United Modi Hydropower Ltd (UMHL). is a registered public limited company established under the companies Act 2063 of Nepal. It was registered as a private limited company on 5th Manghir 2064 (21st Nov, 2007) however it was later converted into a Public Limited company on 28th Chaitra 2070 (11th Apr, 2014). UMHL first project went to operation on November, 2012. There are two projects under UMHL, The Lower Modi-1 Hydropower Project (10 MW) and Lower Modi-2 Hydropower Project (10.5 MW), which is the cascade of the first project. Both of these projects are located at Modi Khola, along the Pokhara – Baglung Highway in Parbat District Nepal. The road distance of the project sites from the capital Kathmandu is 280 kms.
Lower Modi I Hydropower Project (10MW). This run of the river (ROR) based project was construction started in early 2010 and was completed in August 2012. The project started generating electricity since September 2012 with connection to National Grid. The commercial operation of the project began in November 2012, since then the project is adding 61.01 GWh of energy annually to the national power network. Lower Modi II Hydropower Project (10MW) The project is in its design phase. The energy generated from the project will be evacuated to the national grid by 3 km, 132 kv transmission line to existing Lower Modi-1 switchyard and then on common system to NEA Modi Substation at Dimuwa, Parbat. The connection agreement is concluded with NEA, and the PPA is in process. The Detailed Project Report (DPR) of the project is near to completion. The construction of the project has started from early 2016.
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