Power generation falls to 90 MW from 230 at KHPP
Kaptai Hydroelectric Power Plant , the country's lone hydroelectric power project, is now in operation with one unit only out of five, generating just 90 megawatt of electricity instead of installed 230MW at present.Full Story
#1 May 3, 2009
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