechanical z The construction of Employer's Camp Facilities Works under Engineering. maintenance of the 16 km long Lot 3: Transmission Line Works 11 kV transmission line for the construction For the construction of Lot 3: Transmission Line power of the project is continuously being Works. The excavation of headrace supervising the construction works. Ltd. Similarly. (CWE). Procurement on Ghatte khola. Excavation of construction work activities. Timure has been stopped and Construction (EPC) contract model. 122 Nepal Electricity Authority . Australia has been continuously primary support. for Lot 2: river near to Adit 2 has now been completed. the Company has been approximately 40%. the due to safety risk and the construction of contract agreement was signed with M/S China Employer's temporary camp facilities (Pre-fab International Water and Electric Corp.. Ltd. activities are as follows: The contractor has been mobilised and the 1. 2015 earthquake but it was completely Àlled with debris after was impressive and was in line with the scheduled the earthquake. and support works is ongoing. For the construction of Lot 2: Electromechanical Works. the contract agreement Lot 1: Civil and Hydro-Mechanical Works was signed with M/S VOITH Hydro Pvt. About 1220m Headrace Consultant for Lot 1 & 2. The contractor has mobilized and fuels due to the blockade. However. Ltd. Infrastructure works detail design and manufacturing of the project components is ongoing. of undersluice/ intake area upto foundation level and jet grouting piles for foundation Present Status of the Project treatment was completed before earthquake The work progress before April. The pilot tunnel the contract agreement has been signed with excavation using raise boring machine for M/S Mudbary and Joshi Construction Pvt. contract agreement was signed with M/S The progress summary of the major project VOITH Hydro Pvt. Electromechanical Works. 2017. India z All access tunnels (adits) has already been on 31st July.. Ltd. The overall progress of massive landslides in the public road as well as the project construction in this package is the project work fronts. 2014. reviewing tunnel and underground desander is continue the designs submitted by the contractors and co. vertical penstock shaft and surge shaft has Kathmandu on 15th June. successful in remobilizing the contractor on 25th Nov 2016 and resumption of construction works Lot 2: Electro-Mechanical Works of the project. India on 31st July. and due to the about 185 Chinese and 518 Nepalese heavy rainfall in the last year monsoon creating manpower at site. For Lot 3: Transmission Line completed. The project been completed. z Because of the continuous landslides during rainy season.

The government PROJECT (MBKHEP-102MW) land including community forest required for the project purpose is 14. Major Project Activities The activities of the project are summarized below: 1.54 hectares Company Limited. The Kathmandu on 15th June. is constructing Middle lie in the Gaurishankar Conservation Area Project Bhotekoshi Hydroelectric Project (102 MW) of Marming VDC. Capital Structure 1. Nepal Electricity Authority 123 .24 Million has already been detail design of the line components. The approval on the use of government requirement from Debt and Equity under the debt land including community forest is currently in its equity ratio of 50:50 excluding IDC cost. 12. Ltd. for short-term lease (muck disposals) and only I. Land acquisition Activities: Among the land required for construction and other purposes. closure has been made for the debt part which is managed through a long term loan agreement Lot 2: Electromechanical works on PDB contract with the Employees Provident Fund (EPF). Financial Ànal stage with the Updated EMP (Environmental Management Plan).5 ropani. Construction Activities The Construction works are divided into following three contract packages excluding the construction of camp facilities for employer & consultant: Lot 1: Civil and Hydro-mechanical works on EPC contract model. and 4. 389..80 hectares is necessary for construction of permanent structures like Headworks. NEA’S SUBSIDIARY AND ASSOCIATE COMPANIES FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Details of shareholdings are as follows: II. the private land constitutes Project Supervision from High Level about 374 ropani for which the acquisition Management process has completed and the compensations M/S Mudbary and Joshi Construction Pvt. a subsidiary of Chilime Jalavidyut community forest of Gati VDC. The model.11 hectares lie in the three different (MBJCL). equity investment will be made from 51% promoter Lot 3: Transmission line and substation contract share and 49% public share.69 hectares out of Madhya Bhotekoshi Jalavidyut Company Ltd. model to be Ànalized. 2017.89 hectares of government located in Sindhupalchowk District of Bagmati land including community forest is required Zone of the Central Development Region. which 10. The leased private land for temporary MADHYA BHOTEKOSHI HYDROELECTRIC usage stands at 191.24 Million the Contractor. Check survey estimated compensatory amount for private of overall length of line has been completed by lands’ acquisition stands at NRs. 2. for 374 ropani has already been distributed. 374. The contractor is now undergoing out of which NRs. Access The Company has planned to manage its capital Roads etc. distributed.

2014 and „ Geological boreholes completed. Major achievements by Contractor for LOT 1 are as The work progress of the Contractor for LOT follows: 1 is slow due to series of natural disasters like Jure landslide of Aug 02.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 View of Power. The six months and long been enlarged by Contractor for LOT 1 through unofÀcial economic Indian Blockade continued lowering invert by 1 meter.5m diameter) great earthquake of April 25.Powerhouse Excavation. 2014. The construction of the camp facilities for the „ Batching Plant at Head Works is in operation employer company and its consultant is completed & Camp facilities for Contractors completed.1. 124 Nepal Electricity Authority .1.1 Construction of Camp facilities for „ Power house excavation and support has Employer and Consultant been completed.1. Storage yard 2. The contract agreement with the LOT 1 contractor „ New Laboratory Building is completed and was made on Jan 01.112 meter is being carried out. 2014. the commencement date September 09. followed by the „ Adit-1 tunnel (250m long. 2015 and series of completed by Himal Hydro on Jan 2013 has aftershocks thereafter. and operational.2 Lot 1: Civil and hydro-mechanical works and operational. Site 11. Adit 3. from September 2015 and the Áash Áood of July 5. India on July 10. Adit 2 .3 LOT 2 Electromechanical Works ready for river diversion. Contract agreement was made with M/s Andritz Hydro Private Limited. 2016 too added to the existing woes.House Area:. „ Excavation. manufacturing of major components/equipment are in progress and being delivered to site. „ Aggregate crushing plant has been installed 2. „ Construction of Access Roads to Adit-1.1. Adit-2 The detailed design is almost completed and and Surge Tank accomplished. 2014 and the work operational now. 2014.4 LOT 3 Transmission Line and Substation: „ Headworks slope excavation in progress The project has renewed the survey license for „ HRT Excavation with completed length of 220 kV Transmission line from powerhouse to 1. Barhabise substation hub and the topographical survey works for transmission line is completed. 2. „ Adit-2 tunnel and Adit 3 Tunnel completed. Camp Facility. inlet portal and outlet structure of Diversion Tunnel completed and 2. commencement date was Feb 11. invert lining.

„ 3.08 Billion Nepal. The company has already through debt-equity ratio of 70:30. 6%. double circuit 220 kV transmission line from Gongar to New Khimti Sub-station.06 per unit at Commercial Ànancial resources. construction tailrace tunnel. is located in Bigu Rural Municipality. and owing to these. 3. The remaining 25% of equity capital have been EPF will invest NRs. „ 225 m long and 26 Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) has m wide each twin settling basin. The Ànancial issued the shares to the contributors in Employees’ closure with all Ànancial institutions has been Provident Fund (17. „ Powerhouse cavern III.28%). the average purchase Citizen Investment Trust (CIT) and Rastriya Beema rate will remain as NRs. „ Electro-mechanical equipment activities of project has been disturbed by social consisting of 6 nos. vertical shaft Pelton Turbines. 2 Billion each. As per the separate loan agreements. Construction planning and scheduling (142m x 13m x 25 m) along with a transformer The planned commercial operation date of the cavern (167m x 13m x 17. Nepal Telecom (NT). The project is being Ànanced 2% shares respectively.5 m). 6 nos. The major components of the project are as follows: „ 22 m high and 60 m long diversion dam integrated Head-Works Excavation works with 35 m wide intake. NT will invest NRs. „ 47 km long and New completion date is 30th June 2019. ward Nepal Electricity Authority 125 . as well as natural calamities. 5. annual escalation of 3%. Furthermore.30 per unit throughout Sansthan (RBS) with stakes of 41%. „ Headrace been started and draft TOR is on the Process of tunnel having inverted D-shape section with 6m approval. portion. 2% and the tenure of PPA. x 6m size and length 8. 2017. NEA’S SUBSIDIARY AND ASSOCIATE COMPANIES FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 No. whereas of Dolakha district (10%). 11. CIT Project Features and RBS will provide loans of NRs.1 of Dolakha district in Central Development Region of Nepal. 10 Billion as loan and NRs allocated to General Public (15%) and Residents 2 Billion as debenture in the project. Government of Nepal (GoN) has UTKHEP. The project will generate 2. However. „ 3 km long project was June 15.50 per unit for the base year Hydroelectric Project (UTKHEP) utilizing domestic (2010/11) and NRs 4. After 9 years of COD with the company belong to NEA. Similarly. The project is a daily peaking run-of-the river project of installed capacity 456 MW with a live storage volume sufÀcient for four hours daily peaking operation in the driest month.88%). synchronous generators and 18 (plus 1 the construction schedule is shifted by two years spare) single phase transformers.281 GWh of energy annually with the available gross head of 822 m and design discharge of 66 m3/s.6 m diameter penstock of length 1.134m. NEA and UTKHPL staffs concluded on 12 May 2011 for the required debt (3. UPPER TAMAKOSHI HYDROPOWER LIMITED (UTKHPL) Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) & Financial Arrangement UTKHPL was established on 09 March 2007 As per the PPA signed with NEA on 29 December as an autonomous public company for the 2010. The majority shares (51%) of Operation Date (COD).45km.84%) and staffs of debtor institutions (2. the average purchase rates have been construction and operation of Upper Tamakoshi Àxed as NRs. one of the national pride projects of decided to provide loan up to NRs. 6 Billion as loan.

N.. sill beams has temporarily stored some penstock pipes in and wall plates of most of the Headworks Hydro. The design and manufacturing of is as follows: most of the equipment to be installed in the New SN Project Components Progress Khimti Sub-station has been completed. 126 Nepal Electricity Authority .. The Lot 4 Contractor acquisition problem arised in the substation has completed 91% (116 out of 127) of tower site.5% 2 Headrace Tunnel Excavation 93% A temporary diversion was made across 3 Powerhouse/Transformer Caverns 100. erection of towers for the for unit 1 to 4 and water cooling systems for the transmission line. Main inlet valves foundation works. Project Status The project is being implemented with four separate contract lots listed as below: S. erected 76% (96 out of 127) of works are expected to be completed by Àscal year towers of transmission line. 1 Lot 1 . The Lot of Sunkoshi Power plant. However.Mechanical and 3 Andritz Hydro GmbH. Contract Lot Name of Contractors Sinohydro Corporation Ltd.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 as the gap funding during implementation of the project.0% transportation of heavy consignment of hydro- 5 P/H and Transformer Caverns Concrete 83.Transmission 4 Line & Substation KEC International Ltd.Civil Works China Lot 2 – Hydro.4% The Lot 2 Contractor has transported all branch The Lot 2 Contractor has installed second stage pipes as well as lower bend to the project site and embedded parts such as guide frames.. mechanical Equipment and also the branch pipes whereas the Lot 3 Contractor has transported from Unit 1 to Unit 4 in the Powerhouse have been most of the electro mechanical equipment to erected.5% by the end of the Àscal year 2073/74 (2016/17). Lot 4 Contractor has 2017/18. The project has achieved overall physical progress of 90. India Works J/V Norconsult AS (Norway) –Lahmeyer International GmbH (Germany) has been entrusted as the Engineer/Consultant for construction supervision of the Project. The Contractor has completed all design the Project Site and a few electro-mechanical and fabrication works except for some additional equipments are temporarily stored in the premise works required after design modiÀcation. 1 Headworks Concrete 89. 6 Tailrace Tunnel Concrete Lining Works 13. the powerhouse of Sunkoshi power plant of NEA. Austria Electrical Works Lot 4 .8% mechanical and electro-mechanical equipment. India Lot 3 . remaining civil works including installation foundation works. The Lot 4 Contractor 3 Contractor has installed all six turbine spiral is continuously engaged with the remaining distributors as well as housings.0% Sunkoshi River at Khadichaur to facilitate the Excavation 4 Tailrace Tunnel Excavation 100. Texmaco Rail & Engineering 2 mechanical Works Ltd. in spite of some land same have been installed. also completed 11% (5km out of 47km) conductor The breakdown of progress in major Civil Works stringing works.

Upper Seti Hydropower Project). Lot 1 Contractor as the insuring party has lodged the interim claim of about 2. NEA’S SUBSIDIARY AND ASSOCIATE COMPANIES FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 TANAHU HYDROPOWER LIMITED Tanahu Hydropower Limited (THL) is established as a subsidiary company of Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) in 2012 to develop Tanahu Hydropower Project (formerly. J-Power upgraded the MUS$ as of December 2016 because of increase Feasibility in June 2007. the (ADB). Finance Directorate. a new Integrated Time Schedule comprising water on in Headrace Tunnel on 30 June 2018 and starting of generation from Àrst unit in July and starting of generation from all units in December 2018 has been established. The Lot 1 Contractor has received USD 2. NEA: Member Project Cost & Schedule 4. under Erection All Risk (EAR) insurance policy. Managing Director. Similarly.4 Million as an advance payment for rectiÀcation of losses and damages caused by the earthquake and it is in the process for additional USD 2. THL: Member The approved cost estimate of the project prior Background of Project: to bidding of different construction lots and The feasibility study of the project was carried consultancy services in different stages was 456 out by NEA from July 2000 to July 2001. DMD. the Lot 3 Contractor has received the interim advance payment of USD 3 Million for placing the order of lost and damaged electro-mechanical equipment. Directorate. Dam Site of Tanahu Hydropower Project Nepal Electricity Authority 127 . The management of THL is entrusted to a Board of Directors which is constituted as follows: 1. Managing Director. 2015 under technical design modiÀcation etc. In accordance with the assistance from the Asian Development Bank Contractor All Risk (CAR) insurance policy. Under MUS$ excluding Interest during Construction the technical assistance of Japan International (IDC). The project cost has been forecasted as 512 Cooperation Agency (JICA). NEA : Chairman 2. In addition. The Detail Engineering in time and scope of works and also risks arisen Design of the project was conducted by J-Power due to various reasons such as earthquakes and from April 2011 to Sept. In consideration of the delay of almost one year due to the earthquakes and blockade in the border. Engg.5 Billion Rupees for recovery of losses and damages due the devastating earthquake.0 Million. process has been initiated by submitting all required documents for additional USD 4 Million. DMD. NEA: Member 3.

A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17

Key Features of Project: water lowering gates of size 3.8m x 3.8m, two sets
of sediment Áushing facilities of size 5m x 5m with
The Project site is located nearby Damauli,
steel liners and a 160m long steel penstock pipe.
the district headquarters of Tanahu District of
The electro-mechanical equipment consists of
two units of Francis Turbines with the maximum
output of 71.8MW each coupled with a three
phase synchronous generator of maximum output
82.3 MVA. A 36.9 km long 220 kV double circuits
Transmission line will evacuate the generated
power to the New Bharatpur Substation.
Additionally, the Project will electrify 18 VDCs of
the district with two new 33/11 kV sub-stations
through the Rural ElectriÀcation (RE) Program.

