The Group currently operates 10 MW solar power generation project in Rajasthan. In addition to the expansion initiatives at the same location, the group has received LOIs for setup of 50 MW of solar power generation projects in the state of Tamil Nadu. The Group intends to procure the necessary equipment for the same in bulk in active collaboration with various overseas vendors.
Additional effort in solar includes the planned facility at the Fab City, Hyderabad for the necessary solar generation equipment requirements of the Group as well as others.
Hydro projects in Arunachal Pradesh
120 MW KSK Dibbin Power Project
The Dibbin power project is expected to be a 120 MW hydro power project on the Bichom River in the West
Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh. The project has been planned as a run-of-the-river base load plant
consisting of two units of 60 MW each. The project is proposed to be implemented through the Dibbin SPV.
KEFIPL had entered into a memorandum of agreement with the Government of Arunachal Pradesh (“GoAP”)
in January 2007 for the development of the project on a build, own, operate and transfer basis for a lease period
of 40 years from the commercial operation date.
We have entered into a memorandum of understanding dated March 28, 2014 with NEEPCO, a public-sector
company, for setting up a joint venture for the implementation of the project, pursuant to which NEEPCO has
agreed to invest in the Dibbin SPV by subscribing for 30% of the share capital of the Dibbin SPV and will also
have the right to nominate two directors to the board of the Dibbin SPV.
1,800 MW Upper Subansiri Power Project
The Upper Subansiri project is expected to be an 1,800 MW hydro power project on the Subansiri River in
Arunachal Pradesh. The project is proposed to be implemented through an SPV, KSK Upper Subansiri Hydro
Energy Limited. We have entered into a memorandum of agreement dated March 18, 2010 with the GoAP to
develop the project on a build, own, operate and transfer basis for a lease period of 40 years from the
commercial operation date. A Detailed Project Report for the project is being prepared by Hydro Power
Institute, Russia and we are exploring options for a suitable joint venture partner for the construction of this
306 MW Kameng Basin Power Projects
Two hydro projects of 50 MW and 256 MW are proposed to be implemented in Arunachal Pradesh by two
SPVs, KSK Jameri Hydro Power Private Limited and KSK Dinchang Power Company Private Limited,
respectively, under a memorandum of understanding with the GoAP for the development of the projects on a
build, own, operate and transfer basis for a lease period of 40 years from the commercial operation date.
Hydro Power Projects in Nepal
860 MW Tila-I and Tila-II and 566 MW Bheri-I, Bheri-II and Bheri-III
We have obtained survey licenses and are undertaking initial exploratory work in relation to these projects
through two SPVs, the Tila Karnali Hydro Electric Company Private Limited and Bheri Hydro Power Company
Private Limited, respectively.
The Group’s initiative on the wind involves development of greenfield wind power farms based on established concessions and clear contractual commitments both for supply of equipment for setup as well as power supplies post generation.