PM Modi to foundation hydropower projects In Himachal’s Mandi Today:
Worked at an expense of ₹7,000 crores, the Renukaji Dam will ideally use. The hydropower capability of the Himalayan district to carry advantages to as distant as public capital Delhi. Which will actually want to get a water supply of around 500 million cubic meters each year. Giving a boost to hydropower potential in the region. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach Mandi to inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of hydropower projects worth over Rs 11,000 crore in Himachal Pradesh on Monday.
The project on the Giri river in Sirmaur district, once completed, is expected to generate 200 million units of energy in a surface powerhouse with 40 MW installed capacity which would be utilized by the state. The construction of the dam has been pending for the last three decades, a statement by the Central government informed. It finally takes shape following cooperation on behalf of six states — Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, and Delhi. Prime Minister Modi will also lay the foundation stone of the Luhri Stage 1 Hydro Power Project. A 210-megawatt dam that’s built at a cost of more than ₹1,800 crores and is expected to generate over 750 million units of electricity per year. According to the PMO.
Moreover, the Prime Minister will likewise establish the framework of the Dhaulasidh Hydro Power project on Monday. The first of its sort in the Hamirpur locale of the state. “The 66 MW undertaking will work at an expense of over ₹680 crores,” peruses an authority official statement. “It will prompt the age of north of 300 million units of power each year”. PM Modi will also inaugurate the Sawra-Kuddu Hydro Power Project. “The 111 MW Project has built at a cost of around ₹2080 crore,” the release added. “It will lead to the generation of over 380 million units of electricity per year, and help the state earn revenue worth over ₹120 crores annually”.
“SOLAR POWER IS CLEAN, RENEWABLE AND COST EFFECTIVE, BUT IT ALSO NEEDS TIME TO DEVELOP”.
The modern and dependable grid support will prove beneficial to the surrounding states of the region as well. The SP said BJP allies coming from Sundernagar, Ner Chowk, Gagal, Rewalsar, Kotli, and Talyahar should deboard close. To the Truck Union detour and park their vehicles close to the new detour towards Sabzi Mandi. While returning, the allies should board their particular vehicles from Pul Gharat. The vehicles coming from Lahaul-Spiti, Kullu-Manali, Balichowki, Seraj, and Pandoh will halt at Bheuli Chowk and leave at Bindravani (same beginning stage during return).