Funding Arrangement
Construction of Camp Facilities
The total project cost is estimated to be USD 505
Western Development Region, about 150 km
million as of January 2013.The project is being
west of Kathmandu. The storage type Project is
co-funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB),
envisaged to have an installed capacity of 140
the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
MW with a design discharge of 131 m3/s and a
and the European Investment Bank (EIB). The
gross head of 126 m. The average annual energy
Ànancing plan is shown below:
generation after outage is estimated to be 474.2
GWh, of which, the dry season Energy is 171.5 Source Amount in MUSD
GWh and the wet season Energy is 302.7 GWh. Asian Development Bank 150
Japan International Cooperation Agency 184
The Project is designed for minimum six hours of European Investment Bank 85
peaking operation even during the driest month Government of Nepal /Nepal Electricity 86
Authority
of the year. The main components of the Project Total 505
are as follows:
Project Supervision Consultant
„ A 140 m high concrete gravity dam with a
crest length of 215 m on Seti River creating Contract agreement was signed with M/S Lahmeyer
a reservoir with a total surface area of 7.26 International GmbH, in association with Manitoba
km2 at FSL of 415 masl; Hydro International as Project Supervision
Consultant (PSC) on June 29, 2015. The Consultant
„ A 1,162 m long 7.4 m diameter headrace
tunnel;
„ A 61.5 m high restricted oriÀce type surge
shaft of internal diameter 28m;
„ An underground powerhouse of dimensions
89m long x 22m wide x 44m high ;
„ A 243 m long 7.4m diameter tailrace tunnel to
discharge the tail water back into Seti River;

The hydro-mechanical equipment consists of four
spillway radial gates of size 12.8m x 18.7m, two Construction of 33/11 kV Sub-station

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will provide services for twelve years including 5 Access Road from Chapaghat to Dam Site
years of plant operation after the completion of the
In parallel, construction of the 3,234m long access
Project.
road from Chapaghat to Beni Patan (toward the
Bidding Process dam site area) is ongoing. Surfacing dressing
course (DBST) of 2,400m length from Chapaghat
After the pre-qualiÀcation process, THL issued a
to RCC Bridge has been completed. It is expected
notice of Invitation for Bids from eligible applicants
that this section of access road will be completed
for Package 1 (Headworks and River Diversion) and
by September, 2017.
Package 2 (Waterway, Powerhouse and Related
Equipment) on 01 February 2017. Out of 5 pre- Camp Facilities
qualiÀed bidders for Package 1, the following 3
All together 33 nos. of buildings, (28 nos. of
bidders submitted their bids on 17 May, 2017, the
residential buildings, 1 Guest house, 1 health
deadline for bid submission:
post, 2 restaurants and 1 guard house) are to be
„ M/S Jayprakash Associates Limited, India constructed for camp facilities. Foundation works
of 28 buildings have been completed so far. It is
„ China Gezhouba Group of Company, China
expected to complete the construction of camp
„ CMC Di Ravenna, Italy facilities by the end of December, 2017.
Similarly, out of 3 pre-qualiÀed bidders for Package Construction Power Sub-Station:
2, only the following 2 bidders submitted their bids
on 07 June 2017, the deadline for bid submission:
A 33/11 kV Sub-station of capacity 6/8 MVA for
construction power supply is under construction
„ CMC Di Ravenna, Italy nearby the camp site.
„ Sinohydro Corporation Limited, China
The received bids for both packages are being
Power transformer and all accessories have
evaluated by PSC and Bid Evaluation Committee
been delivered to the site and are in the phase
of THL. The Bidding Documents for Package-3
of installation. The control building along with
(Transmission Line & Sub-station) are being almost all civil works have been completed. It is
prepared by PSC. expected that the construction of the Sub-station
will be completed by October, 2017.
Pre-Construction Activities
Rock Mechanical Test inside Test Adit
Access Road from RCC Bridge to Powerhouse
Required preparatory works (including all core
Total length of access road from RCC Bridge to the
drilling) to carry out Rock Mechanical Tests are
powerhouse along the right bank of Seti River is
being carried out by Soil, Rock and Concrete
3,314m. The road from RCC Bridge to the camp
Laboratory (SRCL) of NEA. Five numbers of block
area is 2,000m long and the pavement surface will
shear tests have been completed, whereas
be Double Bituminous Surface Treatment (DBST).
Borehole Slotter Tests will be commenced, as
The construction of cross drainage and retaining
soon as the core drilling works are completed.
structures has been completed along with the
track opening up to the proposed powerhouse Power Purchase Agreement
site. After completion of Sub grade preparation,
As further processing of the PPA application,
laying sub-base and base course is being carried
NEA and THL have Ànalized the salient features
out. It is expected that this section of the road will
of the Project along with the Estimated Energy
be completed by the end of August, 2017.
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for power evacuation. Subsequently, THL has The compensation distribution will be continued
submitted the application for the Grid Connection in the current FY 2017/18.
Agreement. Presently, the Grid Impact Study
(GIS) of the Project is being carried out by System
Engagement of ESMSP
Planning Department of NEA as a pre-requisite for THL has established the Environmental and
the Grid Connection Agreement. Upon conclusion Social Monitoring Unit (ESMU) in order to
of the Grid Connection Agreement, negotiations implement the environmental monitoring and
for the PPA will be initiated. social safeguard activities. As provisioned in the
Project Administration Manual, an International
Supplementary EIA for Upgrading Generation Àrm as Environmental and Social Management
License from 127 MW to 140 MW: Service Provider (ESMSP) will be engaged for
THL has signed a contract with Environmental supporting ESMU. The EoI documents along with
& Social Study Department (ESSD) of NEA for the complete ToR have been submitted to the
carrying out required supplementary EIA. After ADB for approval. After receiving the concurrence
incorporating all comments from Department of from the ADB, the EoI notice for engagement of
Electricity Development (DOED) in SEIA prepared ESMSP will be issued.
by ESSD, Ministry of Energy has forwarded
the report to the Ministry of Population and
Future Development: Lower Seti (Tanahu) HEP:
Environment (MoPE) for the Ànal approval. THL envisages to further develop Lower Seti
After approval of SEIA by MoPE, the process for (Tanahu) Hydropower Project located about 15 km
upgrading the generation license from installed downstream of the tailrace of Tanahu Hydropower
capacity of 127 MW to 140 MW will be initiated. Project. The proposed project will utilize the
Áows of Madi Khola in addition to the regulated
SIEE for New Route Alignment of Transmission: discharge of Seti River from Tanahu Hydropower
THL has submitted the SIEE report prepared by Project. The installed capacity of the Project has
a Local Consultant- IESM to DoED for approval. been computed to be 92,000 kW with a design
A presentation was organized at DoED and the discharge of 130.8 m3/s and a gross head of 85
revised SIEE report has been submitted after m. The main components of the project are a 45
incorporating the comments received so far. After m high concrete gravity dam, a double chambered
the approval of the SIEE, construction license of underground desilting basis of size 180m x 16m
Damauli - Bharatpur 220 kV Transmission Line x 20m, a 5.5 km long headrace tunnel of 8m
will be issued by DOED. diameter, a 55 m high surge tank of diameter 18m,
a supported steel penstock of length 100m and a
Compensation Distribution for Land Acquisition surface powerhouse of dimensions 60m x 24m
After determination of the compensation rate x 43m on the right bank of Trishuli River nearby
by the Compensation Determination Committee Gaighat. THL has applied for the Survey License
(CDC), THL has distributed about NRs 450 million of Generation with the submission of required
for the land acquisition and resettlement costs documents along with license fees to DoED. Upon
within the reservoir area in the FY 2016/17. So receipt of the Survey License of Generation, THL
far, 215 affected households out of a total 335 intends to receive technical assistance from ADB/
affected HHs have collected their compensation JICA for preparation of Detail Project Report (DPR)
payment. of the Project.

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1 MW Generator. Project Status to commission the Project by March 2022. 37.2 m Turbine. Turbine Unit Capacity: 19.2~6m Powerhouse type and size: Surface. The installed capacity of the Project is 37 MW and annual energy generation after outage is 292.60 m x 14. Two Pre-QualiÀed Bidders were started accordingly. 2x22 MVA Installed Capacity : 37MW Annual Energy Generation: 292. Voltage: 3 km. TJVCL „ Pre-QualiÀed Bidders were invited to submit furthered the study by conducting additional their Bids for “Engineering Procurement investigations and exploring different options Construction of Upper Trishuli 3B Hydroelectric having different capacities. A scheme with 37 MW Project” vide “Invitation for Bids” notice installed capacity was selected for development published in Gorkhapatra daily on 27 and and different relevant and required processes 28 January 2017. The company aims submitted their Bids by the stipulated deadline Nepal Electricity Authority 131 .71 GWh Transmission line length .59 GWh.8(H) m Headrace Tunnel length and size: 3666 m .59 GWh Dry Months(16 Mangsir-15 Jestha) Energy: 134.2 to 11.88 GWh Wet Months(16 Jestha-15 Mangsir) Energy: 157. Vertical Axis & 2 Nos. Key Features of the Project : Type of the project: Cascade Development of UT3A HEP Design Discharge (Q70): 51 m3/s Maximum Gross Head: 90 m Head Pond size : 29m(L) x 5. 132kV Single Circuit to Proposed Trishuli 3B Hub 3. The current status of the project is as follows: Feasibility study of Upper Trishuli 3B HEP was completed by NEA in Àscal year 2007/08. 5. Capacity & No: 3 phase Synchronous AC. Introduction Trishuli Jal Vidhyut Company Limited (TJVCL) was established in 2011 as a joint venture of Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) and Nepal Doorsanchar Company Limited (NDCL). NEA’S SUBSIDIARY AND ASSOCIATE COMPANIES FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 TRISHULI JAL VIDHYUT COMPANY LIMITED 1. The Project Upper Trishuli 3B Hydroelectric Project is a cascade scheme of Upper Trishuli 3A Hydroelectric Project (60 MW). Type & No: Francis. The main objective of the Company is to develop the Upper Trishuli 3B Hydroelectric Project (37 MW) located in Nuwakot and Rasuwa District.2 m (B) x 7. Dia. The equity share structure of the Company is as follows: „ Nepal Electricity Authority: 30 % „ Nepal Doorsanchar Company Limited: 30 % „ VDCs and DDCs of Nuwakot and Rasuwa: 5 % „ Financial institutions formed by the natives of Rasuwa and Nuwakot District: 5 % „ Natives of project affected districts (Nuwakot and Rasuwa): 10 % „ General Public: 15 % „ Employees of NEA and NDCL in proportion to employees ratio: 5% 2.0 m x 28. Both NEA and NDCL have equal equity shareholding in the Company.35 to 16.

Process of countries. „ Nepal Portion of line consists of 42.6m long Test Adit Tunnel which intersects PTCN respectively. 16th September. (PTCN) was incorporated on Bhadra 30. implementation of 400 kV double circuit line interconnection between Muzaffarpur in India „ Construction of camp facilities (ofÀce and and Dhalkebar in Nepal. as part of Ànancial Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL). POWER TRANSMISSION COMPANY NEPAL LIMITED (A Joint Venture company of Nepal Electricity Application of Shotcrete in Test Adit Tunnel Authority. Company Limited and IL&FS Energy Development Company Limited) „ Signing on the Draft Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with NEA was done in June Dhalkebar .1 km 132 Nepal Electricity Authority . 26%. Power Transmission Company Nepal leasing of government land by the Company is Ltd.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 „ The EIA of Upper Trishuli 3B Hydroelectric Project (37 MW) has been approved by the Ministry of Environment. objective of developing high voltage transmission interconnection system between Nepal and India „ Acquisition of private land required for for the mutual interest and beneÀt of both the the Project is almost complete. Tatha Bikas Company Ltd. Power Grid Corporation of India Limited. Bid evaluation is going on at Hydroelectricity Investment & Development present. As per MoU 45% of the total cost shall be shared by NEA and 55% by TJVCL. (i. 2064 going on. Loan agreement will be signed as Company Limited (HIDCL) and IL&FS Energy soon as the PPA is concluded with NEA.Bhittamod Transmission Line 2017. a subsidiary of Nepal Electricity of the PPA is expected to be concluded within Authority(NEA) was established with the main August 2017.one in India Tunnel is expected to be completed by August and other in Nepal were incorporated for 2017. of 16 June 2017. The Test Adit Two Joint Venture companies . Final signing (PTCN). „ The MoU between NEA and TJVCL for the construction of 3km transmission line through Trishuli 3B Hub Project has been signed. 2007) with the objective „ Company has signed “Indicative Term Sheet” of developing infrastructure. Development Company Limited (IEDCL) have subscribed 50%. residential buildings) at Project site has been completed. 14% and 10% Shares of „ A 463. the Head Race Tunnel (HRT) at about HRT’s mid-point is under construction.e. The signed Draft PPA has already been Power Transmission Company Nepal Limited approved by both NEA and TJVCL. closure for the debt portion required for the Hydroelectricity Investment & Development Project. management with the consortium of Nepalese Banks led & executing job related to transmission of by Nabil Bank and co-led by Jalvidhyut Lagani electricity. Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA).

a Joint Venture of IL&FS Energy Development Company Limited (IEDCL).27 (11th March.1 km long section of substation at Dhalkebar. for execution of 400 kV Nepal India Cross Border Transmission Line. Contracts for EPC for both Nepal & India Portions were NEA is presently drawing 145 MW of power from awarded to M/s TATA Projects Limited and India through this line. POWERGRID. Mn (§ INRs 2070 Mn) is tied through Power 2017. and initially charged at 132kV voltage level Nepal Electricity Authority 133 . NEA shall provide in Nepali currency amount equivalent to US Dollar 13. (PTCN) on 2070. Upon the completion of the 220 kV as Consultant.11. Nepal Transmission Line lying within the Nepalese would be able to draw around 270 MW of power territory was successfully constructed by PTCN through this line from India. The 42. „ India portion of Line consists of about 86 kms from Muzaffarpur Substation of POWER GRID in Bihar to India Border at Sursand/Bhittamod has been implemented by‘Cross Border Power Transmission Company Limited’ (CPTC) . 2007. Finance Corporation of India Ltd. As per the agreement. NEA has signed Subsidiary Finance Agreement with Power Transmission Company Nepal Ltd. where EXIM Bank agrees to provide 100 Million US Dollar to Nepal Government. SJVN Limited and NEA . this line is expected to Dhalkebar-Mujaffarpur 400 kV double circuit be charged at 220kV by Sep/Oct 2017. The estimated cost of India portion is NR 3880 Mn (§ INR Dhalkebar . Import of power through M/s KEC International Limited respectively this cross border Transmission line has been following the International Competitive major backbone in reducing the load shedding Bidding process undertaken by POWERGRID in Nepal. Nepal Government & EXIM Bank of India has entered into a Loan agreement on September 14.Bhittamod 400 kV Transmission Tower 2425 Mn) and debt funding of NRs 3313 under contingency arrangement in 19th Feb.a Joint Venture Company of NEA. 2014). NEA’S SUBSIDIARY AND ASSOCIATE COMPANIES FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 long from Nepal Border at Bhittamod to NEA Substation at Dhalkebar in Nepal has been implemented by ‘Power Transmission Company Nepal Limited’ (PTCN) . HIDCL & IEDCL The estimated revised cost of Nepal Portion of the project is NRs 1616 Mn (§ INRs 1010 Mn). & is being funded in D: E as 70:30. POWERGRID.2 Million.

India by control system. headed by a implementations of managerial plans. The total 128 budget centers were covered and management audits based on enterprise for both annual as well as half yearly audit out of risks. conducting and yearly Ànancial audit for FY 2016/17 were carried monitoring & evaluation of Ànancial. compliance with existing rules 134 Nepal Electricity Authority . procurement sectorial experts. The division carried out technical audits performed during FY 2016/17 are given below in of 35 ofÀces during FY 2016/17. Ànancial discipline and fairness of Ànancial statements. The department performs the aforesaid 228 (including project ofÀces) budget centers of audits on quarterly basis and reports to the Audit NEA. Committee and Managing Director of NEA. During FY 2016/17. The technical audit covers the audit of technical and other audits are performed to evaluate the norms and standards. Among these audits. policies. for their directions on matters related to audit. for reviewing the accounts. organization structure. guided by the annual audit of FY 2015/16. and to provide audit of 46 ofÀces in the last FY. The Internal Audit Department. independency to the internal audit system as well as to improve corporate governance. Ànancial statements accountability and monitoring & evaluation. Ànancial audit is performed basically Technical Audit to help the Ànal audit which is mandatory by law. preventive directorate-wise performance and to support as well as breakdown maintenance. programs and targets. member of the NEA Board and two peripheral procedures. Capacity Building Financial Audit A customized training program was conducted The Ànancial audit covers the audit of internal for senior and junior ofÀcers in Chennai. technical out. The committee is responsible management. which was in brief: excess of the initial target of 30. monitoring and electricity loss as per the guidelines The division-wise summaries of the audits available. job analysis. condition managerial decision making. The department holds regular ofÀces including Regional and Directorate ofÀces meetings and interactions with audit committee during FY 2016/17. energy balance. Audit Committee A vehicle audit team has been set up under technical audit division which conducted vehicle As per international practices. NEA Management Audit has incorporated the concept of Audit Committee The management audit covers the review and consisting of three members.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 CENTRAL ACTIVITIES INTERNAL AUDIT DEPARTMENT and regulations. The and reports of Ànal audit and conducting internal division carried out management audit of 60 audit functions. was completed and Audit Committee and headed by the Director is the annual audit report was submitted and half responsible for the planning.

