Plant Operations


The Pelton turbine is a type of hydraulic turbine that uses high-speed jets of water to rotate a wheel-like rotor with curved buckets or blades, converting the water's kinetic energy into rotational mechanical energy. This mechanical energy is then converted into electricity through a connected generator.


Number of turbines

2 MW 

Turbine Capacity

4 MW

Installed Capacity

215 m

Design Head  


Design Flow


Plant Factor

17.8 GWh/year

Energy Generation  

33kV / 50Hz

Electrical Grid Interconnection


Turbine Type/ Model  

VA Tech Hydro

Electromechanical Equipment Supplier

Design Features

High Efficiency Turbines

Turbines are designed with German Technology to achieve efficiency levels of more than 90%, making it one of the most efficient types of turbines for high head applications.

Splitter Design

The Pelton turbine has a distinctive splitter design, which separates the incoming stream of water into multiple jets. This maximizes the energy extraction by directing the water onto the turbine's double-cupped buckets.

Robust Construction

Pelton turbines are designed to withstand high water pressures and harsh operating conditions. They are constructed with durable materials to ensure long-term reliability and performance.