The 110 MW Hydro Electric Power Plant in Sikkim, commissioned in May 2013, is India’s first IPP (Independent Power Project) for Hydro Electric Power in the private sector. The project on the Rangpo and Rongli rivers has been commissioned on a Build, Operate, Own and Transfer basis (BOOT).
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Located in the lap of the Eastern Himalayas, Sikkim is not only one of the most picturesque states of the country but also has a total Hydro-electric power potential of 53,537 MW.
The growing energy requirements of the nation are adversely affecting the environment. Emission of CO2 in enormous amounts is the leading cause of global climate change.
Renewable energy, on the other hand, has a much lower environmental impact than its finite, conventional counterpart.
There is a compelling need to undertake power projects that leverage renewable and green resources to meet the growing energy requirements of our economy. Power production without risking the health of our planet is the need of the hour.