the 735th meeting held on Shrawan 4. and as per chairing the NEA Board meetings since Poush 10. wrong MF calculation. after taking over as the Major Activities and Achievements of FY 2073-074: Secretary at the Ministry of Energy. Mr demand leakage and pilferage in energy meters. remarks found during inspection were reverse Ànancial restructuring. Division whole current meters were demand leakage due has been conducting activities that involve to oversized fuse or MCB or no MCB at all. demand leakage and direct tapping from the secondary side of transformer were also LOSS REDUCTION DIVISION observed. The major focus has been department also lacks the required support like given to Industrial consumers as they are few equipment. The major decisions relating to Company formulation. raid operations as and when required. employees’ services and inappropriate time-slot. wrong multiplying factor (MF) calculation. The Division July 2017 to enhance their auditing skills and is dedicated towards supporting in additional transfer professional knowledge related to various revenue generation by controlling electricity theft. Division has also conducted activities as The Secretary at the Ministry of Energy has been directed by Managing Director. demand leakage. display outage of meter Ànancial by laws and other signiÀcant decisions and pilferage of energy meter. evaluation system. Anup Kumar Upadhyay. the complaints received from public. out 734 to 757) Board Meetings were held. C. different Distribution Centers of Distribution and Consumer Services Directorate of NEA.T outage. The major remarks found among the electricity theft. became the Chairman of NEA Board of Directors and has been This year Division has performed its monitoring chairing the Board Meetings since 28 Bhadra. NEA. of monitoring. inspection and data download of rural community consumers. Loss & Leakage Control Activities: A total of 1382 whole current meters were The Loss Reduction Division led by Manager is inspected this year. aspects of internal audit. theft. pilferage inspection of energy meters and conducting Àeld Nepal Electricity Authority 135 . tampering.T. India during June. Mr Suman Prasad Sharma chaired it upto has also aimed at the control of stock units. and inspection activities of the consumers in 35 2073. relating to and for the beneÀt of NEA were taken. The main hurdle faced by the Internal Audit Department is the shortage of manpower. CENTRAL ACTIVITIES FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 National Productivity Council. The Regional ofÀces. energy leakage and loss. Beside the annual NEA BOARD MATTERS target./P. performance based unit. the Division had must be some kind of incentive to the auditors. pilferage. vehicles to carry out internal audit in numbers but consume energy at par with the effectively which has seriously jeopardized the domestic category. Challenges and wrong connection. CT/PT outage. to attract and retain TOD meter installed and 350 consumers with good auditors thereby increasing the overall whole current meter installed under different effectiveness of the internal controls of NEA. around 575 TOD meters have been inspected. There In the Àscal year 2073/074. 2073. set a target to inspect 500 consumers with as a motivational factor. The Division 2072. Division has also set a target mobility and effectiveness of auditors. 72% of which were found with entrusted with the responsibility to control the remarks. In few consumers. This year In the past Àscal year 2073/074 a total of 24 (no. Target of Loss Reduction Division of FY 2073-074: both qualitatively and quantitatively. Important of which 59% were found with remarks.

5 Meter Bypass Total of the several remarks found in energy meters during Àeld raid: S.5 Meter Bypass Gaushala 24170 168366.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 of meter and stock units.N Remarks Total 1 Bad Condition of meter 27 2 Theft/Bypass/Leakage 21 3 Seal Absent 593 4 High rated/No MCCB 615 5 TOD meter required to be installed 57 6 Meter in stop condition 6 7 Demand Leakage 66 8 HT metering Unit required to be installed 66 9 CT/VT outage 25 10 Display out 1 11 Reverse energy and connection 80 12 Inappropriate Time-slot 6 13 Wrong MF calculation 5 14 Stock units 14 136 Nepal Electricity Authority . current Of¿ce meter meter inspected Whole TOD inspected current 1 Biratnagar 120 106 78 28 2 Janakpur 253 29 221 21 3 Hetauda 242 144 105 117 4 Kathmandu 369 83 293 39 5 Pokhara 252 68 157 54 6 Butwal 116 108 110 47 7 Nepalgunj 30 37 30 35 Total 1382 575 994 341 Assessment of Electrical equipments during Loss Reduction Campaign Units recovered from theft under recommendation for billing by the Division to concerned Regional OfÀces and Distribution Centre: DC Units Amount (Rs) Remarks Meter type Tandi 1566 16665.2 Meter Bypass Gaushala 25574 177622.8 Meter Bypass 3 phase whole current Malangwa 29872 72507.5 Meter Bypass Total 104850 663974.5 Meter Bypass Bhairahawa 23668 228812.N. The key statistics are given in the following tables: Number Remarks Number of whole Regional of TOD S.

purchase. public relations end of F/Y 2016/17 remained 8259 Remaining enhancement. property menegement. HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT Regarding the Departmental Action Activities. legal service and recruitment & vacant positions are in the process of recuritmane. seminars.000/-) Life of educational program intended to human insurance scheme of organization beneÀted 409 resource development.453/59 Nepal Electricity Authority 137 .282 Likewise. During the year under review. voluntary retirements namely. house maintenance. ADMINISTRATION DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 ADMINISTRATION DIRECTORATE Administration Directorate is responsible The total numbers of aporved position in NEA for human resource management. cancellation of appointment 1 and force by a Director. social events & Employees Status FY 2016/2017 Approved Position ExistingSituation Level Service Daily/Wages Regular Project Total Permanent Periodical Total contract Managing Director 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 DMD(Level 12) 9 0 9 2 0 0 2 Of¿cer Level Technical 1248 113 1361 1062 0 1 1063 (Level 6-11) Non-tech 582 23 605 540 1 0 541 Total 1830 136 1966 1602 1 1 1604 Assistant Technical 5883 0 5883 4127 22 39 4188 (Level 1-5) Non-tech 3284 0 3284 2528 12 17 2557 Total 9167 0 9167 6284 34 56 6372 Grand Total 11006 136 11142 8259 35 57 8351 employes’s transfer associated activities etc. retirement 1. Human Resources Department. promotion related activities of the organization.10. Human Resource Department is basically 18 employees were suspended from the job and responsible for human resources managment annual increment (grade) of 2 employees were activities like manpower planning. 440 employees This Directorate is lead by Deputy Managing got retirement and this retirement comprises of Director and supported by four departments. Natural disaster grant training.10. Legal Department and and 23 employees passed way during service Recruitment Department.142 whereas working staff by the support. preparation withheld. terminations from job 3. disciplinary actions. resignation 80 Services Department. General 54. employees with amount of 20. logistic stand at 11. of job description and job speciÀcation based on Staff welfare loan including land/ house job analysis. This rituals was agreed to 972 empioyees amounting departmant is also responsible for managing Rs.68. staff welfare. Each department is led life. workshops and sponsorship was provied to 1 employees (Rs.15.29. compulsory retirement 278. 76.

12 announcement. provied medical assistance for treatment of Hard 501 on the process of result at various level Disease. Department is also actively Similary.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 During the period under review 5 employees had performer emmployees. documents and provide necessary support to concerned ofÀces for defense against LEGAL DEPARTMENT encroachment and misuse of land property. Out The major functions of this department are of 57 cases registered in different courts of the syllabus preparation and update. review 625 grievancesw were lodged through toil free number. NEA Management & other departments.56. Record keeping. 860 are for formulation of rules. SMS and other channels. RECRUITMENT DEPARTMENT During the year under review. 542 complaints were settled.88. The Department NEA has 31707-11-3-0 Ropani land spread all ovr also provides legal assistance through the the country. examination coordination and gone against NEA and 78 cases are waiting for selection of competent and deserving canidate. The publication Vidyut and public relation and public Department also involves in various negotiations grievance handing functions. 133 responsible for vehicle managment. logistic employees were promoted on seniority basis. Of which. 138 Nepal Electricity Authority . 101 on internal ofÀce. it furnishes staff promotion function participating in arbitration deed to resolve the through internal competition and performance disputes mostly related to project construction computation to upgrade competent and high contracts. courts judgment. the Department Recruitment Department is basically responsible provided 120 numbers of legal advices to the for recruitment and promotion of the employees. coordinaton of NEA NEA management where and when necessary. 45 verdicts came in favor of NEA. 169 support and security management of corporate on performance evaluation basis. Kaj Kiriya Anudan given away examinations and recommended for appointment to 383 employees and 18 employees had been in NEA's permanent service at different positions. 1463 people selected as successful 661 got medical facilities amount altogether candidate passing through the different level 1. Of them. The The Legal Department is responsible for dealing Department is also entrussdted with responsibility with legal matters. procedures in running condition. Likewise. Similarly NEA has 982 vehiciles in representation to the various committees formed service throughout the country.2. vacancy country. 302 GENERAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT employees of different levels were recommended General Service Department (GSD) is basically for promotion to higher level. During the year in review been granted accidental insurance amount and period.42/-. It provies legal advice to the of events management. regulations. etc of the organization. and 277 on the process of free competition examinations at verious level. legal cases of NEA in different courts of the country and abroad for dispute resolution. Out of Another vital area of its participation is to defend those. In the year under for power purchase and contract agreements. safeguarding of related competition under process.

budgetary control and treasury improve Ànancial health of NEA. Integrated Financial Management Information Middle Marshyangdi and Marshyangdi power System (IFMIS) and Nepal Financial Reporting plants operated in their designed generation Standards (NFRS) under Accounts Department. Managing Director (DMD). Energy generation from NEA's hydro and report directly to the DMD. Finance.35 % excess import Khimti. new country. Kathmandu GWh additional energy from IPPs including 232 Valley including other major cities turned into load GWh from newly commissioned Upper Marsyangdi shedding free and remaining parts of the country (50 MW) and Modi (25 MW). GoN endorsed new Ànancial carrying out overall Ànancial and accounting restructuring proposal submitted by NEA. power supply and Departments are headed by an individual Director Ànancial results after years' long distressing responsible for its functional areas of operation performance. control and monitoring to achieve operating surplus of NRs. The Ànance wing is also responsible and Ànancial improvement measures helped NEA for Ànancial planning. Two functional departments. FINANCE DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 FINANCE DIRECTORATE The Finance Directorate. Institutional Strengthening Project. During the year. NEA experienced reasonably progressive year are structured to support the Ànance wing.777. accounting losses contributed to enhance revenue and system operation. headed by a Deputy further evacuation of power to Kathmandu Valley.17 GWh as compared project ofÀce.04 GWh which was 22.305. 4.175.39 at corporate level of decision-making process. The year 2016/17 remained successful year for Nepal Electricity Authority in terms of minimizing Total energy purchased during the year stood at load shedding.Dhalkebar and Chapali substations were against the previous year's import of 1.24 GWh from IPPs. is responsible for During the year.657. NEA succeeded to increase total availability Nepal Electricity Authority 139 . Both in terms of electricity sales. During the year long awaited projects 2.777. namely Accounts Department and Corporate Finance Department. Similarly. Key responsibility areas revision of retail tariff and reduction of system include revenue administration. Upward functions of NEA. NEA felt a minimum load shedding as compared to increased power import from India in order to previous year 2015/16. These operational management. to actual generation of 2.00 performance and Ànancial health. improvement in operational 1. capacity which contributed higher energy availability to the distribution system. A separate power plant recorded 2. Kaligandaki A. Completion of Dhalkebar – Bhittamod commissioning of power plants about 116 MW by 400 KV Cross Border Transmission Line made Independent Power Producers (IPPs) and capacity possible to import additional energy from India up increment in import of power from India up to to 140 MW.133. NEA purchased 611.14 GWh in previous has been placed in operation to implement year 2015/16.68 completed. Total import from India constituted 370 MW. million in FY 2016/17. This became possible minimize long prevailed load shedding in the by efÀcient demand side management. These infrastructures helped for GWh.

1. previous year sales revenue and individual growth in domestic and industrial consumer category Interest cost on long term borrowing reduced noted 41. Similarly. 2. Overall growth in sales revenue million.094.21% as of the units were considered as technical and compared to the corresponding year.54 million measured only 4. Additionally. 50. 1.09 million reform programs and administrative restructuring for the year 2016/17.24% due to payment million including community and bulk buyer.824.97 million to 3.96% share of entire element since long.229.671.257.457.82 GWh by improving its own power plants and adding million from non-core business activities in a more purchased energy from IPPs and India.40% and 34.907.93 million as interest the system. 5. During the review period. NEA initiated substantial efforts to minimize NEA’s total operating expenses increased from leakage by implementing distribution system NRs.144. Industrial power purchase cost still remained less than the consumer category holds only 1.140. consumer volume but contributes 35. 967.073. system in Kathmandu valley & other cities that 46. 35. NEA NEA achieved attractive growth in total revenue increased expenses for strengthening distribution from sale of electricity amounting to NRs.15 interest rate from 8% to 5% for the GoN funded million as rebate in order to inspire consumer to loans and conversion of some loan into equity pay their electricity bills earlier than given credit shares. Out business activities reached to NRs.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 of energy in the distribution system to 6. contribution to the million for power purchase which became 27. generation expense. NEA's billing system million as compared to NRs. However. On the other side. However.84 GWh energy as sold to in the previous year 2015/16. of wheeling charge for power import through Cross Boarder Transmission Line. 45. loans and as dividend 36.76%. Major growth in operating activities which brought positive impact on loss expenses was experienced under the head of reduction by 2. Despite the growth in total availability of energy in NEA received NRs. Other growth included an increase in retail tariff.34 consumers’ base.73 period.200 million due to reduction in the total gross revenue. 1. Energy supplied by IPPs and import from India total income including income from non-core constituted 28.76% respectively. NEA's year.457.43% gross revenue by domestic consumers stands higher than the previous year. 917. power purchase cost.84% as compared to 42.66 million in FY 2016/17 from 31. Interest expense for the year calculated 140 Nepal Electricity Authority . NEA allowed NRs.82 million.90%. The growth in the the consumers and station consumption and rest overall income was maintained at 43. During the year. The factors behind this NRs.78% to 22.572.823. and transmission and distribution expense. non-technical losses. During the year. Likewise.48 of the total available energy.306. Power Domestic consumers continued to be the largest purchase cost continued to be the largest cost consumer category with 93. NEA's total million from NRs. NEA's own contribution got reduced to income on bank deposits. interest. higher operating expenses included generation.084.15 total gross revenue. 1.26 year with a growth of 74.53 million to NRs.98 system losses.61% respectively.85% and 35.773.85%.72 million measured 45% higher as compared to the respectively.42% of entire increase in energy purchased of 34. 4.02% in the previous income from investment in subsidiaries.50 million and 1. royalty energy availability in the system and reduction in and administration that remained NRs. dividend. 36. 7.087. 28. form of surcharge.61% to the transmission cost increased to NRs. NEA paid NRs. lease rent and sale of goods and services. Out of by about NRs.21 resulted into increase in distribution costs from milliion in FY 2015/16. NEA earned NRs. growth in at only 41.88 % from 25.35 to NRs.58 million in the previous consumers increased from 2.

joint appears to be NRs. pension. Likewise. Reduction investment is in hydroelectricity projects.58 million to recover the electricity bill directly from local in Rasuwagadhi Hydro Power Co.00 to generation. Nepal Electricity Authority 141 . 978.64 million for the year beneÀt plan scheme. 600. 2016/17.14 million in Sanjen Hydro Power Company Ltd. community electriÀcations in the various parts of Despite the huge reduction in Ànancial losses the country. assets.21 million as compared to previous year Company Limited (CHPCL). in its operating performance as compared to However. 66. of NRs. and equipment. NEA recorded capitalization of NRs. Total equity investment in Middle Bhotekoshi..08 of property.388.590. and adjustment of subsidies for power import loss from India. and NRs. 3.39 million. plant. The total trade receivables including dues from NEA increased its investment in subsidiaries government ofÀces and local bodies remained and other companies by NRs. 14.595. Trishuli 3A (60 MW) and transmission power in major cities all contributed to decrease line projects of different voltage level and rural Ànancial losses for the year under review. NEA completed various equipment resulted depreciation cost amounting distribution system reinforcement and rural area to NRs. Net loss for the not being obtained due to considerable delays in year reduced to NRs. NEA. 90. However.939. million towards long term employee liabilities in Accumulated investment in capital works in respect of gratuity.07 million in the year 2016/17. 3. a subsidiary company due to the non-recovery of government dues and of NEA.05 million at the end of the NEA holds 51% of equity investment at a cost Ànancial year.60 million in Chilime Hydro Power 3. amount of resources in various projects relating NEA estimated provision of NRs. 3. 13. 365 and NRs. Ànancial returns of those assets are corresponding Ànancial year. 2.079. million in FY 2016/17 due to Áuctuation of Japanese Yen vis-a-vis Nepali Rupees for the loan During the review period.73 million with accumulated leave facilities under employees' addition of NRs. plant and 2016/17. project completion schedule. power import in lower rate.250. Chameliyagadh (30 MW). Ltd. 30 million in the Àscal year 2073/74 and also directed NEA Middle Bhotekoshi Co. 25. 489.651. the largest component of NEA's return generating NRs.434.335 under the category foreign exchange translation gain of NRs.23 million at the end of the FY depreciation expenses on property. During the year. Ltd. Kulekhani III (14 increment in retail tariff and continuous supply of MW). medical facilities and progress reached to NRs.232 million respectively. NEA invested signiÀcant taken on Kulekhani Disaster Prevention Project. 83.92 million from NRs.19 million in FY 2015/16.02 million. 493. NEA's accumulated losses still Investment in subsidiaries. associates.39 million as compared to NRs. NEA invested NRs.554. Net carrying amount of PPE reached 5. plant and equipment (PPE) constitute Sanjen and Rasuwagadi reached to NRs. 3. The sources of investment included government equity and loan.59 million against NRs. 5. During the year. ventures and others reached NRs. transmission and distribution.350. bodies. FINANCE DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 as NRs. NRs.204. foreign loan and NEA experienced remarkable improvement grants and NEA's internal cash generation. the previous dues payable by local bodies up to During the year. being the promoter of four under signiÀcant increase in sales revenue. NRs. namely in system losses. Total receivables increased by NRs.879. construction generation projects of CHPL holds GoN instructed the Ministry of Finance to clear direct equity investment ranging from 10% to 18%.36 electriÀcation projects resulting in additional million in previous Ànancial year. The major 8. minor increase in to NRs.890. 30.247.73 million. Property. 1. 22.

