The objective of the Project is to improve quality of life during winter in the remote rural project areas by improving utility services during the winter season. The outcome of the Project is to establish and prove sustainable and cost-effective community-based micro-hydropower supply system in remote rural areas. The expected outputs are (i) rehabilitation or upgrading of maximum six viable community-based energy organizations; (ii) implementation of maximum six pilot micro-hydropower projects each having about minimum 200 kilowatt capacity and strenghtening of distribution networks; (iii) supply of energy in pilot project areas, and (iv) greater awareness of energy saving in pilot project areas. Each micro-hydropower project would have a capacity of minimum 200 kW and would supply electricity to approximately 400 households.
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