Indian Khoday to Conduct Feasibility Studies for Construction of 2 HPPs in Tajikistan
Thursday 6 December 2012
DUSHANBE (Asia-Plus) – Khoday Group, a multi-facilitate Indian company, will conduct feasibility studies for construction of two medium-sized hydroelectric power plants (HPP) in Tajikistan. This contract is the outcome of the last September meeting of President Rahmon with Mr. Sri Hari Khoday in New Delhi during his official visit to India.
An official source at the Ministry of Energy and Industries declared its administration and Khuday Group of Companies signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in Dushanbe on December 4. The document was inked by Gul Sherali, Minister of energy and Industries of Tajikistan and Sri Hari Khoday, CEO of Khoday Group. The document reportedly provides for further cooperation between the Tajik ministry and the Indian company on implementation of energy projects in Tajikistan.
Issues related to conducting feasibility studies for construction of 150 MW hydropower plant on the Fondaryo River in the Ayni district (Sughd province) and 850 MW hydroelectric power plant on the Obi Khingob River in eastern Tajikistan were in the focus of the meeting, the source said.
The House of Khodays is a multi-facilitate, engaged in distilling, engineering, malt sting, bottle manufacturing, construction, reality development, tissue culture, biotechnology and jewellery crafting. Its engineering division is engaged in the following fields:
- Foundry and castings
- Distillation and refinery columns
- General engineering and fabrication
- Heritage structure relocation and reconstruction
- BOT projects
- Housing projects
- Institutional and commercial buildings, industrial facilities, stand alone BPO structures, hospitals and medical research facilities.
- Pipelines, water supply and sewerage systems
- Weirs and barrages
- Canals and lift irrigation
- Hydro power stations, power distribution, power transmission lines and substations