117. Council of ministers via its cabinet decision (cabinet meeting no. at the end of FY 2016/17.90 million as equity and NRs.199 million respectively. Likewise. Likewise.2 times). NRs. At the end of the in the FY 2016/17. 225. 11/074) dated 2074/02/09 Similarly.376 million. NEA received NRs. Uttargunga NEA is required to achieve a number of covenants Power. Nepal Power Trading. Raghugunga Hydropower. incurred towards employees beneÀt. NEA Electricity Tariff Fixation Commission (ETFC) received NRs. conversion Ltd.830 million as interest on long term loan to GoN Tamakoshi Jalabidhyut.57 million as cash dividend from CHPCL projects relating to generation. Collection Period (ACP) (<3month). and NRs. Average in the succeeding Ànancial years. treasury. Doodhkoshi Jalabidhyut. Major covenants related to Ànancial performance These newly incorporated companies require are Rate of Return (RoR) (6%). 1.303. 12. transmission.805 million as long-term loan allowed NEA to increase electricity tariff by about 142 Nepal Electricity Authority . total long-term performance to meet loan covenants set by the borrowings from GoN. reached to NRs. and deposited NRs. donor agencies provided holds 41% interest in equity share capital in Upper around NRs. 143. Ltd. NEA distribution. Accordingly. Major decisions included Hydro Company Ltd. 111. Modi Jalabidhyut. During the year.37 in Power Transmission Company Nepal capital into operating income which was previously Ltd. Tower in respect of borrowing from the donor agencies. 6. the main source of project funding agencies. 3. In addition to this. respectively. invested NRs. 996 million in Tanahu Proposal of NEA. 3. reducing interest rate from 8% to 5% for GoN NEA maintained its loan investment of NRs. and and Butwal Power Company Ltd. total investment in Upper Tamakoshi provided NRs. Additionally. 1.21 million from NRs.625 and NRs. and holds rest of the investments in various of long term borrowing into equity share and subsidiaries and associate companies.71 million as long-term loan. 14.64 million in FY 2016/17.670 million against long term subsequently registered 12 companies in loan to the GoN. 35 million in Trishuli has endorsed the New Financial Restructuring Hydro Power Co.388 million as equity investment Hydro Power Company Limited reached NRs. adjustments of accumulated loss by NRs. NEA reimbursed for import loss from India.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 During the year. 16.341. and Betan made in the books which affected an increase in Karnali Sanchayakarta Hydropower Company equity capital by NRs. and Pole Production and Transformer Production. NEA contributed Company Registrar OfÀce. 4. funded loans and allowing NEA to reverse share 808. Aandhikhola Power. NEA Engineering. NEA decided to adopt company model to develop its existing projects and NEA repaid NRs. 14. During the year..11 million increasing authorized share capital to NRs. in Cross Border Power Transmission Company 125 billion. 967 million towards royalties and paid NRs. Ànancing. NEA invested NRs.000 million as long-term loans Tamakoshi Hydro Power Co.347. During the year. NEA could not achieve required Ànancial At the end of the Ànancial year. Newly registered NRs. 5. converting the power import cost payable Investment Trust against the future liabilities to GoN from Tanakpur point into share capital. 14. companies included Upper Arun Hydro Electric.87 and from GoN internal source to invest in different NRs. in NEA. 310 million in Citizen capital. Tamor Power. Debt Service signiÀcant investment in a form of equity and loan Coverage Ratio (DSCR) (1. Ltd. GoN also FY 2016/17.484. converting foreign grants into share Ltd.30 million as share capital in necessary accounting adjustments have been Electricity Generation Company Ltd.

Gyanendra Bahadur accounting and management decision support Bhari and Mr. Consultation with World Bank is in Accountants jointly completed the statutory audit progress to select short term consultancy services for the year 2015/16.15 million which is being 2016. Mr. is a mandatory obligation from Àscal year 2016/17 for public sector entities. Chartered system. The auditors have System (IFMIS). NEA Board periodically insufÀcient to Àll a huge gap between cost of reviews the audit qualiÀcations and instructs the sales and retail tariff. Therefore. Management is in a process The proposal is under consideration of ETFC for of resolving policy related audit qualiÀcations by appropriate decision. engage professional Àrms through competitive NEA has deposited Rs. accounting and internal Mr. Implementation approved Ànancial statements to the auditors for of Nepal Financial Reporting Standards (NFRS) issuing Ànal audit report. Institutional commenced their audit procedures by attending Strengthening Project is under implementation physical veriÀcation and submitting audit-planning with the assistance from World Bank to strengthen memorandum. It plans to introduce modern IT based Accountant. Fellow Chartered control system. to carry out statutory audit for Integrated Financial Management Information the Ànancial year 2016/17. qualiÀcations of NRs. Hem Kumar KaÁe. preparatory works have been completed to income tax assessment up to the FY 2012/13. OfÀce of the Auditor General has appointed Mr. NEA is in a process of strengthening Ànancial Nanda Kishor Sharma. NEA has recently management to settle by complying applicable proposed for upward revision of overall retail tariff. 1. During the Large Tax Payer's OfÀce has concluded Ànal year. rules and procedures. NEA has submitted the to procure IT system integrator. which is to be settled by Large Tax Payer's NEA. OfÀce. implementing time bound action plan. Accordingly. Sudarshan Raj Pandey and Ànancial management. Parakram Nath Sharma. 1. such increment in tariff is felt brought since FY 1993/94.500 million as advance national bidding process to implement NFRS in tax. NEA expects to settle long pending audit Nepal Electricity Authority 143 . However. FINANCE DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 15 % on an average with effective from July. Mr.

NRs.879.57 74.777.08) 746.85 36.54 15.63) Foreign exchange translation losses/(Gain) (493.14 1.671.050.34) (23.155.651. NRs.06 Thermal Generation (GWh) 0. NRs.78 (2.218.969./kWh) 9.39 5.087.671.36 22.44 Internal Sold/Utilised (GWh) 4.21 14.911.457.96) (8.23 2.27 (88.554.) 117. /kWh) 10.00 52.) 3.25 (1.204.92) (8. Plant & Equipment (M. NRs.17) Note: *Provisional ¿gures.50 Administration Expenses (M.56) (166.) 50.24 Distribution Expenses (M.715.39 (1.85 8.124.094.133./kWh) Average Power Purchase Rate (NRs.257.73 (1.) 28.98) 5.35 1.57 5.20 7.166.35 .61 11.079. NRs.077.85 Cost of Service (NRs.82 3.33 835.47 Annual Average Consumer's Consumption 1.14 7.303.890.) 7.) 1.95 27.444.) 4.28 0.00 9.72 1.23 Depreciation Expenses (M.59 3.55 Net Property.00 7.13 490.48 35.28 Operating Surplus (M.10 1.484.NRs.37 (559.88) (11.249.02 28.00 2.98 1.73 1.320./kWh)*** 7. NRs.58 88.683.484.59 23.India 2. NRs.90) from India (NRs.34 22.59 (0.457.66 31.10 (0. NRs.) 1.15 1.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Nepal Electricity Authority Highlights of FY 2016/17 Increase/(Decrease) Description FY 2017* FY 2016 Amount % Revenue Net Sale of Electricity (M.306.180.07 (kWh)** Average Price of Electricity (NRs.39 6.20 257.99) Long-Term Loans (M.576 288.NRs.36 7.776.21 111.786.32) IPPs (NRs.180.08 0.332.466.56 26.24 611.43 Royalty (M.04 1.) 1.572.824.13 84.55) (6.60) Self Consumption (GWh) 48.239.39) (5.257.58 812.82 5.250.21 Operating Expenses: - Generation Expenses (M.08) Exported Energy (GWh) 2.91 (0.18 1.19) 7.823.36 97.84 3.24 1.64 6.06) (2.09 1.82 1.46) (14.) 967.657.44 45.907.00 Income from other Services (M.14 172.057.14 Purchased Energy (GWh) . NRs.82 Power Purchase (M.25 NEA Hydro Generation (GWh) 2.37 9.144.812 2.16) Net System Losses (Percentage) 22.) (978.229.) 45. **On internal sales ***On total purchase 144 Nepal Electricity Authority .47 31.53 9./kWh) Average Power Purchase Rate 7.90 Number of Consumers 3.236 9.49 25.24 Total Available Electric Energy (GWh) 6.68 397.385.252.521.773.09) (1.80 4.30) Peak Load Interconnected System (GWh) 1.90 25.36 213.48 (1.12 12.23 88.17 2.) 90.69 3.74 Total Operating Expenses (M.93 43.97 1.175.56 28.14 1.718.Nepal (Internal) 1.73 5.39 Average Power Purchase Rate from 7.013.) 4. NRs.71 Total Revenue (M.50 883.30 58.19 49. NRs.200.71 Total Sales of Electricity (GWh) 4.058.82 17.03 8.32) Interest on Long-Term Loans (M.76 Net Income/(Loss) (M.53 3.) 3.305.09 36. NRs.55 Transmission Expenses (M.15 (0.333.777.05) Provision for Employee bene¿ts 2.57 (0.073.084. NRs.) 46.00 200. NRs.

24 149.48 21.169.02 5.927.021.230.691.05 84.20 693.684.08 82.909.697.058.319.24 2.71 84.725.20 693.288.049.222.00 3.388.407.260.780.089.44 25.47 13.45 29.22 33.782.83) (8.042.17 4.621.89 68.494.098.60 16.28 Capital Work in Progress 83.689.93 39.527.939.186.55 1.905.46 35.137.00 250.324.82 4.659.871.717.01 Total Non-Current Liabilities 118.13 100.05 11.20 693.591.68 39.17 6.804.714.037.998.45 19.422.431.05 58.61) Total Equity 45.50 27.231.00 (21.*Provisional ¿gures 145 FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 .866.238.07 21.83 Accumulated Pro¿ts (Loss) (30.178.13 100.39 46.45 13.80 137. .854.908.30 33.69 25.45 9.085.00 1.721.368.20 120.512. 700.177.46 28.384.919.052.484.20 693.631.09 86.960.08 Total Assets 238.800.00 1.415.097.56 36.359.364. in million) Particulars 2017* 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 Assets Non Current Assets Property.33 210.02 3.48 2.694.030.523.043.309.089.034.159.95 32.14 27.91 130.85 Current Liabilities Borrowings .680.73 66.016.80 3.17 165.040.15 Prepaid.13 2.981.80 137.015.71 21.773.57 103.33 112.38 Total Current Liabilities 73.434.13 Trade and other Receivables 14.50 52.60 6.576.244.330.51 Current Assets :- Inventories 3.56 5.855.97) 0.75 37.59 Note:.376.105. .53 1.265.755.832.683.99 2.82 108.022.159.608.140.936.58 1.052.99 3.200.33 210.19 6.180.03 1.412.238.631.751.03 6.402.20 693.09 58.15 23.65 2.40 63.10 89.34 143.759.843.59 Equity and Liabilities Capital and Reserves Share Capital 74.24 162.724.922.280.74 2.495.24 2.47 83.275.58) (13.78 2.87 1.367.22 29.30 1.238.62 25.082.77 33.032.94 51.44 3.033.64 138.85 1.96 99.689.46 126.875.42) (20.609.82 21.699.37 189.05 17.523.951.36 55.36 19.742.12 1.98 11.951.930.596.85 98.80 3.510.20 62.691.86 49.521.497.00 27.766.946.26 6.043.637.81 184.460.21 111.17 165.28 83.81 38.57 4.67 75.84 9.544.66 53.121.543.512.283.13 14.464.23 88.502.993.60 2.983.825.955.63 81.550.501.544.800.651.524.706.40 72.82 108.037.019.83 2.07 3.501.24 149.78 2.162.259.859.65 113.09 69.90 37. 2017 (NRs.924.73 98.951.03 11.39) (34.721.500.609. Nepal Electricity Authority Statement of Financial Position as at July 15.20 693.00 FINANCE DIRECTORATE Sundry Creditors and Other Payables 50.976.561.17 29.55 123.780.41 1.372.22 24.52 Total Non-Current Assets 199.848.325.062.74 3.52 26.985.253.647.300.61 7.07 44.73 5. Plant & Equipment 90.67 47.08 Cash and Cash Equivalents 15.439.60 10.09 117.70 3.534.45 17.33 18.34 11.55 Nepal Electricity Authority Total Liabilities 192.359.42 111.909.00 1.47) (25.03 17.729.951.64 98.644.47 7.84 Deferred Tax 693.56 44.350.76 1.47 85.65 52.204.641.45 51.008.00 790.238.602.052.09 27.585.261.97 Reserves and Accumulated Pro¿ts Reserve 2.545.52 14.16) (9.98 2.407.20 693.57 4.693. Loans & Advances and Deposits 4.09 117.86 54.337.17 Provisions 23.303.90 31.04 176.198.65 1.14 2.233.74 4.45 45.481.90 65.52 26.84 97.11 87.062.46 126.36) (14.72 Total Current Assets 38.75 163.41 3.466.996.93 2.445.20 693.520.65 79.788.70 15.290.91 12.728.40 Total Equity and Liabilities 238.807.162.45 21.25 32.988.37 189.20 791.19 Non-Current Liabilities Borrowings 117.28 3.677.664.550.873.85 58.67 58.71 Investments 25.72 83.361.984.45 22.87 75.

