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ADB is helping Nepal improve its capacity to supply electricity and engage in cross-border energy trade with India.
I Second circuit stringing on Kohalpur-Mahendranagar kV transmission line and construction of substations at Kohalpur and Mahendranagar are complete. The substations are under operation. Power Transmission and Distribution Efficiency Enhancement Project due to lack of sufficient under this project.
Construction of distribution systems along the planned Tamakoshi Kathmandu transmission line mostly completed. Rehabilitation work for Sundarijal HP ongoing however delayed due to change in design approval and frequent change of project managers. Equipment at final stage of dispatch after factory inspection. Remaining work is likely to be completed by July With support from the Project Management Directorate and other respective directorates, project management has been smooth.
The initial environment examinations were prepared following ADBs Safeguard Policy Statementthe governments environmental impact assessment guidelines, and related national policies and legislation.
Public consultation and information disclosure requirements have been met. Alignment of transmission lines has avoided any environmentally and ecologically sensitive areas.
Out of the total length of the Tamakoshi Khimti -Kathmandu line, 16 kilometers have been reported to pass through some forest areas in Chanrawati Watershed area. Any loss of vegetation within the right-of-way will be directly offset by reforestation activities consistent with the requirements of the government.
The NEA will ensure that ongoing reforestation initiatives within the Chanrawati Watershed will not be affected. Installation of the second circuit for the Kohalpur-Mahendranagar line did not have any significant impacts as existing right-of-way.
Decommissioned equipment and materials from the rehabilitation of distribution substations and the small hydropower plants did not cause any risk to community health and safety as these will be stored on site until they can be safely reused and redistributed to other substations. Disposal of unusable equipment will comply with national and international requirements such as the Stockholm Convention. The environmental management plan EMP includes mitigation measures, monitoring, and adequate budgetary provisions for its implementation.
EMPs will be updated if unanticipated impacts are identified during implementation. Third-party services will be utilized for monitoring and mitigation activities as necessary. Consultant for the design and implementation of Part C i. Out of 11 packages, 8 contracts have been awarded and other packages are at various stages of procurement. Because the PDS is a work in progress, some information may not be included in its initial version but will be added as it becomes available. Information about proposed trading on lines turbo 400 transmission is tentative and indicative.
The Public Communications Policy PCP recognizes that transparency and accountability are essential to development effectiveness. It establishes the disclosure requirements for documents and information ADB produces trading on lines turbo 400 transmission requires to be produced. The Accountability Mechanism provides a forum trading on lines turbo 400 transmission people adversely affected by ADB-assisted projects can voice and seek solutions to their problems and report alleged noncompliance of ADB's operational policies and procedures.
In preparing any country program or strategy, financing any project, or by making any designation of, or reference to, a particular territory or geographic area in this document, the Asian Development Bank does not intend to make any judgments as to the legal or other status of any territory or area. The Public Communications Policy PCP establishes the disclosure requirements for documents and information ADB produces or requires to be produced in its operations to facilitate stakeholder participation in ADB's decision-making.
Requests for information may also be directed to the InfoUnit. It will provide support in three critical areas in the electricity supply industry, which has experienced severe underinvestment: At system peak time, up to MW of load is shed countrywide, depending on variations in available water resources and transmission limitations. Six hydropower projects totaling MW are presently under construction.
Another six projects with a total capacity of 1, MW are planned or proposed in the near to medium term. Limited transmission capacity in Western region of Nepal has restricted additional electricity imports through the western border with India. The first large-scale cross-border transmission line with India between Dhalkebar Nepal and Muzarffarpur Indiawith a capacity of 1, MW, is at an advanced stage of preparation.
This will enable Nepal to import electricity from India initially and later facilitate hydropower export. However, the full benefits of this critical regional connection can be harnessed trading on lines turbo 400 transmission when adequate strengthening of the related transmission infrastructure within Nepal is undertaken. Impact Increased access to reliable trading on lines turbo 400 transmission of electricity Project Outcome Description of Outcome Improved electricity supply Progress Toward Outcome Project components are under implementation and moving towards achieving the outcome.
Implementation Progress Description of Project Outputs Increased electricity transmission Expanded electricity distribution Enhanced electricity generation Efficient project management Status of Implementation Progress Outputs, Activities, and Issues Increased electricity transmission - I Second circuit stringing on Kohalpur-Mahendranagar kV transmission line and construction of substations at Kohalpur and Mahendranagar are complete.
III Upgradation work of Chapali grid substation completed and under trading on lines turbo 400 transmission. Expanded electricity distribution Distribution systems rehabilitation work completed in trading on lines turbo 400 transmission location except at Mirmi.
Enhanced electricity generation Rehabilitation work for Sundarijal HP ongoing however delayed due to change in design approval and frequent change of project managers.
Tinau project has been trading on lines turbo 400 transmission for ADB financing due to delay in procurement. Efficient project management With support from the Project Management Directorate and other respective directorates, project management has been smooth. Involuntary Resettlement A detailed resettlement plan will guide the resettlement process and describe the nature of impacts, range of and eligibility for entitlements, income and livelihood restoration, rehabilitation assistance, and compensation for losses incurred.
The resettlement plan details the institutional arrangements for implementation, a procedure for grievance redress, a structure for periodic and regular monitoring and reporting of project activities, detailed cost and budget estimates, and a time-bound implementation schedule. The resettlement plan will be updated as needed and publicly disclosed to interested stakeholders on the ADB and NEA websites.
Indigenous Peoples No adverse impacts on indigenous groups are expected from project activities. People using or living along the transmission line will be temporarily impacted and restricted to using affected land for agricultural purposes. Project-affected peoples will be consulted on a regular basis as needed, in a timely, open, transparent, and culturally sensitive manner and in the local language.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation During Project Design Consultations were conducted during project preparation with relevant stakeholder groups i. Regular missions to review the progress, identify the issues and ways to resolve them are being carried out.
Under TA, stakeholder communication, participation and consultation are being done. Safeguard Documents See also: Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation None currently available. Related Publications None currently available. Tenders No tenders for this project were found. Procurement Plan Procurement Plans Jul Environmental Monitoring Report July-December Social Monitoring Report July-December Social Monitoring Report January-June Modality Grant Loan Technical Assistance.
The project will improve the reliability of energy supply in Nepal and strengthen the transmission infrastructure needed to promote Trading on lines turbo 400 transmission capacity for cross-border energy trade. The current available generating capacity of megawatts MW in Nepal comes predominantly from hydropower.
Increased electricity transmission Expanded electricity distribution Enhanced electricity generation Efficient project management. Increased electricity transmission - I Second circuit stringing on Kohalpur-Mahendranagar kV transmission line and construction of substations at Kohalpur and Mahendranagar are trading on lines turbo 400 transmission.
A detailed resettlement plan will guide the resettlement process and describe the nature of impacts, range of and eligibility for entitlements, income and livelihood restoration, rehabilitation assistance, and compensation for losses incurred. No adverse impacts on indigenous groups are expected from project activities.
Consultations were conducted during project preparation with relevant stakeholder groups i. Regular meetings with the executing agency and implementing agency-Nepal Electricity Authority NEAand contractors of critical packages jointly with NEA are being done.
Reports and Recommendations of the President. Summary Poverty Reduction and Social Strategies. Gender and Social Inclusion Action Plan. Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports. Environmental Monitoring Report January-June Initial Environmental Examination as of Board approval. Resettlement Plan as of Board approval.
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