Wednesday, June 22, 2011

New hydropower station begins operation in Nyingtri, Tibet

New hydropower station begins operation in Nyingtri, Tibet
June 20, 2011

China said Jun 17 that it began operating that day a new hydropower
station in Gongbo (Tibetan: Kongpo) Gyamda county of Nyingtri
prefecture. It said the 1.288 billion yuan (US$200 million) project
had an installed capacity of 102 megawatts.

The Laohuzui (Chinese for "tiger's mouth") hydropower station, located
about 343 km from Lhasa, is designed to generate 2.5 million to 2.6
million kilowatt-hours of electricity daily to supply Lhasa, reported
the official Xinhua news agency Jun 17.

The report said several other hydropower stations had been built in
Nyingtri prefecture, including a 722.6-million-yuan, 40,000-kilowatt
Xoka hydropower station, and a 25-billion-yuan, 3.78 million-kilowatt
Songta hydropower station.

The report noted that the prefecture had 77,000 hectares of rivers and
lakes and at least 60 million kilowatts of hydropower reserves,
indicating plans to build more hydropower stations.

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