Hydro Power

With a potential of over 50 GW in small and medium hydro power, Greenko selectively chooses run of the river projects between 20-100 MW which can be developed within a cluster thereby increasing developmental and operational synergies. These projects have minimal social & environmental impacts and a low gestation period owing to fewer clearances and predictable construction plan.

The Group currently operates 354 MW of Hydro assets spread across the northern and southern India resource regimes. Over 187 MW of projects are currently under construction with over 573 MW in development.

Dikchu HEP

Dikchu HEP is a run-of-river hydropower project with a licensed capacity of 96.0 MW and is located on the Dikchu River, North District of Sikkim. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Sneha Kinetic Power Projects Private Limited.

Dikchu HEP

Dikchu HEP is a run-of-river hydropower project with a licensed capacity of 96.0 MW and is located on the Dikchu River, North District of Sikkim. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Sneha Kinetic Power Projects Private Limited.

Budhil Hydro

70.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on Budhil stream, a major tributary of Ravi River, in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh.

Budhil Hydro

Budhil Hydro is a 70.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on Budhil stream, a major tributary of Ravi River, in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh. The project has been operational since October 2012. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 18.0 km through a transmission line connecting to the PGCIL 220 kv Chamera Grid sub-station.


Netravathi River Basin Cluster

The Netravathi River Basin Cluster comprising of 3 small hydro power projects totalling 59.6 MW.

Netravathi River Basin Cluster

AMR
Rithwik
Perla
AMR is a 24.8 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on the banks of Netravathi River near Perla-Shamboor, Bantwal Taluk of Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, AMR Power Private Limited ("AMRPPL"), and has been operational since June 2010. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 10.0 km through a 110 kV double-circuit transmission line connecting to the 110/33 kV Pallamajallu Grid sub-station.

Netravathi River Basin Cluster

AMR
Rithwik
Perla
Rithwik is a 24.8 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on the banks of Netravathi River near Shamburi Village, Bantwal Taluk of Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Rithwik Energy Generation Private Limited ("REGPL"), and has been operational since September 2009. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 10.0 km through a 110 kV double-circuit transmission line connecting to the 110/33 kV Pallamajallu Grid sub-station.

Netravathi River Basin Cluster

AMR
Rithwik
Perla
Perla is a small hydro project located on the left bank of Netravathi river near Perla-Shamburi Village, Bantwal Taluk of Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka with a licensed capacity of 10.0 MW.

Ravi River Basin Cluster

The Ravi River Basin Cluster comprising of 32 MW is a cluster of 5 small hydro power projects ranging from 5 MW capacity to 12 MW capacity.

Ravi River Basin Cluster

Upper Joiner SHP
Sahu SHP
Taraila II SHP
Taraila III SHP
Upper Taraila SHP
Upper Joiner SHP is a 12.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on Joiner Khad, a tributary of Siul which in turn is a tributary of Ravi River, in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Tejassarnika Hydro Energies Private Limited ("THEPPL"), and has been operational since June 2011. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 42.0 km through a 33 kV transmission line to the 33/132 kV Bathri Grid sub-station.

Ravi River Basin Cluster

Upper Joiner SHP
Sahu SHP
Taraila II SHP
Taraila III SHP
Upper Taraila SHP
Sahu SHP is a 5.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on Sahu Khad, a tributary of Ravi River, in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Him Kailash Hydro Power Private Limited ("HKHPPL"), and has been operational since April 2008. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 7.0 km through a 33 kV transmission line to the 110 kV sub-station of HPSEB at Chambar.

Ravi River Basin Cluster

Upper Joiner SHP
Sahu SHP
Taraila II SHP
Taraila III SHP
Upper Taraila SHP
Taraila II SHP is a 5.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on the Taraila rivulet, a tributary of Baira Nallah which in turn is a tributary of Ravi River, in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Cimaron Constructions Private Limited ("CCPL"), and has been operational since March 2009. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 49.0 km through a 33 kV transmission line to the 132 kV sub-station of HPSEB at Kurthala.

Ravi River Basin Cluster

Upper Joiner SHP
Sahu SHP
Taraila II SHP
Taraila III SHP
Upper Taraila SHP
Taraila III SHP is a 5.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on the Taraila rivulet, a tributary of Baira River which in turn is a tributary of Ravi River, in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Tarela Power Limited ("TPL"), and has been operational since June 2011. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 51.0 km through a 33 kV transmission line to the 132 kV sub-station of HPSEB at Kurthala.

Ravi River Basin Cluster

Upper Joiner SHP
Sahu SHP
Taraila II SHP
Taraila III SHP
Upper Taraila SHP
Upper Taraila SHP is a 5.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on the Taraila rivulet, a tributary of Baira River which in turn is a tributary of Ravi River, in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, AT Hydro Power Private Limited ("ATHPPL"), and has been operational since September 2009. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 54.5 km through a 33 kV transmission line to the 132 kV sub-station of HPSEB at Koti.

Sutlej River Basin

Sutlej River Basin comprising of 2 small hydro power projects

Sutlej River Basin

Sumez
Jongini
Sumez SHP is a 14.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on Sechi Khad, a tributary of Satluj river, in Shimla District, Himachal Pradesh. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Ranga Raju Warehousing Private Limited ("RRWPL"), and has been operational since March 2012. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 27.5 km through a 33/66 kV transmission line to the 66/220 kV Kotla Grid sub-station.

