For construction of the 40-km stretch (Dhalkebar to Bathnaha) 400 kv cross-border transmission line of the Dhalkebar Mujaffarpur transmission line (129 km), eight companies have submitted proposals, say reports from Kathmandu. Power Transmission Company Nepal (PTCN) on June 4 opened the technical proposals of the eight bidders.
Their financial documents are yet to be opened. Representative of Nepal Electricity Authority for PTCN Badri Narayan Sah informed that the technical proposals would be studied and sorted out in the next ten days. After that, the financial proposals would be opened for evaluation before finalising the winner of the Rs 1.5 billion project. Completion of the project 16 months after work starts will ease the bottleneck of power transmission between the neighbouring countries, which have opposite seasonal patterns of energy consumption.
It will also pave the way for reciprocal exchange of power. Energy consumption in India is high during summer and Nepal can supply surplus energy with the high water discharge of the rainy season, whereas Nepal’s high energy demand during the dry months can be fulfilled through power supply from India. Nepal reels under acute power crisis during dry months. What’s worse, the absence of transmission line has affected power import from India.
The bidders are: Mega Engineering & Infrastructure, Kalpataru Power Transmission, Aster Dependable Services, TATA Projects, JV of Unitech Power Transmission, Skipper, KEC International, GAMMON India and Fedders Lloyd Corporation.
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