China features finished the construction associated with Zangmu hydropower center in Tibet, the greatest thus far become built-in the spot, the company responsible for creating the project said on Tuesday.
The project on the Yarlung Zangbo lake, the upstream area of the transboundary Brahmaputra, is found around 140 kilometres from local money of Lhasa and value 9.6 billion yuan ($1.52 billion) to construct, stated Gezhouba Group, among China's biggest say dam designers, on its website.
The investment had been provided by the China Huaneng Group, Asia's biggest energy company, which will also operate the plant that comprises six units. The project's first device began generating energy last year.
All six devices have already been finished and connected to the grid. With a combined ability of 510 megawatts, the Zangmu facility will give 2.5 billion kilowatt-hours of capacity to the grid yearly, or enough to meet the requirements of more than 600, 000 residents considering Chinese per capita energy used in 2014.
The two, 900-km Brahmaputra moves southeast from Tibet through Himalayas into northeast India's Arunachal Pradesh before entering Bangladesh and merging utilizing the reduced portion of the Ganges, when it empties to the Bay of Bengal.
India features expressed issue that upstream dams could interrupt downstream water products.
Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said on Tuesday that two edges continue steadily to communicate in the problem.
"China will pay great attention to the matter of resource water defense for downstream areas. Experts from both edges have also in close contact, " she said. "Our company is in addition ready to fully start thinking about Asia's relevant issues and consistently remain in close experience of India relating to this."
The Brahmaputra in Tibet ended up being identified in China's 2011-2015 power "five-year program" among the secret web sites for hydropower development, with two other transboundary rivers in southwest Yunnan province, the Salween and the Mekong.
China's hydropower ability achieved 300 gigawatts last year, surpassing its 2015 target a-year in advance, although pace of construction is expected to slow over the next 5 years utilizing the energy market in excess additionally the grid currently struggling to battle new plants.