The PPTA consultants will review the technical, social, and environmental studies already done for the Project as part of the basin master plan, pre feasibility, and the feasibility studies of the Project. The PPTA consultants will analyze in detail the economic and financial viability of the Project and the commercial sustainability of the power sector in Vietnam, hydrology of the river system, soil and geotechnical conditions of the dam site and tunnels, the proposed design for the dam and the power plant, resettlement plans and mitigation and livelihood improvement measures for project affected people, and the environmental impacts and management plans including measures to protect the upper watershed. They will also provide assistance as necessary to EA and its consultants to prepare the detailed engineering designs and bidding documents.
Latest Project Documents
|Song Bung 4 Hydropower Project Phase II: Environmental Impact Assessment (tiếng Việt)||Jan 2007|
|Song Bung 4 Hydropower Project Phase II: Environmental Impact Assessment||Jan 2007|
|Song Bung 4 Hydropower Project Phase II||Sep 2006|
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