New Delhi: SJVN Limited's Chairman & Managing Director (CMD) Nand Lal Sharma inaugurated a double-lane Steel Truss Bridge at Mori in Uttarakhand during his visit to 60 MW Naitwar Mori Hydro Electric Project. Addressing a large gathering on this occasion, Sharma said, “this 70-meter-long and 6-meter wide bridge being constructed on river Tons at an approximate cost of Rs 3 crores will be beneficial to the local population at large. It will facilitate better connectivity between villages Bainol, Naitwar and Mori and will also support the activities of Naitwar Mori Hydro Electric Project.” On this occasion, NMHEP's Project Head SK along with SJVN officials were also present.
During the visit to the Naitwar Mori Project site, Lal Sharma inaugurated the commencement of concreting works of Power Intake Structure and Generator Assembly works for Boxing up works of Unit-II. The Boxing up works of Unit-I are already in progress. Sh. Sharma also inaugurated the commencement of Erection Works of 37 km long 220 KV Transmission Line having total 111 Towers. SJVN is constructing the Transmission Line for power evacuation from Naitwar Mori HEP from Bainol to Snail. He exhorted the employees to put in more cohesive efforts for the early completion of the project.
Sharma said “We are committed to commissioning the Project in the current Financial Year. This will be an important milestone in our capacity addition journey and help us in achieving our Vision of 5,000 MW installed capacity by 2023, 25,000 MW by 2030 and 50,000 MW by 2040.”
Sharma added that the Naitwar Mori Hydro Electric Project is leading to the overall development of the region and state of Uttarakhand by bringing in infrastructure & community development, investment, better educational & health care facilities, direct & indirect employment opportunities and boost to local businesses. Various development works being undertaken by SJVN under Corporate Social Responsibility in the project vicinity are benefitting the region.
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