Sinorock® has used self drilling anchor bolt in hydroelectric projects, including Beihetan hydro-power station, Pakistan NJ hydroelectric project, Malaysia Hulu hydroelectric project, Nepal Melamchi water supply project, Nepal Upper Tamakoshi hydroelectric project, Ecuador Minas project, Ecuador Topo project.

Pakistan NJ Hydroelectric Project

Pakistan NJ Hydroelectric Project (NJ is short for Neelum-Jhelum) is part of an under construction run-of-the-river hydroelectric power scheme designed to divert water from the Neelum River to a power station on the Jhelum River. The power station is locatede in Azad Kashmir, 22 km south of Muzaffarabad and will have an installed capacity of 969MW. Construction on the project began in 2008 after a Chinese consortium was awarded the construction contract in July 2007. The project is expected to be complete in 2016. Significant delays, funding issues, and the potential impacts of India’s Kishanganga Hydroelectric Project upstream have surrounded the project.

Nepal Upper Tamakoshi Hydroelectric Project

The Upper Tamakoshi Hydroelectric Project is the national priority project. When it is completed, it will be the largest hydroelectric plant in Nepal. The project is entirely financed from the domestic financial institutions and companies. The Company has planned to develop hydro-power projects in Tamakoshi River basin as below:

First Stage : Upper Tamakoshi Hydroelectric Project (UTKHEP) by 2015.
Second Stage : Diversion of Rolwaling River to the UTKHEP intake pond by 2017.
Third Stage : Tamakoshi V (100 MW) and Upper Tamakoshi A HEP (45 MW) by 2020.

Nepal Melamchi Water Supply Project

The Melamchi Water Supply Project is considered to be the most viable long-term alternative to ease the chronic water shortage situation with the Kathmandu Valley. The project is designed to divert about 170 MLD of fresh water to Kathmandu Valley from the Melamchi River in Sindhupalchowk district. Augmenting this supply by adding about a further 170 MLD each from the Yangri and Larke rivers, which lie in the upstream proximity of Melamchi are also being investigated as future supply sources.