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Hydro Electric Power Ratle Hydro Electric Project Increased to 850 MW

| Editor: Dominik Stephan

India's Government approved plans to boost the power generating capacity of the Ratle hydroelectric project in Northern India by about 20 percent.

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India's Ministry of Environment and Forest approves the planned pansions of the Ratle Hydro Project of GVK Power. (Picture: GVK)
India's Ministry of Environment and Forest approves the planned pansions of the Ratle Hydro Project of GVK Power. (Picture: GVK)

New Dehli/India – With the Environmental Ministry's approval, GVK can expand the capacity of its Ratle Hydro Electric Project from 690 MW to 850 MW. The company currently constructs dams and hydroelectric facilities on the Chenab River in the Kishwar District of Jammu and Kashmir. Operational status is expected for 2017. 16 percent of the produced energy will be provided free of charge for the state of Jammu and Kashmir, company officials said.

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