The Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) has accelerated development work on the highly anticipated 72 megawatt Keyal Khwar hydropower project which would increase power generation, irrigation and employment opportunities for residents. .
Wapda is accelerating work on Keyal Khwar hydroelectric project, The Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) has accelerated development work on the highly anticipated 72 megawatt Keyal Khwar project which would increase the generation of electricity, irrigation and job opportunities for residents. . The Keyal Khwar Hydropower Project is located at Keyal Khwar Nullah, a tributary of the Indus River in the Lower Kohistan district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa which has a power generation capacity of about 72 megawatts (MW).
Speaking to APP, a WAPDA official said there are two turbine units of 34MW each and one 4MW unit installed at Khan Khwar hydropower plant with an average annual generating capacity of 595 million. units (GWh) of cheap electricity. For the current financial year, approximately Rs 1,084 million has been allocated for the execution of the project. The hydroelectric project would channel less energy emissions and business opportunities for locals by promoting fishing and tourism opportunities,
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