Starting the process to set up another joint venture company between the national hydroelectric power corporation (NHPC) and the Jammu and Kashmir power development corporation (PDC) for execution of Rattle hydroelectric power project, the state government has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the central agency over the 850-MW project, which has been described as “most doable” in the state.
The MoU was signed by Balraj Joshi, NHPC’s CMD on behalf of the Corporation, and Hirdesh Kumar, commissioner/secretary state power department, on behalf of the J&K government, on Saturday, a source said.
On Sunday, the MoU was formally exchanged among top officials of the NHPC, power development department and PDC Read More
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