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ENERGISING PLACES.
EMPOWERING PEOPLE.
EVOLVING INDUSTRY.
 
 

HYDROELECTRIC POWER

The force of water tapped intelligently, provides benefits in terms of power and irrigation.

 

Planning, constructing and maintaining a hydroelectric power plant is a mammoth task. At Gammon, we are adept at tackling the challenges this offers.

 

The superiority of our equipment empowers us to provide bold solutions for engineering problems. For the Parbati Hydroelectric Power Project, we used a tunnel boring machine to bore two of the world’s steepest pressure shafts in a single stretch.

 

Our scientific analysis, technical proficiency, skilled manpower and innovative thinking permit us to undertake complex projects. These projects conform to the best norms of sustainability and eco-friendly practices.

 
 


RANGANADI DAM

Lower Subansiri District, Arunachal Pradesh, India
River: Ranganadi
Client: NEEPCO – North East Electric Power Corporation

 

400MW output. 68m in height. 355m in length. Concrete gravity dam. Constructed in a record time of 4 years. 408 lakh cubic meter concrete and 13 lakh cubic meters of hard rock excavation. 110 ton and 13 ton cable way.

 


KOPILI HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT

Assam, India
River: Kopili
Client: North East Electric Power Corporation (NEEPCO)

 

Khandong dam 52m height and 404m in length. Umrong dam - 180MW output.

 


TEESTA TUNNEL

Teesta, Sikkim, India
River: Teesta
Client: NHPC Ltd.

 

9m diameter. 13.5km in length. Concrete lined head race tunnel.

 


KARBI LANGPI

Karbi Anglong, Assam, India
River: Borpani
Client: Assam State Electricity Board

 

52m in height. 197m in length. C oncrete gravity dam.

 


PARBATI STAGE II AND III

Parbati, Himachal Pradesh, India
River: Parbati
Client: NHPC Ltd.

 

Set a world record of two Inclined Pressure Shafts for the first time in India. 4.88m diameter, each shaft is 1545m long. Constructed using a tunnel boring machine, tail race tunnel, underground powerhouse.