Last stator hoisted successfully at Suki Kinari hydropower project


The last stator frame at the Suki Kinari hydropower project has been hoisted successfully and lowered into the unit pit.

The stator weighed 335 tons and the task was completed with the help of bridge cranes. The project has four electricity generation units with a combined capacity of 884 megawatts, according to a report published by Gwadar Pro on Sunday.

The run-of-river facility is one of the early-harvest clean energy projects under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Gezhouba Group, China is implementing the project at around $2 billion.Also, the 5-kilometre-long relocated portion of National Highway 15 (N-15) is open to traffic.—INP

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