The Nimoo Bazgo Power Project is a run-of-the-river power project on the Indus River situated at Alchi village, 75 kilometres from Leh in the Indian Union Territory of Ladakh. The project was conceived on 1 July 2001 and approved on 8 June 2005, and construction began on 23rd Sept, 2006. The project involves construction of a 57-high m concrete dam with five spillway blocks of 13 m each having ogee profile.
The Nimoo Bazgo power project envisages utilizing a rated net head of 34 m to generate 239.30 gigawatt-hours in a 90% dependable year. The project has three surface power units of 15 MW each with a total installed capacity of 15 megawatts. Every unit has a 3.3 m diameter, each 63 m-long penstocks.
Coordinates 34°12'54.949" N 77°11'5.222" E