Hydropower & Water Resources

1,124 MW Kohala Hydropower Project, Pakistan

The 1124 MW Kohala Hydropower Project is located in the north-east of Pakistan, and will be the second of six hydropower schemes planned to be built on the Jhelum River, which is a branch of the Indus River in the state of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK). more

Seasonal Water Resources Management – Regionalized Global Data and Transfer to Practise (SaWaM)

The estimation of future water availability is associated with particularly high uncertainties. The need for high-quality rainfall and water resources information contrasts the observed decline of in-situ measuring stations worldwide. As a result, globally available and regionalized remote sensing and model-based data will be used for improved water management.more

Mahaweli Water Security Investment Program, Sri Lanka

The island state of Sri Lanka aims to take better advantage of its water resources. Consequently, the Mahaweli Ministry for Development and Environment has launched a major investment programme for sustainable irrigation and drinking water supplies from the Mahaweli River Basin. The program is being financed by the Asian Development Bank.more

Upper Yeywa HPP, Myanmar

For many decades the Republic of Myanmar has not made great use of its abundant natural resources, among others 46.000 MW of feasible hydropower potential. Lahmeyer International left the country in 1986 with the successful implementation of the Kinda Multipurpose Dam Project. After more than 27 years of operation the Kinda Dam is still fulfilling all its goals perfectly such as irrigation, flood protection and electricity generation.more

Irrigation Master Plan Preparation through Integrated River Basin Planning, Nepal

Asian Development Bank (ADB) is supporting a Water Resources Project Preparatory Facility (WRPPF) to assist the Government of Nepal to ensure that improvements to critically important irrigation, drainage and flood protection schemes as well as water-induced disaster prevention activities are implemented efficiently.more

Extension Waldeck 2 PSP (WA2+), Germany

Waldeck 2 pumped storage plant with a capacity of 2 x 240 MW was built from 1969 to 1975. It is situated downstream of the Edertal dam west of Kassel in Germany. During its design and construction possible extensions were already accounted for. E.g., a second pressure pipe was installed at the upper basin’s intake structure which makes it now possible to realise Waldeck 2+ with an own cavern a down waterways without disturbing the operation of the existing plant. more

Underground Structure Shahid Abbaspour Dam, Iran

The Shahid Abbaspour (Karun I) Hydroelectric Power Plant is located in the western Iranian province of Khuzestan. Due to the growing demand in peak power the Ministry of Energy decided to extend the existing Karun I power plant with an installed capacity of 1000 MW by a further 1000 MW.more

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