WELCOME TO NAM NHONE HYDROPOWER COMPANY

ABOUT US

Nam Nhone Hydropower Company (NNHPC) is a joint-venture established in Laos in 2004. Our purpose is to build, own, operate, and transfer small and medium-sized hydropower power plants in Laos, while always striving for the highest standards in clean energy development and positive socio-environmental impact.
BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

In July of 2011, NNHPC achieved its first synchronization with Thailand’s electrical grid. At a location where no one had ever seen a loader, an excavator, or any other strange construction “monster” before; where skilled labor meant someone who could hunt and catch fish with his bare hands; the people of Bokeo province were supplied with electricity generated from their own river for the first time in history.

After 3 years of hard and intense work and amid much skepticism after years of inactivity by previous developers, NNHPC’s commitment to complete the first project of this kind was fulfilled.

In the first full calendar year of operation (2012), NNHPC has generated 10,500,000 Kilowatts (KwH) to both Thailand and Bokeo province.

OUR TEAM

BERNARD HU

Managing Director
Bernard has applied his extensive knowledge and experience in project development, governmental relations, engineering, and building across cultures to lead NNHPC to a leadership position in small-medium hydropower development in Laos.

ERIC CHAN

General Manager
Eric has been general manager of the Nam Nhone plant ever since the the construction phase. He is in charge of all plant operations and brings decades of team management skills across multiple Asian countries.

MAITIM TERN

Controller
Born and raised in Vientaine, Maitim spent 5 years in Shanghai and Beijing studying Chinese before returning to Lao and supervising the construction and operation of the Nam Nhone plant as administrator and controller.

JINDA HANFA

Project Manager
In addition to managing new project development, Jinda is also in charge of all central, provincial, and local government relationships. She has strong multi-lingual communication skills developed through her years of study in China before returning to her home country of Laos.

Interested in the development of small and medium sized hydropower plants in Laos? Feel free to contact us with any inquiries.

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