Korea Water Resources Corporation
Hydro Power Generation
For hydropower projects, NEPL have a strategic Technical tie-up with Korea Water Resources Corporation [K-WATER formerly known as KOWACO] a State-owned corporation of the Government of Korea.
K-WATER is a world ranking. State-owned corporation of the Government of Korea and is involved in drinking water systems, flood control systems, etc, and owns seventeen (17) Hydropower Plants and Operates and Maintains all the seventeen remotely from its headquarters located at Daejon, Korea In terms of Mega wattage it generates 1.014 MW appx. The total revenue receipts of K-WATER for the year of 2005 is USD 1.6 billion approximately and the total assets amounting to over USD 11.120 billion approximately
NEPL through the process of tendering have been awarded the Operation & Maintenance Lease for 3 x 8 MW Likimro Hydroelectric Power Project of the Government of Nagaland wef June 8, 2006. NEPL have repaired and continuously been upgrading and generating electricity from the Project and supplying to the State Grid under Technical Assistance from K-Water. Incorporating world-class technology and experience, NEPL has displayed consistent performance in the 3 x 8 MW Likimro Hydroelectric Power Project by way of optimized power generation.
NEPL and its dedicated team of technical professionals provide continuous overall engineering support, alternative technical solution and periodically evaluate facilities and equipment for operability, design modification, procurement, etc.