205.55 2.094.164.70 25.39 Cost of Sales : Generation 1.824.09 2.493.02 1.42 1.524.31 1.354.35 5.116.868.879.102.541.510.51 1.28 7.74 9.58 1.97 8.382.041.20 1.437.188.746.210.604.04 FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Royalty 967.38 345.947.63 519.15 3.01 2.92) Note:. 2017 (NRs. Nepal Electricity Authority 146 Income Statement for the year ended July 15.00 2.71 979.36 3.27 1.60 14.492.59 3.52 651.02 3.218.01 3.00 2.69 683.246.46 888.296.306.457.66 5.50 973.48 4.147.84) (2.58 579.17) (52.18 3.13 1.98 Interest Expenses 3.94 1.80 4.383.53 13.21 2.34 22.031.651.16 274.695.129.72 1. .27 1.73 328.250.69 6.948.091.041.92) (8.77 28.60 854.575.76 Nepal Electricity Authority Power Purchase 28.82 5.51) Provision under Employees' Bene¿ts Plan 2.685.084.01 28.15 4.601.405.088.234.575.691.168.88) (6. (549.333.57 7.41) (9.144.80 3.246.66 31.988.37 1.96 337.67 813.50 883.11 2.64 17.119.51 4.38 866.274.66 Distribution Expenses 7.00 1.67 890.77 796.890.106.01 Administrative Expenses 1.22) (6.68 3.98 1.322.90 1.361. .050.004.079.56 Other Income 4.62 3.405.39 19.68 1.65 2.33 3.13 892.68) (112.19 17.457.45 416.39 5.470.26 4.087.21 30.15 1.74 421.97 3.*Provisional ¿gures .902.039.82 17.56 1.00 3.76) (6.68) (168. .885.26 2.37 Depreciation 3.82 3.21 4.62 20. in million) A YEAR IN REVIEW Particulars 2017* 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 Sales 46.332.339.869.85 Gross pro¿t 12.54 8.56 5.02 1.946.895.33 2.54 7.18 Transmission 1.823.050.62 5.110.808.027.92 2.96 484.41 10.907.74 4.870.95 1.354.689.65 3.471.49 941.17 Loss ( Gain) on Foreign Exchange (493.629.10 Provisions & write offs .554.67 934.93 15.961.670.76 849.46 11.089.12 839.327.57 85.156.886.572.08) 746.594.49 3.890.36) (959.341.48 (523.19) (5.19 1.69 929.00 Net Pro¿t/(Loss) before Tax (978.36) (3.180.542.73 4.79) (323.82) (5.239.77) (652.668.228. .671.249.14) 896.74 789.112.175.

liabilities in foreign currencies are translated at revenues and expenses and disclosures closing rate. net realisable value merger of the Department of Electricity of Ministry of inventory. diminution in value of long- of Water Resources. The Ànancial statements have been prepared different from the current practice.1 Basis of preparation of Financial Statements believes that the impact of recognising those revenues on cash basis will not be materially a. FINANCE DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 SigniÀcant Accounting Policies For the year ended July 15. in accordance with Nepal Accounting Standards (NAS) and Generally Accepted f. power system both interconnected and isolated. generally.2 Foreign Currency Transactions b. efÀciency and reliable service. Examples of on Bhadra 1. necessitated to remedy the inherent weaknesses associated with these fragmented electricity c. some income and expenses are accounted on a 1. The Àgures for the previous year are organizations with overlapping and duplication rearranged and reclassiÀed wherever of works. reliable and affordable electric power by planning. Any revision to accounting estimates is recognised prospectively in the Nepal Electricity Authority ('NEA') was incorporated current and future periods. 1985) under the such estimates include provision for Nepal Electricity Authority Act. effect of any change in accounting policy. The Ànancial statements are prepared.2. for practical reasons. transmission and distribution of adequate. and became necessary to achieve necessary for the purpose of comparison. However.1 Functional and Presentation Currency prudent and reasonable and management Items included in the Ànancial statements of the is aware that future results could differ from authority are measured and presented using the Nepal Electricity Authority 147 . 1. through the employee beneÀts. constructing. The balances of monetary assets and reported balance of assets and liabilities. The resulting gain or loss due to the relating to the contingent liabilities. on accrual basis. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES cash basis. Such speciÀc historical cost conventions. Management 1. 1984. The translation is taken to proÀt and loss. d. accounting estimate and adjustment of error. These standards estimates are disclosed in individual sections and practices are substantially in line with wherever they have been applied. Management has applied estimation while Accounting Principles and practices following presenting Ànancial statements. management believes that the estimates used in preparation of the Ànancial statements are 1. The preparation of Ànancial statements The transactions in foreign currency are requires NEA’s management to make recognised at the prevailing rate on transaction estimates and assumptions that affect the date. 2074) CONSTITUTION AND OWNERSHIP these estimates. operating such facilities in Nepal's e. 2042 (16 August. the principles set out in IFRS. 2017 (Ashad 31. Nepal Electricity Corporation term investments and non-recoverability of and related Development Boards. Appropriate disclosures are made for the The principal objectives of NEA include generation. The merger was receivable balances etc.

total number of bringing the asset to its working condition for bonus shares received has been disclosed with its intended use and also include borrowing initial investment. construction/erection of qualifying asset. It also includes in which the Authority operates (the functional the balances with contractors and suppliers for currency).5 Capital Work in Progress (CWIP) estimated by the management in the ordinary course of business. less estimated costs. All expenditures in developing property. property. costs directly attributable to the acquisition. upon commissioning or identiÀed as being ready to use. 132 KV and above) 3% (g) Transmission lines (33 KV) 3% (h) Transmission Substations 3% (i) Distribution system (including below11 KV Transmission lines) 3%-4% (j) Solar Power 3% (k) Meter & metering equipment 10% (l) Consumer Services 7% (m) Public lighting 3% (n) Vehicles.5% (f) Transmission lines (66 KV. plants if any. accumulated depreciation. plant and equipment are as follows: „ Net realizable value is the sale price as 1. in plant and equipment include cost of acquisition the value of such investments. Plant and Equipment. The rates of depreciation applied on method. if any. except land. using the weighted average assets. in short). 20% (o) Of¿ce Equipment 15% (p) Miscellaneous properties 50% (q) Additions during the year 50% of applicable rates 148 Nepal Electricity Authority . These are capitalised (indicated as Rs. Write-downs are made for impairment. lying in store or in transit for the purpose of use in Depreciation Rate Assets Category (per annum) (a) Land - (b) Buildings 2% (c) Hydro Electric Structures 2%-3% (d) Hydro Electric Plant & Machinery 3% (e) Internal Combustion on plant & machinery 2. 1. 1. and equipment not yet completed or not ready to adjustments are made for those inventories use are categorised as CWIP. on straight-line method.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 currency of the primary economic environment the construction or development. However.7 Inventories „ Inventories include goods in hand being held 1. Bonus shares or construction/erection together with other issued by investee companies have not been incidental costs and charges attributable to accounted in books. The cost of property. which is the Nepalese Rupees the value yet to be received. Depreciation is provided on Property. The value of Capital identiÀed by management as obsolete or works-in-progress includes stock of equipment otherwise.4 Depreciation for use. „ Inventories are valued at lower of cost or net based on the estimated useful lives of those realisable value. necessary to make the sale. sale or as spares. Plant and Equipment Property. furniture and ¿xtures. Further.6 Investments in Shares of acquisition and/or cost of construction less All investments in shares are carried at cost.3 Property. tools and instruments. plant and equipment are stated at cost 1.

whether or not billed to the Authority. Liabilities on foreign currency loans at the year end are converted into Nepali Rupees by applying 1. Retirement Fund and Insurance are classiÀed as current liabilities. Provisions are reviewed at each statement of Ànancial Cash and cash equivalents are carried at cost. cash-in-transit (bank current best estimate. it is probable that an outÁow Trade receivable are stated at carrying values of resources embodying economic beneÀts will be except for those identiÀed by the management required to settle the obligation and the reliable as being doubtful on recovery. other than retirement accounts which may or may not bear interest. Contingent liabilities are disclosed in respect of possible present obligations that have arose 1. 1. Contribution from Customer/Local Authority prevailing year-end exchange rates. Other borrowing costs are treated as an Pension.16 Contingent Liabilities goods / services received. The gain / loss arising there from such transaction are Grants-in-Aid received from the GoN or other recognised as proÀt or loss. Leave Encashment and Medical expense in the period in which it occurs. Employee beneÀts. for doubtful recovery are reviewed by the management regularly. For Retirement BeneÀts Plans date of the Ànancial position are classiÀed as non.8 Trade Receivables a present legal or constructive obligation as a result of past events. FINANCE DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 1.9 Cash and Cash equivalents degree of estimation in measurement. Such estimations estimate of the amount can be made.12 Trade and Other Payables initially as Capital Reserve and subsequently Liabilities for creditors and other payables are adjusted as income in the same proportion as carried at cost which is the fair value of the depreciation is charged on such assets. Recognition of Provisions involves substantial 1. are accounted for in the period which are not of the nature of investments. BeneÀts) expenses are charged to the income statement on the basis of management 1. construction of a qualifying asset are included in the cost of that asset irrespective of the physical „ DeÀned BeneÀt Plans (such as Gratuity. consideration to be paid in the future for the 1. during which the services have been rendered on accrual basis.11 Foreign Currency Loans estimate.10 Finance Cost Borrowings that are due after 12 months from the b. Schemes) expenses are charged to income statement on the basis of the liability Finance costs that are directly attributable to the recognised for the period.13 Provisions from past events but their existence can only be Provisions are recognised when the Authority has conÀrmed on occurrence or non-occurrence of Nepal Electricity Authority 149 . transfers and cheques in collection which are collected in the subsequent period).14 Employee BeneÀts with banks in the various forms of deposit a. but beneÀts.15 Grant–in-Aid. position date and are adjusted to reÁect the They include cash-in-hand. progress. Agencies towards capital expenditure as well as consumers’ contribution to capital work are treated 1. „ DeÀned Contribution Plans (such as Provident current liabilities and those less than 12 months Fund. and deposits 1.

1. Dividend on investment in shares is recognized and liability and carrying amount thereto. surcharge on delayed payment etc.17 Revenue from Sale of Electricity 1. 20 million every year. Revenue from sale of electricity is recognised at the time of raising bills to the customers Insurance fund is created by setting aside a sum as per the billing cycle. are recognised on accrual basis. Revenue from other services. plant and has been recognised on estimated basis. are accounted for on Current Tax is determined as the amount of tax cash basis. is of realization of such assets. Revenue from sale of electricity is shown net 1. agreement (PPA) are accounted for on cash basis. Interest on investments and rental income Deferred tax is recognised on temporary difference. for any eventuality. assets are recognised only to the extent there is reasonable certainty of realisation in future. Other deferred tax recognised on cash basis. there is carry forward losses. Where when right to receive has been established. in case of proÀt for billing cycle date up to Ashad End (Mid-July) the year.20 Taxes of rebate. Penalty chargeable on late commercial within the control of NEA and possibility of outÁow operation date (COD) under power purchase of resources is not determinable. a. to cover any loss of property. being the difference between tax base of assets b. Rebate on payment before due date.18 Income from Other Sources b. Current tax b. including are recognized only if there is virtual certainty services provided by Engineering Services.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 one or more uncertain future events not wholly d.19 Insurance Fund a. 150 Nepal Electricity Authority . Deferred tax a. 1. deferred tax asset c. payable in respect of taxable income for the year. equipment. Revenue from the of Rs.

FINANCE DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Statistics & Schematics Nepal Electricity Authority 151 .

A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Total Energy Available & Peak Demand 152 Nepal Electricity Authority .

FINANCE DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Growth of Consumers Nepal Electricity Authority 153 .

A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Electricity Sales 154 Nepal Electricity Authority .

FINANCE DIRECTORATE FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Revenue Nepal Electricity Authority 155 .

A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17
System Load Curve of Peak Load Day

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ELECTRICITY TARIFF FISCAL YEAR 2016/17

ANNEX-1
ELECTRICITY TARIFF
TARIFF RATES
1. Domestic Consumers
(a) Service and Energy Charge (Single Phase)
kWh 5 Ampere 15 Ampere 30 Ampere 60 Ampere
Service Energy Service Energy Service Energy Service Energy
(Monthly) Units Charge Charge Charge Charge Charge Charge Charge Charge
0-20 30.00 3.00 50.00 4.00 75.00 5.00 125.00 6.00
21-30 50.00 7.00 75.00 7.00 100.00 7.00 150.00 7.00
31-50 75.00 8.50 100.00 8.50 125.00 8.50 175.00 8.50
51-150 100.00 10.00 125.00 10.00 150.00 10.00 200.00 10.00
151-250 125.00 11.00 150.00 11.00 175.00 11.00 225.00 11.00
251-400 150.00 12.00 175.00 12.00 200.00 12.00 250.00 12.00
Above 400 175.00 13.00 200.00 13.00 225.00 13.00 275.00 13.00
(b) Service and Energy Charge (Three Phase)
Low Voltage (230/400 V)
Up to 10 KVA Above 10 KVA
kWh
Service Charge Energy Charge Service Charge Energy Charge
Up to 400 12.50 12.50
1100.00 1800.00
Above 400 13.50 13.50
(c) Service and Energy Charge: Three Phase
Medium Voltage (33/11 KV)
Up to 10 KVA
kWh
Service Charge Energy Charge
Up to 1000 11.00
1001-2000 1100.00 12.00
Above 2001 13.00
Billing Method (For 5 Ampere)
Rate Rs.
S. No. Electricity Consume Block Billing Method
Per Unit
Minimum Monthly Service Charge Rs. 30.00 for up to 20 units and Energy Charge
1 Up to 20 units 3.00
Rs. 3.00 per unit
Minimum Monthly Service Charge Rs. 50.00 and Energy Charge per unit Rs. 3.00
2 21 to 30 units 7.00
for per unit up to 20 units and Rs. 7.00 per unit for 21 units to 30 units
Minimum Monthly Service Charge Rs. 75.00 and Energy Charge per unit Rs. 3.00
3 31 to 50 units 8.50 for per unit up to 20 units and Rs. 7.00 per unit for 21 units to 30 units and Rs. 8.50
per unit for 31 units to 50 units
Minimum Monthly Service Charge Rs. 100.00 and Energy Charge per unit Rs.
3.00 for per unit up to 20 units and Rs. 7.00 per unit for 21 units to 30 units and
4 51 to 150 units 10.00
Rs. 8.50 per unit for 31 units to 50 units and Rs. 10.00 per unit for 51 units to 150
units
Minimum Monthly Service Charge Rs. 125.00 and Energy Charge per unit Rs.
3.00 for per unit up to 20 units and Rs. 7.00 per unit for 21 units to 30 units and Rs.
5 151 to 250 units 11.00
8.50 per unit for 31 units to 50 units and Rs. 10.00 per unit for 51 units to 150 units
and Rs. 11.00 per unit for 151 units to 250 units
Minimum Monthly Service Charge Rs. 150.00 and Energy Charge per unit Rs.
3.00 for per unit up to 20 units and Rs. 7.00 per unit for 21 units to 30 units and
6 251 to 400 units 12.00 Rs. 8.50 per unit for 31 units to 50 units and Rs. 10.00 per unit for 51 units to 150
units and Rs. 11.00 per unit for 151 units to 250 units and Rs. 12.00 per unit for
251 units to 400 units
Minimum Monthly Service Charge Rs. 175.00 minimum charge and Energy Charge
per unit Rs. 3.00 for per unit up to 20 units and Rs. 7.00 per unit for 21 units to 30
7 Above 400 13.00 units and Rs. 8.50 per unit for 31 units to 50 units and Rs. 10.00 per unit for 51
units to 150 units and Rs. 11.00 per unit for 151 units to 250 units and Rs. 12.00
per unit for 251 units to 400 units and Rs. 13.00 per unit for above 400 units

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Similarly, billing will be made for 15, 30 and 60 Ampere.
2. Other Consumers
2.1 Low Voltage (230/400 V)
Tariff Rate
Consumer Category Demand Charge Energy Charge
Rs. per KVA/ month Rs./unit
1. Industrial
a) Rural and Domestic 60.00 7.80
b) Small Industry 110.00 9.60
2. Commercial 325.00 11.20
3. Non-Commercial 215.00 12.00
4. Irrigation 4.30
5. Water Supply
a) Community Water Supply 155.00 5.20
b) Other Water Supply 230.00 7.20
6. Temple 6.10
7. Street Light
a) Metered 7.30
b) Non-Metered 2475.00
8. Temporary Supply 19.80
9. Non-Domestic 350.00 13.00
10. Entertainment Business 350.00 14.00

2.2 High Voltage
Tariff Rate
Consumer Category Demand Charge Energy Charge
Rs./KVA/month Rs./unit
A. High Voltage (66 KV or above)
1. Industrial 240.00 7.50
B. Medium Voltage (33 KV)
1. Industrial 255.00 8.40
2. Commercial 315.00 10.80
3. Non-commercial 240.00 11.40
4. Irrigation 55.00 4.80
5. Water Supply
a) Community Water Supply 220.00 6.00
b) Other Water Supply 220.00 6.60
6. Transportation
a) Trolley Bus 230.00 5.60
b) Other Transportation 255.00 8.60
7. Non-Domestic 350.00 12.55
8. Entertainment Business 350.00 13.50
C. Medium Voltage (11 KV)
1. Industrial 255.00 8.60
2. Commercial 315.00 11.10
3. Non-commercial 240.00 11.50
4. Irrigation 55.00 4.90
5. Water Supply
a) Community Water Supply 220.00 6.20

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75 5.15 7.75 4.40 8.40 7.00 6.70 5.45 4. Entertainment Business 350.30 3.00 12. Commercial 315.15 12.20 C.00-23. Street Light 80.80 3. Medium Voltage (33 KV) 1.90 8.00 12.60 11. Non-commercial 240.00) (23.00 12.50 7.00 10. Non-Domestic 350.25 8. Commercial 315. Transportation a) Trolley Bus 230.60 b) Other Transportation 255.75 10.00 ) (5.00 9. Irrigation 55.00 7.50 5. Foreign Mission. Temporary Supply 330.40 8. 3.00 5. Temporary Supply 330.35 3. Under Entertainment: Cinema Hall.00 8. Time of Day (ToD) Tariff Rate a) Electricity Tariff Rate from Baishakh to Mangsir Tariff Rate Demand Consumer Category Charge Pick Time Off Pick Time Normal time Rs.20 5. per KVA/ (17.00 9.50 4.10 9.50 4. Water Supply a) Community Water Supply 220.50 6.00 10.00-17.50 5.90 Under Non-Domestic: Embassy.30 5.30 3. High Voltage (66 KV or above) 1.30 6.00 14. ELECTRICITY TARIFF FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 b) Other Water Supply 220. Fun Park.40 8.00 7.15 9.15 4. INGO.65 4.00 4.70 5.20 5.00 13. Non-Commercial 240.00 9.80 7.00 3.15 4.90 b) Other Water Supply 220.40 6. Star Hotel. Water Supply a) Community Water Supply 220.40 6. Transportation a) Trolley Bus 230.60 6.00 10. Medium Voltage (11 KV) 1.90 10.00-5.00 12.40 3. Theater etc. Transportation a) Trolley Bus 230.50 b) Other Transportation 255.00 7.00 8. Industrial 250.20 8.25 8. Temple 220.80 6.00 10.50 7.55 2.10 3.40 6.40 2.20 5. Irrigation 55.30 4.60 5. Private Campus.70 8.00 13. Street Light 80. Industrial 250.00 11. Temple 220.00 6.00 6.10 b) Other Water Supply 220.00 9.25 4. Shopping Mall etc.00 8.90 11.00 12.60 b) Other Transportation 255.80 3. Industrial 240.00 13.20 7.00 9.75 Nepal Electricity Authority 159 .50 B.40 3.00) month A.00 7.

