In addition, all stages of construction are being strictly monitored to meet stringent health and safety demands. A full-time monitoring and survey team is permanently on site to monitor construction areas and worker camps to ensure that safety and environmental requirements are met and that all thresholds specified in the Emergency Contingency Plan are observed. There are 21 sample points around the site to monitor leakage, water quality, movements and displacements. Both NTPC and the Head Contractor operate safety teams for the benefit of local residents, workers and visitors, and community education is given to educate local people about the changes in their physical environment and the potential dangers of waterways and transmission lines.
Installed capacity: 1070 MW
6000 GWh of electricity per year
39 m high dam
Commercial Operation Date: April 2010
A national protected area of 4000 km2
Reservoir capacity: 3,500 million m3
NTPC provides long-term scholarship to Lao students
Statement on the release of the NT2 Panel of Experts 24th Report.
NTPC and Lao-German Technical School sign MOU – June 2015
Medal decoration ceremony
NT2 Resettlers Have Exceeded the Household Income Target
Public Health Support Program handover to GoL
NT2 spills water in preparation for Typhoon Usagi
Handover of Agriculture Center
Handover of computers to Nakai District
NT2 Success StoriesNam Theun 2 is recognised as a vehicle for national growth and development in Laos...
Visitor CenterThe company endeavours to make information on the Project available to the public and welcomes...
Project ReportsTo ensure NT2 is developed with all applicable standards, various monitoring missions are conducted...