April 23, 2017: The Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) Chairman Lt Gen Muzammil Hussain (R) visited Hub Dam located in the vicinity of Karachi and had a detailed round of the spillway and embankments of the project. WAPDA General Manager (Projects) South was also present on the occasion.
Lahore – April 21, 2017: The Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) awarded two contracts of resettlement works for Dasu Hydropower Project.
Lahore – April 14, 2017: The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) has selected the three high-head hydropower projects – Khan Khwar, Allai Khwar and Duber Khwar – owned and operated by the Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) for its report about successful financial projects of the IDB. The report being documented now-a-days will be presented during the 42nd Annual Meeting of the IDB Board of Governors to be held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on May 17 and 18 this year for showcasing successful contribution of the IDB in its member countries during the last six years.
Lahore – April 13, 2017: The 969 MW-Neelum Jhelum Hydropower Project is scheduled to attain a major landmark, when the second Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) will achieve breakthrough of the Right Headrace Tunnel during the last week of April, marking the completion of excavation of over 68-kilometer long tunnel system of the project. The breakthrough of Left Head Race Tunnel was achieved in October 2016.
Lahore – April 11, 2016: The Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) awarded the contract of consultancy services worth Rs.868 million through an international competitive bidding for 2nd Rehabilitation of Warsak Hydroelectric Power Station to a Joint Venture comprising four firms led by Dolsar from Turkey.
Lahore – April 10, 2017: While restrategising its priorities for optimal utilization of water and hydropower resources in the country, the Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) is implementing as many as eight mega projects on fast track basis with cumulative power generation capacity of more than 10,000 mega watt (MW) and gross water storage capacity of 10.6 million acre feet (MAF). Once completed, these projects will go a long way in fulfilling the increasing requirements of water and electricity in the country.