00 8.70 5.40 4. c) 10% rebated in total bill amount will be given to the Government of Nepal approved Industrial Districts.10 3. per KVA/ month (17. Transportation a) Trolley Bus 230. Commercial 315.20 12.00 13.80 4. Street Light 80.00 12.50 8.50 B. Commercial 315.00 9.00 6.60 b) Other Transportation 255.50 6.00) A.00 9. f) If New Additional Consumers applying for 11 KV supply are to be supplied at 33 KV. Consumers having kW demand meter shall mandatorily install capacitors within the given time. Transportation a) Trolley Bus 230.25 N*= Total Number of Consumers of a Community Group Notes: a) Low Voltage refers to Electricity Supply of 230/400 V.30 7.00 14.55 2.60 11. Medium Voltage refers to 11 KV and 33 KV and High Voltage refers to 66 KV or above.40 8.20 8. e) Consumers supplied at High Voltage (66 KV or above) and Medium Voltage (33 KV and 11 KV) should compulsorily install ToD Meter.25 Above (N* x 30) units 6. Street Light 80. Governmental Hospital and Health Centers (except Residential Complex or part thereof) under the Government of Nepal pay the bill within 21 days.15 5.40 6.00 7. Medium Voltage (33 KV) 1.80 3.00 11.65 8. 20 percent rebate will be given in total bill amount. d) If the Crematory House. Water Supply a) Community Water Supply 220.00 10.10 9.90 b) Other Water Supply 220.10 b) Other Water Supply 220.40 11.30 5.00 10.00 13. Otherwise their KVA demand shall be calculated as KVA=kW/07. 160 Nepal Electricity Authority . High Voltage (66 KV or above) 1.35 8. Non-Commercial 240.00 7.00 4.20 8. Non-commercial 240.30 9.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 b) Electricity Tariff Rate from Paush to Chaitra Tariff Rate Consumer Category Demand Charge Pick Time Normal Time Rs.50 b) Other Transportation 255.8. Medium Voltage (11 KV) 1. Irrigation 55. Community Wholesale Consumer: Voltage Level Energy Charge (Rs.00-23. Temporary Supply 330.00 7. Industrial 250.00 6. b) If Demand Meter of any consumer reads kilowatts (kW). Water Supply a) Community Water Supply 220. Irrigation 55.50 8. Industrial 250./unit) a) Medium Voltage (11KV/33KV) Upto (N* x 30) units 4.45 6.25 4.00 12.40 2. Temple 220.40 4.00 b) Lower Voltage Level (230/400 Volt) Upto (N* x 30) units 4.25 Above (N* x 30) units 6. if the bill is paid within 21 days of billing date.00 7.20 C.00 10.30 4.75 4.50 7.40 7. Industrial 240. then KVA=kW/0.00 8.30 10.00 10.75 5.00) (23.00-5. they will be charged as per 11 KV Tariff Structure.00 9.50 12.00 5.

Achham 400 21.856 14 Fewa 1. Jumla** 200 6 Uttar Ganga Storage HEP 828. Manag** 80 *** Not in Normal Operation 12.No Thermal Power Plants Capacity(KW) S. Heldung(Humla) 500 Total 4. Okhaldhunga 125 19. Dhanding*** 32 7 Tamakoshi V HEP 95.N.100 Total Small Hydro(NEA)-Isolated 4. Planned & Proposed Projects Capacity (kW) 1 Upper Arun HEP 335.500 S. Syangja*** 80 8 Chainpur Seti HEP 210.050 2 Gamgadhi 50 6 Gandak 15.024 3 Chameliya HEP 30.000 Total Hydro(NEA) 477.982 Sub Total 459.150 Total Thermal(NEA) 53. Syaprudaha(Rukum)** 200 14. Under Construction Projects Capacity(kW) 16 Tatopani 2. kalokot 500 23. Arughat(Gorkha) 150 18.200 2. FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Electricity Generation Power Plants and Projects Major Hydropower Stations S.394 S.394 8 Devighat 14. Bajura** 200 16.200 Total Hydro(IPP) 441. Darchula** 300 Total 2.000 2 Hetauda Diesel 14.000 19 Pharping*** 500 4 Kulekhani III HEP 14.000 18 Tinau 1.000 1.200 2 Tanahu Hydropower Project 140.No Power Plants Capacity(kW) 1 Duhabi Multifuel 39. Helambu 50 9 Andhikhola Storage HEP 180.000 Total Major Hydro (NEA)-Grid Connected 473.244 Total 473.000 20 Jomsom** 240 5 Upper Trishuli 3A HEP 60.410 3 Marsyangdi 69.000 22 Khandbari** 250 7 Upper Sanjen 14.000 1 Simikot 50 5 Sunkoshi 10.000 4.052 11 Modi Khola 14.000 Total 53.500 24 Surnaiyagad 200 9 Rasuwagadi 111.000 8.000 17 Chatara 3.536 Nepal Electricity Authority 161 .000 21 Baglung*** 200 6 Rahughat HEP 40.000 Small Hudropower Plants(Isolated) 2 Upper Modi A HEP 42. Taplejung** 125 ** Leased to Private Sector 11.410 Small Hydropower Plants Total Solar (NEA) 100 12 Sundarijal 640 Total Installed Capacity 972.410 2 Middle Marsyangdi 70.000 5.000 Total 100 7 Kulekhani I 60.000 15 Seti(Pokhara) 1.000 26 Ramechahap 150 11 Upper Trishuli 3B 37. Dolpa 200 22.400 Total installed Capacity (NEA & IPP)-Grid 967.000 Solar Power Plants 4 Trishuli 24. Rupalgad(Dadeldhura) 100 20.000 25 Doti*** 200 10 Madhya Bhotekoshi 102.000 3.536 9 Kulekhani II 32. Chaurjhari(Rukum)** 150 13. Dhankuta*** 240 3 Upper Modi HEP 18.930 10 Puwa Khola 6.492 13 Panauti 2. Jhupra(Surkhet)*** 345 4 DudhKoshi Storage HEP 300. Bajhang** 200 17. Chame** 45 Note 10.770.600 23 Phidim** 240 8 Sanjen 42.200 9.000 6.000 1 Kaligandaki A 144.047.000 1 Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project 456.N. Gorkhe(Illam)*** 64 5 Tamor Storage HEP 762. Bhojpur** 250 15.800 Total Hydro(Nepal) 918.000 27 Terhathum** 100 Total 1.100 28 Gamgad 400 Sub Total 14.000 7.

0 Type Length Conductor Conductor S.3 BEAR 250 29 Bhulbhule.9 BEAR 250 10 New Bhaktapur-Lamosangu Double 96 BEAR 250 11 Lamosangu-Khimti P/S Single 46 BEAR 250 12 Lamosangu-Bhotekoshi P/S Single 31 BEAR 250 13 Bharatpur-Damauli Single 39 WOLF 150 14 Bharatpur-Kawasoti-Bardghat Single 70 PANTHER 200 15 Bardghat-Gandak P/S Double 28 PANTHER 200 16 Bardghat-Butwal Double 86 BEAR 250 17 Butwal-KGA P/S Double 116 DUCK 300 18 KGA P/S-Lekhnath Double 96 DUCK 300 19 Lekhnath-Damauli Single 45 WOLF 150 20 Lekhnath-Pokhara Single 7 DOG 100 21 Pokhara-Modikhola P/S Single 37 BEAR 250 22 Butwal-Shivapur-Lamahi Double 230 BEAR 250 23 Lamahi-Jhimruk P/S Single 50 DOG 100 24 Lamahi-Kohalpur-Lumki-Attariya Double 486 BEAR 250 25 Attariya-Mahendranagar-Gaddachauki Double 98 BEAR 250 26 Marsyangdi -M.N 132 kV Transmission Line of Ckts Circuit km Type Size (Sq.56 WOLF 150 4 Devighat P/S-Chapali Double 58.819.mm) 1 Chilime P/S-Trishuli P/S Single 39 WOLF 150 2 Trisuli P/S-Balaju Double 58 DOG 100 3 Trisuli P/S-Devighat P/S Single 4.9 XLPE Cable 250 & 500 13 New Patan-New Baneswor Single 2.76 BEAR 250 2 Kusha-Katiya(India) Single 15 BEAR 250 3 Duhabi-Lahan-Cha-pur-Pathaliya/Parwanipur-Hetauda Double 598 BEAR 250 4 Hetauda-KL2 P/S Double 16 BEAR 250 5 Bharatpur-Marsyangdi P/S Single 25 DUCK 300 6 Hetauda-Bharatpur Single 70 PANTHER 200 7 Marsyangdi P/S-Suichatar Single 84 DUCK 300 8 Suichatar-KL2 P/S Double 72 BEAR 250 9 Suichatar-Balaju-Chapali-New Bhaktapur Double 26.8 XLPE Cable 400 12 Suichatar-K3 Single 6.1 BEAR 250 10 Suichatar-New Patan Double 13 WOLF 150 11 Teku-K3 (underground) Singlecore 2. Marsyangdi Double 80 CARDINAL 420 27 Damak-Godak Single 35 BEAR 250 28 Kusum-Hapure Single 20. Transmission Line Single 75 BISON 350 Total 153.0 Type Length Conductor Conductor S.mm) 1 Anarmani-Duhabi Single 75.76 162 Nepal Electricity Authority .Dhalkebar 220 kV 1st Ckt.Panchkhal Single 28 95 Total 493.Middle Marsyangdi P/S Single 22 BEAR 250 30 Chameliya-Attaria Single 118 BEAR 250 Total 2.8 120 14 Bhaktapur-Banepa-Panchkhal-Sunkoshi P/S Single 48 120 15 Indrawati.N 400/220 kV Transmission Line of Ckts Circuit km Type Size (Sq.N 66 kV Transmission Line of Ckts Circuit km Type Size (Sq.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Existing High Voltage Transmission Lines & Substations Type Length Conductor Conductor S.6 DOG 100 5 Chapali-New Chabel Double 10 DOG 100 6 Balaju-Lainchor Single 2 PANTHER 200 7 Balaju-Siuchatar-KL1 P/S Double 72 WOLF 150 8 KL 1 P/S-Hetauda-Birgunj Double 144 WOLF 150 9 Suichatar-Teku Single 4.mm) 1 Dhalkebar-Muzzaffarpur Cross Border Line Double 78 MOOSE 500 2 Khimti.

N.0 13 Chandranigahapur 60.0 4 Kohalpur 60.0 14 Chapali 99.5 19 Lahan 63.996 66KV SUBSTATIONS (CAPACITY IN MVA) S. of S/S Total Capacity (MVA) 1 132/33 kV Singati 30 Up to 400kV 5 2025 2 132/33 kV Purbi Chitwan 30 Up to 220kV 18 3876 3 132/33kV Ghorahi 30 Up to 132kV 21 917 4 132/33 kV Markichwok 30 Total 6818 5 132/33 kV Rupani 63 6 132/33kV Syaule 30 7 220/132 Trishuli 3B HUB 320 Total 533 Under Construction & Planned High Voltage Transmission Lines Type of Length Conductor Size S.5 12 Parwanipur 193.Biratnagar Double 46 BEAR 250 18 Kusma-Lower Modi Single 6.0 12 Lainchour 45.0 10 Bharatpur 67.0 31 Chapali 30. 132 kV Transmission Line Conductor Type Ckts Circuit km (Sq.5 6 Shivapur 35.5 21 Anarmani 60.0 10 Banepa 45.5 UNDER CONSTRUCTION S/S PLANNED & PROPOSED S/S S.mm) 1 Thankot-Chapagaon Double 57 BEAR 250 4 Dumre. Substation Capacity (MVA) 1 Birgung 85.N.0 35 Phidim 16.0 25 Lamosagu 30.0 8 Baneshwor 36. Substation Capacity (MVA) Voltage Level No.0 27 Balaju 45.0 36 Kabeli 30.4 11 Hetauda 90.0 11 Panchkhal 10.2 BEAR 250 Total 1.0 Total 621.0 5 Teku 45. Substation Capacity (MVA) S.N.5 30 Hapure 30.0 22 Pokhara 60.0 6 Patan 54.0 15 Kusum 12.0 26 Bhaktapur 94.N.5 7 Balaju 45.0 5 Lamahi 60.5 9 Indrawati 7.Damauli Double 40 BEAR 250 6 Kabeli-Godak Double 145 BEAR 250 7 Singati-Lamosangu Double 76 BEAR 250 8 Solu Corridor Double 180 CARDINAL 420 9 Butwal-Lumbini Double 44 BEAR 250 10 Gulmi-Arghakhanchi-Gorusinghe Double 220 BEAR 250 11 Ramechap-Garjyang-Khimti Double 60 BEAR 250 12 Dordi Corridor Double 32 BEAR 250 13 Modi-Lekhnath Double 84 BEAR 250 14 Lamahi-Ghorahi Double 38 BEAR 250 15 Bale¿ Corridor Double 40 BEAR 250 16 Bardaghat-Sardi Double 40 BEAR 250 17 Kushaha.0 4 K-3 45.N.0 8 Bardghat 30.0 2 Amlekhgunj 7.0 17 Syangja 30.5 33 Damak 30.0 18 Dhalkebar 93.0 2 Attariya 60.2 Nepal Electricity Authority 163 .0 23 Lekhnath 22.0 13 New-Chabel 67.0 3 Lamki 22.0 Total 1.5 3 Simra 30. FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Existing/Underconstruction Grid Substations 132 kV SUBSTATIONS (CAPACITY IN MVA) S.N.0 7 Butwal 189. Substation Capacity (MVA) 1 Mahendranagar 17.0 29 Matatirtha 22.5 9 Kawasoti 30.0 20 Duhabi 126.108.0 14 Pathlaiya 22.0 16 Kamane 30.5 28 Suichatar 113.0 24 Damauli 60. Substation Capacity (MVA) S.0 34 Godak 30.5 32 Mirchaiya 30.

132 kV Transmission Line Conductor Type Ckts Circuit km (Sq.mm) 1 Khimti-Dhalkebar 2nd Ckt Line Single 75 BISON 350 2 Hetauda-Bharatpur Double 146 BISON 350 3 Bharatpur-Bardghat Double 150 BISON 350 4 Koshi Corridor Double 286 MOOSE 500 5 Marsyangdi-Kathmandu Double 170 MOOSE 500 6 Kaligandaki Corridor Double 219.357 Type of Length Conductor Size S.N.N.0 Type of Length Conductor Size S.N.Rahughat Double 40 BEAR 250 3 Ghorahi-Madichaur Double 80 BEAR 250 4 Samundratar-Naubise/Chapali Double 40 BEAR 250 5 Bajhang-Deepayal-Attariya Double 260 BEAR 250 6 Hapure-Tulsipur Double 36 BEAR 250 7 Surkhet-Dailekh-Jumla Double 240 BEAR 250 8 Kaligandaki-Gulmi (Jhimruk) Double 86 BEAR 250 9 Baneshwor-Bhaktapur Double 24 XLPE 800 Total 846. 400 kV Transmission Line Conductor Type Ckts Circuit km (Sq.N.Jharlyang-Malekhu 220 kV Double 160 MOOSE 500 6 Lekhnath-Damauli 220 kV Double 80 MOOSE 500 Total 1820.00 164 Nepal Electricity Authority .8 MOOSE 500 7 Marsyangdi Corridor Double 230 MOOSE 500 8 Chilime-Trishuli Double 80 BISON 350 Total 1.Pahalwanpur 400 kV Double 240 MOOSE 500 2 Hetauda-Butwal-Lamki-Mahendranagar Double 1140 MOOSE 500 3 Kerung-Chilime Hub-Ratmate 400 kV Double 160 MOOSE 500 4 Bheri Corridor 400 kV Double 40 MOOSE 500 5 Trishuli 3B.mm) 1 Dhalkebar-Loharpatti Double 40 BEAR 250 2 Dadakhet.mm) 1 Rupalgadh-Paschim Seti. 400/220 kV Transmission Line Conductor Type Ckts Circuit km (Sq.mm) 1 Hetauda-Dhalkebar-Duhabi Double 570 MOOSE 500 2 Tamakoshi-Kathmandu 220/400kV Double 170 MOOSE 500 Total 740 PLANNED & PROPOSED Type of Length Conductor Size S. 220 kV Transmission Line Conductor Type Ckts Circuit km (Sq.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Type of Length Conductor Size S.

