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Voith is awarded contract to supply equipment for Indian hydropower project

  • Voith is awarded contract to supply equipment for Indian hydropower project
    Mr. M. S. Babu, Manager Director of CVPPPL (second from left); Mr. Ravindra Kalra, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, India; and Chief Sales Officer, Southeast Asia/Oceania (second from right), sign the contract.
  • Voith to deliver four 250 MW Francis turbines and generators for Pakal Dul hydropower plant in Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.
  • Hydropower plant helps reduce power shortages and supports remote region with access to stable power supply.

About the entity

Voith is active in a wide variety of markets and therefore divided into four Group divisions: Voith Digital Ventures, Voith Hydro, Voith Paper and Voith Turbo. Each Group division offers individual solutions with high-quality products.


In January 2019, Chenab Valley Power Projects Private Limited (CVPPPL) and Voith Hydro signed a contract at the CVPPPL office in Jammu, India, that includes the supply of four 250 MW Francis turbines and generators, together with auxiliary equipment.

The Pakal Dul hydropower plant, located in the state of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) is of high national importance, as it will provide immense benefits for the people living in J&K in terms of improved power supply, employment generation and infrastructure creation after commissioning. The project will further enhance the footprint of Voith in the state of J&K.

Until now in this state, Voith had led the consortium that delivered six units of 150 MW in two stages at Baglihar hydropower plant for the state utility Jammu and Kashmir State Development Corporation (JKSPDC). Voith is also executing the Salal Runner replacement project for six units of 115 MW for National Hydro Electric Power Corporation Private Limited (NHPC).

About the Pakal Dul hydropower project

This project is being constructed by the CVPPPL (a joint venture company of NHPC, JKSPDC and PTC) on the Marusadar river, the main tributary of the Chenab river at the village of Drangdhuran about 45 km from Kishtwar in Kishtwar district. The hydropower project will help add to the power generation in this northern region and will also uplift the remote areas of J&K.

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