Sutlej River Basin

Sumez
Jongini
Jongini SHP is a 16.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on Nogli & Munish khad, a tributary of Satluj river, in Shimla District, Himachal Pradesh. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Gangdhari Hydro Power Private Limited, and has been operational since March 2014. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 11.8 km through a 33/66 kV transmission line to the Nogli Sub-station.

Beas River Basin Cluster

The Beas River Basin Cluster comprising of 25 MW is a cluster of 5 small hydro power projects with each project having a capacity of 5 MW.

Beas River Basin Cluster

Luni II SHP
Luni III SHP
Binwa Parai SHP
Upper Awa SHP
Dehar SHP
Luni II SHP is a 5.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on Luni Khad, a tributary of Binwa River, in Kangra District, Himachal Pradesh. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Sri Sai Krishna Hydro Energies Private Limited ("SSKHEPL"), and has been operational since November 2009. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 36.0 km through a 33 kV transmission line to the 132 kV sub-station of HPSEB at Dehan.

Beas River Basin Cluster

Luni II SHP
Luni III SHP
Binwa Parai SHP
Upper Awa SHP
Dehar SHP
Luni III SHP is a 5.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on Luni Khad, a tributary of Binwa River, in Kangra District, Himachal Pradesh. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, SSKHEPL, and has been operational since May 2009. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 38.0 km through a 33 kV transmission line to the 132 kV sub-station of HPSEB at Dehan.

Beas River Basin Cluster

Luni II SHP
Luni III SHP
Binwa Parai SHP
Upper Awa SHP
Dehar SHP
Binwa Parai SHP is a 5.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on Parai Khad, a tributary of Binwa which in turn is a tributary of Beas River, in Kangra District, Himachal Pradesh. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Anubhav Hydel Power Private Limited ("AHPPL"), and has been operational since May 2011. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 32.5 km through a 33 kV transmission line to the 132/33 kV Dehan Grid sub-station.

Beas River Basin Cluster

Luni II SHP
Luni III SHP
Binwa Parai SHP
Upper Awa SHP
Dehar SHP
Upper Awa SHP is a 5.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on Awa Khad, a tributary of Binwa River in the Beas basin in Kangra District, Himachal Pradesh. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Astha Projects (India) Private Limited ("APIPL"), and has been operational since May 2008. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 21.0 km through a 33 kV transmission line to the 132/33 kV Dehan Grid sub-station.

Beas River Basin Cluster

Luni II SHP
Luni III SHP
Binwa Parai SHP
Upper Awa SHP
Dehar SHP
Dehar SHP is a 5.0 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on Dehar Khad, a tributary of Gaj Khad in the Beas basin in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, APIPL, and has been operational since July 2004. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 7.2 km through a 33 kV transmission line to the 33/110 kV Dentha Grid sub-station.

Hemavathy MHS

24.0 MW dam-toe and canal-based hydropower project located at the foot of Hemavathy Dam, Gorur Village, in Hassan District, Karnataka.

Hemavathy MHS

Hemavathy MHS is a 24.0 MW dam-toe and canal-based hydropower project located at the foot of Hemavathy Dam, Gorur Village, in Hassan District, Karnataka. The project is a two-phase project which includes the 16.00 MW Hemavathy Left Bank Canal hydropower project and the 8.00 MW Hemavathy Right Bank hydropower project. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Hemavathy Power & Light Private Limited ("HPLPL"), and has been operational since April 2001 for the Left Bank Canal and August 2005 for the Right Bank. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 36.5 km through a 66 kV transmission line connecting to the 220 kV grid sub-station in Hassan of KPTCL.

Swasti HEP

Swasti HEP is a 22.5 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on a tributary of Bhagirathi river in Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand.

Swasti HEP

Swasti HEP is a 22.5 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on a tributary of Bhagirathi river in Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. has been operational since October 2009. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 1,9 km through a 33 kV transmission line to the Ghansali Sub-station.

Jasper MHS

10.5 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on the Sonna barrage near Devangaon Village in Sindagi Taluk of Bijapur District, Karnataka.

Jasper MHS

Jasper MHS is a 10.5 MW run-of-river hydropower project located on the Sonna barrage near Devangaon Village in Sindagi Taluk of Bijapur District, Karnataka. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Jasper Energy Private Limited ("JEPL"), and has been operational since August 2010. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 7.3 km through a 110 kV transmission line connecting to the 110/33/11 kV Alfzalpur Grid sub-station.

Sai Spurthi MHS

10.3 MW canal-based hydropower project located on Arkavati River near Chunch-doddi Village in Bangalore Rural District, Karnataka.

Sai Spurthi MHS

Sai Spurthi MHS is a 10.3 MW canal-based hydropower project located on Arkavati River near Chunch-doddi Village in Bangalore Rural District, Karnataka. The project is owned and operated by our subsidiary, Sai Spurthi Power Private Limited ("SSPPL"), and has been operational since December 2004. The power generated by the project is transmitted over a distance of approximately 7.2 km through a transmission line connecting to the 220 kV Harobelle Grid sub-station of KPTCL.