Mai Khola Hydropower Ltd. Is a private company is established to develop hydropower managed by the team of diversified well-experienced professionals, local and successful businessmen from various disciplines such as Hydropower Developers, Management, Financial Consultants, Engineering, Education, and Public Affairs committed to bringing excellence in the corporate and public governance.

Mai Khola Hydropower Ltd. was established on the year of 2073 B.S., backed up by leading persons in hydropower developers, finance, and industrial sector with the sole purpose of generating energy in safe, cost-effective, reliable, efficient and environmentally sound manner using state of the art technologies. The Company aims to generate and supply energy from various sources, mainly by hydropower. In order to pursue this goal, the Company envisages organizing and utilize the financial and technical capabilities available within the country to construct projects one after another to contribute to whatever extent possible to the energy need of the nation, and assure an attractive return to the investors.

The first (pilot) project of Mai Khola Hydropower Ltd. is Super-Mai Cascade Hydropower Project (3 Mw), which is going to be commenced in very near future. It is designed to take water by tapping water from Super Mai Hydropower Project (7.8 MW) Tailrace Canal, generate 18.30 GWh of energy. About approximately 2 km long 11 kV transmission line will transmit the produced power from powerhouse to Super Mai Hydropower Project Switchyard and to Godak Sub-station through 132 kV transmission line combining with Super Mai Hydropower and Panchakanya Mai.

The company’s core business is Hydropower development, managing comprehensive management of study to carry out a feasibility study to determine the technical feasibility and financial viability of the Hydropower Project, which will be interconnected with the Integrated Nepal Power System (INPS). The study report can be used as a basis for concluding the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), for obtaining the generation license from DOED and for funding arrangement of the project. The main tasks carried out during the field investigations are topographical survey and mapping of the project area, surface geological mapping, and hydrological survey. The main outcome of the study incorporates the general arrangement of project structures including feasibility level design and drawings and power and energy computation from the project.