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NVE og Bhutans energimyndigheter forlenger samarbeidet om vannkraft og hydrologi fram til 2015. Samarbeidet har pågått siden 1998.
The new phase of the cooperation with the Department of Hydropower and Power Systems will span three years from now until 2015. The budget is 28 millionNOK of which around 8 millionNOK is for NVE's services.
In addition to long and short-term training of Bhutanese civil servants, the program includes collaboration on hydrology issues, GIS and regulator tasks, as well as hydropower development, including prefeasibility studies and feasibility studies of promising hydropower projects. The projects have potential to attract foreign investors.
The inputs of NVE's experts will assist in further developing institutions in the energy sector in Bhutan, in order for them to improve their capacityto handle the challenges posed by the development of hydropower in Bhutan.
The cooperation between NVE and Bhutan goes back to 1998 when NVE assisted the Department of Power with a feasibility study of the Mangde Chhu Hydropower Project.
Through our long-term cooperation with the Department of Hydropower and Power Systems NVE is supporting the program of accelerated hydropower development. Norwegian assistance to the electricity sector of this land-locked Himalayan kingdom has helped the country reach its current position as an exporter of renewable energy to India. The export of electricity to India will reach 10 000 MW by 2020.
Hydropower development is thus an efficient mean of combatting poverty.
The Bhutan Electricity Authority has become an autonomous institution during the cooperation partly as a result of the assistance from NVE's experts on electricity- and market regulation
NVE's hydrologists and modelling experts work together with the Department of Hydro-Meteorological Services in strengthening capacity within data collection, analysis and modelling of the effects of climate change on hydropower flows. These are crucial questions for a country highly dependent on its river flows for the development of its economy.
Studies of run-of-river hydropower projects in eastern Bhutan carried out as part of the cooperation with NVE are now forming the basis for possible joint ventures between Norwegian investors and Bhutanese hydropower corporations.
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