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Karot Power, Three Gorges Wind Farm recognised by Nepra

Karot Power, Three Gorges Wind Farm recognised by Nepra

Karot Power, Three Gorges Wind Farm recognised by Nepra

Karot Power, Three Gorges Wind Farm recognised by Nepra

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  • Karot Hydropower Project (KHP) and (TGW) awarded outstanding performance awards.
  • Awards were made by the  (Nepra) as part of its vision for “Power with Safety.”
  • Nepra evaluated HSE Performance of its licencees for the year 2022 by reviewing their operational Health.
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KARACHI: The National Electric and Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) has awarded Karot Hydropower Project (KHP) and Three Gorges Wind Farm as “Outstanding Performers”.

The Nepra organised the “HSE Recognition and Awards Distribution Ceremony 2022” as part of its vision “Power with Safety”, it added.

Based on the Nepra’s assessment criteria, the Three Gorges Wind Farm (TGW) and Karot Power Company Limited (KPCL) were evaluated as “Outstanding Performers”.

Nepra Chairman Farooqi highlighted the significance of Nepra’s drive of “Power with Safety” and stressed that HSE issues are at the forefront of his priorities. Pakistan was in a comfortable situation due to power projects setup under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

Ambassador of China, Nong Rong said that upto now 11 energy projects have been set up under the CPEC, which include hydro, solar, wind and coal projects.

The Karot Hydropower Project is expected to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 3.5 million tonnes each year, he added.

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CTGO Project Manager Xing Kan and HSE Manager Bilal Saqib received the award for TGW, while CSAIL HSE General Manager Naeem Akhtar and KPCL HSE Senior Manager Aftab Alam received the award for KPCL.

The outstanding performance refers to the HSE Management System of TGW and KPCL as being adequate, well balanced, and properly maintained to ensure effective readiness and preparedness to manage potential risks to consumers, employees and contractors.

The Nepra evaluated HSE Performance of its licencees for the year 2022 by reviewing their operational Health, Safety and Environment Management System.

The performance evaluation was based on sample documents, records and evidence submitted by Licencees against the twenty common “Assessment Categories” set by the Nepra.

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