Studies, Tender and Final Design
The existing pumped storage plant Coo in Trois-Ponts has two upper basins (Coo 1 & Coo 2), both being located on Mont de Brume, and a single lower reservoir located at an ancient river bend of the Amblève River. The plant was commissioned in two stages, Coo 1 (1969) and Coo 2 (1978).
Thakot Hydropower Project will exploit the difference in head of circa 180 m between the planned Patan Hydropower Project and the existing Tarbela Project. Various options are being studied to exploit this head. The options include a single dam and hydropower scheme and a cascade of lower dams and hydropower schemes.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is supporting the Madhya Pradesh Irrigation Efficiency Improvement Project (MPIEIP) that will achieve high irrigation efficiency and water productivity in two large irrigation schemes in Madhya Pradesh, India.
Since its commissioning in 1902, the Assiut Barrage has played a key role in Egypt’s food self sufficiency. Today the barrage supplies up to 440 m³/s of water through its head regulator to irrigate some 690,000 hectares of land along the left bank of the Nile stretching some 300km from Assiut to the outskirts of Cairo.
The project lies at the base of the Higher Himalayas, about 100 km north-east of Kathmandu and 8 km south of the Chinese Tibetan border. The project will divert water during the dry season from the Rolwaling valley to the Upper Tamakoshi reservoir for hydropower generation.
The project lies at the base of the Higher Himalayas, about 100 km north-east of Kathmandu and 8 km south of the Chinese Tibetan border.
The Dam Complex of Upper Atbara Project (DCUAP) is situated on the Atbara River and the Setit River, approximately 20 km upstream of their confluence, 80 km south of Kashm el Girba, located in the Gedaref Governorate in East of Sudan.