04.10.14 Joshi Hydropower 40 Upper Puwa -1 Illam 3000 2066. 10 Sanima Hydropower (Pvt.) Ltd. Ltd.11.02 2070. 39 Aadishakti Power Dev. (P.14 37 Prime Hydropower Co.01 12 Khudi Hydropower Ltd. Jhimruk Khola Pyuthan 12000 2058.04 2063.01 Barun Hydropower 25 Hewa Khola Sankhuwasabha 4455 2061. Ltd. Rairang Hydro Power 9 Rairang Khola Dhading 500 2059.04.N.02 2068.07.10 Arun Valley Hydropower 8 Piluwa Khola Small Sankhuwasabha 3000 2056.29 1994 6 Butwal Power Company Ltd.08 4 National Hydro Power Company Ltd.14 Company Ltd.07.04. Pvt. Ltd. 18 Uni¿ed Hydropower (P.20 2069.10.) Ltd.08.13 15 Gautam Buddha Hydropower (Pvt.01 2057.) Ltd.04. Sisne Khola Small Palpa 750 2061.10 Development Co.03 2069.15 32 Bhairabkunda Hydropower Pvt.03.07 2066.21 2068.07.08.09.08.07 2066. Middle Chaku Sindhupalchowk 1800 2066.03.01 Hydropower Systems Pvt.III Sindhupalchowk 7500 2054.27 2 Bhotekoshi Power Company Ltd.01 Development Company (P.14 Ridi Hydropower 20 Ridi Khola Gulmi 2400 2063. Khudi Khola Lamjung 4000 2058.11.04 Development Co.15 2059.13 2070.05. Pati Khola Small Parbat 996 2062. Lower Modi 1 Parbat 10000 2065.03.1 Dhading 8400 2066.) Ltd.03.28 2061.19 Power Company (P. Seti-II Kaski 979 2063.11. 24 Baneswor Hydropower Pvt.08.02. Lower Chaku Khola Sindhupalchowk 1800 2063.06. Belkhu Dhading 518 2064.10.) Ltd.08.01 Kathmandu Small 16 Sali Nadi Kathmandu 250 2062.10.11 2060. 29 Synergy Power Development (P.07. (P.10.12.03.12.08 2071.17 2069. Indrawati .24 35 Bojini Company Private Limited Jiri Khola Small Dolkha 2200 2065.07.15 2069.04.10 Bhagawati Hydropower 28 Bijayapur-1 Kaski 4410 2066.06.08 Himal Dolkha Hydropower 23 Mai Khola Ilam 4500 2063. Ltd. Bhotekoshi Khola Sindhupalchowk 45000 2053.23 2064.22 33 Nepal Hydro Developer Pvt.03. 26 Nyadi Group (P.) Ltd.06 2057.10.08 2065.09.04.01.04.08. (P.27 14 Thoppal Khola Hydro Power Co.02.12.12.24 34 Laughing Buddha Power Nepal Pvt.01 Development Co.24 2064.06.12. Developer Projects Location Capacity (kW) PPA Date COD 1 Himal Power Ltd. 21 Upper Hadi Khola Sindhupalchowk 991 2064. FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 NEPAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY IPPs' Hydro Power Projects (Operation) as of FY 2073/74 S.09 2071. Pvt.05.08.15 13 Unique Hydel Co.30 2069.) Ltd.10.11 11 Alliance Power Nepal Pvt.05.) Ltd.01.12.) Ltd.10.Ltd. Company (P. Tadi Khola (Thaprek) Nuwakot 5000 2061.) Ltd.22 And Services (P.04.01.28 2065. Sunkoshi Small Sindhupalchok 2500 2058.29 2064.05 31 Laughing Buddha Power Nepal (P.31 2064.07.) Ltd.04.) Ltd. Sipring Khola Dolkha 9658 2065.10.02.03 2058.22 7 Syange Electricity Company Limited Syange Khola Lamjung 183 2058.04.01 Development Company Limited Nepal Electricity Authority 165 .19 2067.02 2071.06. Pvt.30 27 United Modi Hydropwer Pvt.03 2062.09 2060.21 5 Butwal Power Company Ltd. Mardi Khola Kaski 4800 2060. Ltd.20 2069. Khimti Khola Dolkha 60000 2052.10. Andhi Khola Syangza 9400 2058. (P.11.03 30 Ankhu Khola Jal Bidhyut Co.10.11 3 Chilime Hydro Power Company Ltd. Ankhu Khola . Lower Piluwa Small Sankhuwasabha 990 2064.12.) Ltd. Baramchi Khola Sindhupalchowk 4200 2058.03. Pvt.08 2066.03. Ltd.11. Ltd.Ltd.27 19 Task Hydropower Company (P. Charanawati Khola Dolakha 3520 2067. Pvt.05.30 Mailung Khola Hydro 38 Mailung Khola Rasuwa 5000 2058.07.) Ltd.01 36 Sanima Mai Hydropower Limited Mai Khola Ilam 22000 2067.27 2061. Co. Thoppal Khola Dhading 1650 2059.22 2070. Chaku Khola Sindhupalchok 3000 2056. Chilime Rasuwa 22100 2054.04 2071.07.29 2071.10. 22 Gandaki Hydro Power Co. (P) Ltd.) Ltd.14 2063.04.10.11.17 Development Co. Siuri Khola Lamjung 4950 2064.10. Bhairab Kunda Sindhupalchowk 3000 2065.23 2071. Ltd.11. Centre for Power Dev. Khoranga Khola 17 Pheme Khola Panchtar 995 2057. Ltd. Ltd.05 Hydropower Dev.23 2071.10.

19 2073.31 43 Api Power Company Pvt.10.12 2069. Radhi Khola Lamjung 4400 2066. Jogmai Ilam 7600 2069. Ltd.01.03 Small Hydropower (P).03.05.04.05 2073.09 Eng. Hewa Khola A Panchthar 14900 2068.03.11.30 2073.04.07.12.09. Ltd. Ltd.09. Ltd.03.05.07 2074. Naugadh gad Khola Darchula 8500 2067.19 2073.02. Ltd.05.12. (Previously 49 Mai Valley Upper Mai Khola Ilam 9980 2061.19 2073.05.04.20 Company Pvt. 56 Sapsu Kalika Hydropower Co.22 59 Sanvi Energy pvt.09 and prior to that East Nepal) 50 Sayapatri Hydropower Private Limited Daram Khola A Baglung 2500 2068.23 TOTAL 441.13 Kutheli Bukhari 46 Suspa Bukhari Dolakha 998 2069.03 57 Madi Power Pvt.05.08.09 Company Pvt.01.07.17 Power Company (P) Ltd. Pvt.4 2069.12 2072.21 2073.04. Miya Khola Khotang 996 2069.10.06.1.12.02 Pashupati Environmental 44 Chhote Khola Gorkha 993 2067.08. Mai Cascade Ilam 7000 2069. Khani Khola Hydropower 52 Tungun-Thosne Lalitpur 4360 2069.10.12.31 Research Centre Pvt.12. 45 Chhyangdi Hydropower Limited Chhandi Lamjung 2000 2068. Ltd. Sinohydro-Sagarmatha 53 Upper Marsyangdi "A" Lamjung 50000 2067.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 41 Ruru Hydropower Project (P) Ltd.09 2071.12 Electro-com and 51 Jhyadi Khola Sindhupalchowk 2000 2067.Ltd Kathmandu Upatyaka 47 Solar Lalitpur 680.30 2073. Daraudi Khola A Gorkha 6000 2068. Upper Hugdi Khola Gulmi 5000 2066.04 2071.29 Panchakanya Mai Hydropower Ltd.40 166 Nepal Electricity Authority .01. Pvt.15 Khanepani bewasthapan Board 48 Sanima Mai Hydropower Ltd.23 2072.09.05 2073.18 2071.12.09 42 Radhi Bidyut Company Ltd.052.14 2073.10 2073.30 2074.32 2072.18 60 Bhugol Energy Dev Compay (P). Power Co.25 58 Panchthar Power Company Pvt. 54 Daraudi Kalika Hydro Pvt.09.06. Ltd.08. Upper Madi Kaski 25000 2066. Ltd.10. Ltd.13 Khani Khola Hydropower 55 Khani Khola Lalitpur 2000 2069.19 2072. Ltd.08. Ltd Dwari Khola Dailekha 3750 2069.

Ltd.03 (3032kw) 8 Jumdi Hydropower Pvt. 2 Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Ltd. Chake Khola Ramechhap 2830 2065.5 2067.11 9 Barahi Hydropower Pvt.03. Ltd.17 (for 2067.2.4. Khani khola-1 Dolakha 40000 25MW) 2076. Ltd.Pvt. Pikhuwa Khola Bhojpur 5000 2066.03.11 2072. Jumdi Khola Gulmi 1750 2066. Thapa Khola Myagdi 11200 2067.16 28 Dibyaswari Hydropower Limited Sabha Khola Sankhuwasabha 4000 2068.06.10.09.16 2069.29 18 Robust Energy Ltd. Tinau Khola Small Palpa 1665 2074.30 (for 1 Eastern Hydropower Pvt.01 2074.28 22 Chilime Hydro Power Company Ltd.N.09 2075.14 33 Sasha Engingeering Hydropower (P).Limited Upper Sanjen Rasuwa 14800 2068.03.11.19 2075. Ltd.10 Panchthar Nepal Electricity Authority 167 .09.06.01 2075. Ltd. Namarjun Madi Kaski 11800 2066.03 2074. Upper Mailung A Rasuwa 6420 2067.12. Upper Tamakoshi Dolkha 456000 2067.08.10.10. 34 Arun Kabeli Power Ltd.03. Developers Projects Location Capacity PPA Date RCOD (kW) 2069.24 14 Greenlife Energy Pvt.ltd Theule Khola Baglung 1500 2066.30 .02.10.10.11.01.14 19 Manang Trade Link Pvt. FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 NEPAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY IPPs' Hydropower Projects (Under Construction) as of FY 2073/74 (Financial Closure concluded projects) Installed S.07 26 Dronanchal Hydropower Co.17 Taplejung.07.17 2072.04.25 2075. Ltd.12.2.30 2071. Ltd.10.11. Ltd. Ltd.03 29 Dariyal Small Hydropower Pvt.2 Units 2063.20 2076. Phawa Khola Taplejung 4950 2067.10.28 13 Shiva Shree Hydropower (P.01 21 Middle Bhotekoshi Jalbidhyut Company Ltd.28 2076.23 2075. Ltd.10.28 2075.12.10.28 2071.11.23 2071.) Ltd.1 2071.23 31 Mai Valley Hydropower Private Limited Upper Mai C Ilam 5100 2068.21 2069.29 2074.09.24 2475kW) 2076.01 7 Sikles Hydropower Pvt.17 6 Himalayan Hydropower Pvt.05. Upper Tadi Nuwakot 11000 2068.25 2074.05.12 2069.16 10 Hira Ratna Hydropower P.06 2065.06 2073.20 2074.07.25 2070.ltd Tadi Khola Nuwakot 5000 2067.09. Middle Bhotekoshi Sindhupalchowk 102000 2068.04.Pvt.3.21 (for 15MW) 15 Himalaya Urja Bikas Co.25 2072.11 2073.12.6.32 16 Mount Kailash Energy Pvt. Ltd.08. Mistri Khola Myagdi 42000 2067.14 24 Sanjen Hydropower Company Limited Sanjen Rasuwa 42500 2068.16 2077.16 2065. Ltd Khani Khola(Dolakha) Dolakha 30000 2069.05.03.09.7.11. Badi Gad Baglung 6600 2068.12.10.30 (2525kW) 2072.08.11.04.Ltd Upper Belkhu Dhading 750 2068. Dordi Khola Lamjung 27000 2069.22 27 Mandakini Hydropower Limited Sardi Khola Kaski 4000 2068.09 2075. Likhu-IV Ramechhap 52400 2071. Upper Khimti Ramechhap 12000 2067.31 20 Sanjen Hydropower Co.05. Ltd.3. Dhansi Khola Rolpa 955 2067. Pvt.07. Ltd. Pvt.22 2077.9.01 25 Gelun Hydropower Co. Ltd.03. Rasuwagadhi Rasuwa 111000 2068.10.22 2071.10.04. Ltd.01.11 2071. Madkyu Khola Kaski 13000 2066.12.01.01 2076.9.7.Ltd Gelun Sindhupalchowk 3200 2068.3.10.11.19 17 Green Ventures Pvt.15 (for 675kw) 5 Garjang Upatyaka Hydropower (P.) Ltd.12.31 2066.01 12 Teleye Samyak Hydropower Company Pvt.03.06.05.09.10 . Ltd.01 11 Energy Engineering Pvt.14 2073.01 23 Water and Energy Nepal Pvt.Ltd Dhunge-Jiri Dolakha 600 2068. Lower Modi Parbat 20000 2068.09.02.12.11.03. Kabeli B-1 25000 2069.4 Units.13 2072.4.12 32 Himalayan Power Partner Pvt. Upper Chaku A Sindhupalchowk 22200 2067.16 30 Suryakunda Hydroelectric Pvt.01 3 Shibani Hydropower Co.03 2074.1 (for 990kw) 4 Nama Buddha Hydropower Pvt.30 2073.

12.10.24 50 Union Hydropower Pvt Ltd.08.6.12. Lower Solu Solukhumbu 82000 2070.08.04.10.03.28 2071.09. Ltd.07.Ltd Phalankhu Khola Rasuwa 13700 2069.26 2073.28 2073.74MW) 47 Mandu Hydropower Company Pvt.17 64 Essel-Clean Solu Hydropower Pvt.04. Ltd. Pvt.11 2073.05.14 2075.10.07.08.5.24 2075. Ltd.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 35 Rising Hydropower Compnay Ltd.16 (For 46 Universal Power Company Ltd.01 55 Himalaya Urja Bikas Co.30 Ghalemdi Hydro Limited (Previously.08 2071. Pvt. Puwa Khola -1 Ilam 4000 2070.11. Ltd Tangchhahara Mustang 2200 2070.06. Ltd.09.03 (For 2.10.08. Ltd. Ltd.12.10.05. Upper Khadam Morang 990 2070. Pvt.10 2074.1 68 Maya Khola Hydropower Co.09.01 63 Manakamana Engineering Hydropower Pvt.3.07.12. Singati Khola Dolakha 16000 2070. Ltd. Ltd.16 2073.21 2074. Idi Khola Kaski 975 2070. Ltd.08 2073.7 54 Betrawoti Hydropower Company (P).30 2076.10.30 2074. Pvt.02.3.1 Ltd.12. Upper Parajuli Khola Dailekh 2150 2069.21 2071.08.Ltd Bagmati Khola Makawanpur 20000 2069.01 (PPA Revived) 45 Dudhkoshi Power Company Pvt. Selang Khola Sindhupalchowk 990 2069. Teliya Khola Dhankuta 996 2069. Khare Khola Dolakha 24100 2070.08.12.06.15 53 Molung Hydropower Company Pvt. Lower Midim Lamjung 996 2070.4.30 Power Dev Company (P).) Ltd.7 2076.8.08.01 (for 2MW) Bindhyabasini Hydropower Development Co.02 2076.15 2076. Ltd.10.30 71 Buddha Bhumi Nepal Hydro Power Co. Salankhu Khola Nuwakot 2500 2069. Molung Khola Okhaldhunga 7000 2069.02.7.29 2076.1 67 Singati Hydro Energy Pvt. Lower Khare Dolakha 11000 2069.29 2075.9. Middle Modi Parbat 15100 2069.28 2074.31 2071.06.10. Ltd.01 56 Salmanidevi Hydropower (P).1 69 Idi Hydropower Co.15 36 Liberty Hydropower Pvt.06. Maya Khola Sankhuwasabha 14900 2070. Upper Solu Solukhumbu 18000 2074.09 2075.07. Khorunga Khola Terhathum 4800 2069. Lower Tadi Nuwakot 4993 2070. Midim Karapu Lamjung 3000 2069.17 43 Lohore Khola Hydropower Co.14 2074. Tinekhu Khola Dolakha 990 2069.06.01 41 Reliable Hydropower Co. P.14 2071. Ltd. Ltd. Ltd.12.25 2071. 6.07.22 8. Ghatte Khola Dolakha 5000 2070.11. Upper Dordi A Lamjung 25000 2069.20 2073.15 66 Upper Solu Hydroelectric Company Pvt. Balephi A Sindhupalchowk 10600 2069. Ltd. Lohore Khola Dailekh 4200 2069.1 40 Middle Modi Hydropower Ltd.7.30 65 Consortium Power Developers Pvt.25 44 Beni Hydropower Project Pvt.26 2073.14 2074.30 38 Salankhu Khola Hydropower Pvt.1.30 48 Madhya Midim Jalbidhyut Company P.28 2071. Middle Midim Lamjung 3100 2069.08.15 2075.27 2074.06 2075.09. Pvt. Upper Khimti II Ramechhap 7000 2069.01.31 2074. Ltd. Junbesi Khola Solukhumbu 5200 2069.8.03.9.09.07. Mai sana Cascade Ilam 8000 2069.21 2074.1 62 Abiral Hydropower Co.30 168 Nepal Electricity Authority .30 39 Moonlight Hydropower Pvt. 51 Rudi Khola A Lamjung and Kaski 8800 2069.08. Ltd.10.15 57 Dovan Hydropower Company Pvt.1 Rairang Hydropower Development Company 60 Iwa Khola Taplejung 9900 2070.20 2069.12. Pvt. Ltd.16 42 Rara Hydropower Development Co.10. Ltd.) 59 Tallo Midim Jalbidhut Company Pvt.8MW) 52 Himal Dolkha Hydropower Company Ltd. Ltd.11.14 37 Hydro Innovation Pvt.10. Ltd. 61 Tangchhar Hydro Pvt.19 2071. Ltd.01 2074. Rawa Khola Khotang 6500 2069.01.4.07. Ltd Kapadi Gad Doti 3330 2069.09 2073.9. Cemat 58 Ghalemdi Khola Myagdi 4000 2069.9.6.08. Ltd.01 (for (P.23 2072. Ltd.26MW) 2076.16 70 Puwa Khola-1 Hydropower P.12. Ltd Solu Khola Solukhumbu 23500 2070.04.1 49 Volcano Hydropower Pvt. Ltd.

