Nepal has the second largest hydropower potential in the world. With increased focus on renewable energy globally and for Nepal, as a means to eradicate energy import completely, our group vision is to contribute to as much of self sufficiency as a country as possible.
We have invested in 3 different projects :
- Balephi Hydropower Ltd. - Under this company, we are developing Upper Balephi “A” Hydropower Project in the frontier of Jugal Gaupalika, former Golche and Gumba VDC’s of Sindhupalchowk district. Upper Balephi “A” Hydropower Project is a run-of river (RoR) type of hydropower project with installed capacity of 36 MW and will be able to generate 212 GWH of energy annually. Balephi khola is a perennial river and is one of the major tributary of Sunkoshi River. It has 40% dependable flow of 20.8 m³/ sec and gross head available for the project is 208 m.The company has obtained Generation License from Government of Nepal, Ministry of Energy on 2073/04/23. The License authorizes the company to develop, generate and sell power from the project for the span of 35 years.
- Modi Energy Ltd. - The Lower Modi Hydroelectric Project (LMHEP) is located in Deopur, Bajung, Tilahar,Durlung and Chuwa Village Development Committee of Parbat District in the Western Development Region of Nepal. This project is located 50 km west from Pokhara city along the Pokhara-Baglung highway. Geographically, the basin is located between latitudes 28º14'08" and 28º16'18" and between longitude 83º42'30" and 83º44'43". The annual generation of energy is 117 GWh with installed capacity of 20 MW.
- Upper Balephi Hydroelectric Project - This is a run of river project. The proposed headworks site is located in Tembathan of Gumba VDC of Sindhupalchowk district. Installed capacity of the project is estimated to be 46.0 MW generated from pair of Vertical axis Pelton turbine. Annual energy generated from the project is 265.211 GWh.