NEPRA Awards Karot Power Company As Outstanding Performer
Three Gorges Wind Farm (TGW) and Karot Power Company Limited (KPCL) were named “Outstanding Performers” by the National Electric and Power Regulatory Authority.
Three Gorges Wind Farm (TGW) and Karot Power Company Limited (KPCL) were named “Outstanding Performers” by the National Electric and Power Regulatory Authority. NEPRA hosted the “HSE Recognition and Awards Distribution Ceremony 2022” at the NEPRA Tower in Islamabad on Friday, December 23, 2022. This activity was part of its “Power with Safety” vision.
The Karot Hydropower Project and the Three Gorges Wind Farm were designated as “Outstanding Performers” by NEPRA. TGW and KPCL’s HSE Management System is adequate, well-balanced, and properly maintained, ensuring effective readiness and preparedness to manage potential risks to consumers, employees, and contractors.
NEPRA, Pakistan’s Power Sector Regulator, assessed licensees’ HSE performance 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 Licensees in response to the twenty common “Assessment Categories” established by NEPRA.
Karot Power Company Limited is a Pakistani power generation company that was founded in 2009. It is a private sector company that is involved in the development, construction, and operation of hydroelectric power plants in Pakistan.
The company’s primary focus is on the development of small and medium-sized hydroelectric projects in the country, with a capacity of between 10 and 50 megawatts. In addition to hydroelectric power, the company also has experience in the development of wind energy projects. Karot Power Company Limited is headquartered in Lahore, Pakistan, and has projects in various locations across the country.
The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) is an independent regulatory agency in Pakistan that is responsible for regulating the country’s electric power sector. It was established in 1997 under the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority Act, which gives it the authority to regulate the generation, transmission, distribution, and supply of electric power in Pakistan.
NEPRA’s main objectives are to ensure the availability of reliable and affordable electric power to consumers, promote the efficient use of resources in the electric power sector, and encourage the development of new generation capacity.