11.30 84 Nyadi Hydropower Limited Nyadi Lamjung 30000 2072.09.18 2076.12.08. Rupse Khola Myagdi 4000 2071.25 2075.11.29 2075. Dordi-1 Khola Lamjung 10300 2071.23 2076. Ltd. Pvt. Upper Khorunga Terhathum 7500 2073. Tallo Hewa Khola Panchthar 21600 2071.12. Upper Kalangagad Bajhang 38460 2072.05. Kalangagad Bajhang 15330 2072.02.01 100 Api Power Company Pvt. Rukumgad Rukum 5000 2073. Langtang Khola Rasuwa 10000 2072.06.01 Panchthar and 90 Kabeli Energy Limited Kabeli-A 37600 2072.03.0 Nepal Electricity Authority 169 .04. Ltd. Ltd.B.05.01 99 Rapti Hydro and General Construction Pvt. 91 Chauri Hydropower (P.11 2076.4.03.04.06.29 88 Sanigad Hydro Pvt.32 (P.04. Ramechhap.05.10. Hydropower Pvt.13 2077. Ltd.13 2077. Likhu Khola A 24200 2071.16 75 River Falls Hydropower Development Pvt. Richet Khola Gorkha 4980 2073.11.04.19 2076.13 Taplejung Kavrepalanchowk. Ltd. FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 72 Mountain Hydro Nepal Pvt. Ltd.07 2076.09.02 83 Hydro Empire Pvt.14 2075.30 97 Richet Jalbidhyut Company Pvt. Ltd.15 93 Huaning Development Pvt.03. Suri Khola Dolakha 6400 2072. Ltd. Ltd.09. Ltd.02.01.29 2076. Ltd.10 (Dudhkoshi) Solukhumbu/ 79 Global Hydropower Associate Pvt. 73 Rudi Khola B Lamjung and Kaski 6600 2071.29 2076.30 96 Myagdi Hydropower Pvt.02. Likhu-2 33400 2071.07.30 Dolakha 92 Pashupati Environmental Power Co.03.03. Super Mai Illam 7800 2073.17 2076.19 2077. Upper Naugad Gad Darchula 8000 2073.30 Bungal Hydro Pvt. Ltd. Down Piluwa Sankhuwasabha 9500 2071.01 Ramechap Solukhumbu/ 81 Numbur Himalaya Hydropower Pvt.02. Super Dordi 'Kha' Lamjung 49600 2071.02.23 2075. Ghar Khola Myagdi 8300 2073. Ltd.29 Hydro Pvt.12.15 2077.05.15 2076.03.10.08.12. Ltd.12 2077.11.12.08. 74 Dordi Khola Jal Bidyut Company Ltd.01 Ramechap 82 Research and Development Group Pvt.17 Small 95 Multi Energy Development Pvt.) Ltd.03.06 85 Suri Khola Hydropower Pvt. Ltd. 5000 2072.07. Chauri Khola Sindhupalchowk. (Previously Sanigad 86 Upper Sanigad Bajhang 10700 2072. Ltd.01 Jeuligad Small 76 Rangoon Khola Hydropower Pvt.07.04.09.04 2076.4.11 2076.04.) Ltd. Ltd.06. Ltd.07 2076. Ltd.20 2076.01 102 Super Mai Hydropower Pvt.9 2075.05. Upper Balephi A Sindhupalchowk 36000 2072. Bajhang 996 2071. Ltd.01 Ramechap Solukhumbu/ 80 Paan Himalaya Energy Private Limited Likhu-1 51400 2071. Pvt.17 2077. Upper Piluwa Khola 2 Sankhuwasabha 4720 2072.22 2077. Ltd.08.06.01.12 2077. Upper Mardi Kaski 7000 2073. Sankhuwasabha 8500 2072.01 Total 2043613. Lower Chhote Khola Gorkha 997 2072.04.31 98 United Idi Mardi and R.01 101 Terhathum Power Company Pvt.12.10. Ltd.15 89 Menchhiyam Hydropower Pvt.09 Bindhyabasini Hydropower Development Co.19 2077.20 2074.29 Solu Khola 78 Hydro Venture Private Limited Solukhumbu 86000 2071.06 Upper Hewa Khola 94 Upper Hewa Khola Hydropower Co.11.) 87 Kalanga Hydro Pvt.10. Ltd.20 2073.08. Ltd.03 Hydropower Project 77 Peoples' Hydropower Company Pvt. Upper Myagdi Myagdi 20000 2071.06 2077.15 2076.04.09.02. Ltd.

03.26 2078.12.01. Leguwa Khola Dhankuta 40 2072.03.13 2075. Leguwa Khola Small Dhankuta 640 2074.26 2075.11. Balephi Sindhupalchowk 23520 2073.21 2078. Ltd.03.26 2078.03. Mewa Khola Taplejung 50000 2074. Ltd.15 33 Tamor Sanima Energy Pvt. Ltd Phalanku Khola Rasuwa 5000 2071.06. Midim Khola Lamjung 100 2070.12.29 2077.32 17 Yambling Hydropower Pvt. Ltd.03.14 44 United Mewa Khola Hydropower Pvt.01.01 Dolakha and 13 Peoples Hydro Co-operative Ltd.10.07.01.03. Nyam Nyam Khola Rasuwa 6000 2074.09.03.04. Upper Rawa Khotang 2800 2073.12.30 29 Sindhujwala Hydropower Ltd. Ltd.08.A YEAR IN REVIEW FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 NEPAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY IPPs' Hydropower Projects in Different Stages of Development as of FY 2073/74 (Without Financial Closure) Installed PPA S.12.30 39 Chirkhwa Hydropower Pvt.12.22 2075.02.23 32 Swet-Ganga Hydropower and Construction Ltd.) Ltd.01 20 Leguwa Khola Laghu Jalbidhyut Sahakari Sastha Ltd. Darbang-Myagdi Myagdi 25000 2072. Upper Lapche Dolakha 52000 2073.10.29 2076.28 2077.01 Dolakha 23 Ankhu Hydropower (P.30 24 Siddhakali Power Limited Trishuli Galchi Nuwakot & Dhading 75000 2073.24 2077.03.20 2077. Nilgiri Khola Myagdi 38000 2073.28 34 Daram Khola Hydro Energy Ltd.04. Nilgiri Khola-2 Myagdi 62000 2074. Ltd.12.08 35 Pahadi Hydro Power Company (P.28 2077. Sabha Khola B Sankhuwasabha 15100 2074.08.08.29 36 Himal Hydro and General Construction Ltd.22 2078. Ltd. Ltd.18 2067.31 Total 910311.4. Makarigad Darchula 10000 2072.01 9 Dipsabha Hydropower Pvt.08.12.14 2078.12.06.08.24 2076.11.24 2076.17 18 United Modi Hydropwer Ltd.03.01 25 Him River Power Pvt. Sano Milti 3000 2073. Seti Khola Parbat 3500 2074.09.08 2075.12 2075.09.09. Sabha Khola A Sankhuwasabha 8300 2071.08.03. Pvt. Upper Syange Khola Lamjung 2400 2072.29 2077.02 2076.09. Upper Daraudi-1 Gorkha 10000 2072.05 50 Pokhari Hydropower Company Pvt.01 45 Parbat Paiyun Khola Hydropower Company Pvt.07.17 15 Makari Gad Hydropower Pvt.27 2077.02.23 2073.09.09. Mai Beni Illam 9008 2073. Ltd.30 48 Gorakshya Hydropower Pvt. Taksar Pikhuwa Bhojpur 8000 2073.04.10. Ltd.28 2077.4.30 28 Rawa Energy Development Pvt. Super Madi Kaski 44000 2073.04.16 2074.09.01 Ramechhap 14 Diamond Hydropower Pvt.32 16 Civil Hydropower Pvt.28 42 Siuri Nyadi Power Pvt. Chulepu Khola Ramechhap 8520 2071.30 2080.11. Upper Nyasem Sindhupalchowk 41400 2073. Super Nyadi Lamjung 40270 2074.14 2078.08.10. Ltd. Super Ankhu Khola Dhading 23500 2074.21 2077.1 8 Rasuwa Hydropower Pvt.09.N.04. Liping Khola Sindhupalchowk 16260 2073. Ltd.02.05.06.02. Middle Tamor Taplejung 52100 2073.01 2076.04.05 2081.04.05.1 7 Ludee Hydropower Development Co.10.02 31 Taksar-Pikhuwa Hydropower Pvt.02.02.4.09 2076.01.01.10 2073.10. Ltd. Khimti-2 48800 2072. Yambling Khola Sindhupalchowk 7270 2072.08. Madhya Tara Khola Small Baglung 1700 2073.17 19 Syauri Bhumey Microhydro Project Syauri Bhumey Nuwakot 23 2072.14 2075.01. Ltd. Tame Khola Dailekh 1250 2068.13 11 Dhaulagiri Kalika Hydro Pvt. Ltd.08.16 2 Balephi Jalbidhyut Co.) Ltd.14 2076.19 41 Himali Rural Electric Co-operative Ltd.04. Ankhu Khola Dhading 34000 2073.20 2078. Pvt.10. Ltd. Ltd.15 10 Chandeshwori Mahadev Khola MH.12. Ltd. Ltd.27 2078.08 Ramechhap and 22 Sano Milti Khola Hydropower Ltd. Daram Khola Baglung & Gulmi 7300 2073. Ltd.23 2072. Ltd. Co.12.15 49 Chhyangdi Hydropower Limited Upper Chhyangdi Khola Lamjung 4000 2074.01 5 Jywala Sajhedari Hydropower Company Pvt. Ltd Upper Ingwa khola Taplejung 9700 2068.15 6 Deurali Bahuudesiya Sahakari Sanstha Ltd. Lower Chirkhwa Bhojpur 4060 2074.03.28 37 Sisa Hydro Electric Company Pvt.28 2075.19 2079.30 47 Nilgiri Khola Hydropower Co. Ltd.02. Lower Likhu Ramechhap 28100 2073.09.15 2080.26 2078.12 38 Nilgiri Khola Hydropower Co.02. Lower Selang Sindhupalchowk 1500 2074. Lankhuwa Khola Sankhuwasabha 5000 2074.06.02. Rele Khola Myagdi 6000 2074.01 2077.30 46 Sewa Hydro Ltd.01 27 Energy Venture Pvt.14 2075.31 51 Nyam Nyam Hydropower Company Pvt.30 3 Ingwa Hydro Power Pvt.11. Ltd.25 2065.8. Lower Modi 2 Parbat 10500 2072.21 2073.Ltd Ludee Khola Gorkha 750 2071. Ltd. Sisa Khola A Solukhumbu 2800 2073.03.30 30 Samling Power Company Pvt.08 2071.01 40 Him Consult Pvt.02. Ltd.09.22 26 Chirkhwa Hydropower Pvt. Developers Projects Location RCOD Capacity(kW) Date 1 TMB Energietechnik Narayani Shankar Biomass Rupandehi 600 2063. Upper Mailun Rasuwa 14300 2068. Ltd.5. Ltd.12.02.03.12.) Ltd.11.01 4 Molnia Power Ltd. Bijayapur 2 Khola Small Kaski 4500 2072.0 170 Nepal Electricity Authority .06.04. Upper Chirkhwa Bhojpur 4700 2073.07.02.30 2076.21 2074.22 2076.2.03.01 43 Sabha Pokhari Hydro Power (P.01 21 Salasungi Power Limited Sanjen Khola Rasuwa 78000 2072.20 2078.01.25 12 Upper Syange Hydropower P.04.20 2070.08 2070. Ltd. Ltd.02 2077.02.

Pvt. Ltd. to ¿nancial Unclosure Sunkoshi Hydro Lower Indrawati Termination of Generation 19 Sindhupalchok 4500 Power Co. Ltd. Ltd. Ltd.) Ltd. Khola license by DOED Total 83841 Nepal Electricity Authority 171 . Financial Closure Application of Generation 7 L.Ltd Closure Upper Piluwa Khola Event of Default related 9 Upper Piluwa Khola Sankhuwa Sabha 9622 Hydropower Co. Annapurna Group Pvt. Developer Project Location Reason for Termination (kW) Mansarowar 1 Golmagad Doti 580 Event of Default Powers (P. to Financial Closure Dupcheshowr Mahadev Event of Default related 16 Middle Tadi Nuwakot 5325 Hydro Co. Pvt. Shreerup Hydropower 3 Seti Khola Chitwan 465 Event of Default Co. Ltd. Triyog Energy & 2 Middle Gaddigad Doti 3500 Event of Default Development Pvt.) Ltd. K. to Financial Closure Ashmita Auto termination due 18 Sunkoshi (Tocardo) Ramechhap 400 Hydropower Co. Power (P. Dapcha-Roshi Kavrepalanchowk 5000 License terminated by DOED Eklekunda Event of Default related to Financial 8 Dorkhu Khola Nuwakot 990 Hydropower Co.) Ltd. to Financial Closure Shakti Urja Bikash Event of Default related 17 Tauthali Khola Sindhupalchowk 950 Company Pvt. Ltd. Midim Event of Default related 14 Midim Lamjung 3400 Hydropower Pvt. Pvt. (P) Ltd. Universal Power 4 Ladku Khola Kavrepalanchowk 700 Event of Default Company (P) Ltd. Ltd. Ltd to ¿nancial Unclosure Welcome Energy 13 Lower Balephi Sindhupalchowk 18514 Event of Default Development Co.) Ltd.N.) Ltd. Termination of 11 Madi-1 Khola Kaski 10000 Ltd. Generation license by DOED Swayambhu Auto termination due 12 Upper charnawati Dolakha 2020 Hydropower Pvt. (P. to Financial Closure Apolo Event of Default related 15 Buku Khola Solukhumbu 6000 Hydropower Pvt. to Financial Closure Baishno Devi Hydro 10 Lower Sunkoshi -III Sindhupalchowk 9900 Event of Default Power (P.) Ltd. (P. Rshikesh Event of Default related to 6 Upper Jumdi Gulmi 995 Hydropower Pvt. Ltd.Pvt. FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 NEPAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY IPPs' Hydro Power Projects (Terminated Projects) as of FY 2073/74 Capacity S. Gayatri Hydro 5 Charanawati Dolakha 980 Event of Default Power (P.

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