Warsak Hydroelectric Project Impact Evaluation

South and South-East Asia - Pakistan

- | Global Affairs Canada | CAD 54 000

The Warsak hydro electric project was the first major infrastructure development project for both Canada and Pakistan. This provided a significant expansion to Pakistan’s power generation capacity, to enable power distribution for urban areas and village/rural electrification. Cowater carried out a comprehensive impact evaluation of the project in 1999.


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