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Gati Infrastructure commissions first of three new Indian hydropower projects

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Renewable energy developer Gati Infrastructure Limited has commissioned its first of three new hydroelectric projects in India's northeastern state of Sikkim.

The 110-MW Chuzachen (also spelled "Chujachen") hydropower plant, located on the Rangpo and Rongli rivers, is the first independent power project in Sikkim and was constructed under a build, operate, own and transfer (BOOT) agreement with the state's government.

Also being developed by Gati Infrastructure are the 54-MW Bhasmey and 71-MW Sada Mangder hydropower projects.

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