Nepal, although geographically small in size, is the second richest country in water resources in the world. These abundant water resources coupled with suitable geo-technical features form a strong base for hydroelectricity generation in Nepal. The country has immense potential to develop and produce hydropower, and numerous projects are already in the pipeline to meet the country’s current power shortage.
In order to take advantage of its prime benefits and possibilities, the Government of Nepal has formed supportive and opportune policies to harness hydropower for national development and is also looking to export energy to neighboring countries.
TLI has over 30 years of experience in the hydropower sector and has maintained a good rapport with the Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Nepal Electricity Authority, high level government officials, independent power producers as well as local contractors. We are currently working on two major mega hydropower projects with Andritz Hydro.
TLI is a Hydropower Developer and possesses licenses of various capacities under the names of its sister concerns. We are looking for investors and power developers from across the globe to collectively execute our licensed hydropower project.
Kaligandaki Upper Hydro Power Project , 72.5 MW (Optimized 65 MW)
Trade Link Global Pvt Ltd., a sister concern of TLI is willing to develop a hydropower project on the Kali-Gandaki River, located in Myagdi District in the western part of Nepal. The company has obtained an Electricity Generation Survey License (Reference: B.B.B/065/066/BUS456) for the Feasibility and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Studies.