The project activity by Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corporation Limited, hereafter refereed as APGENCO, entails phase wise installation of six run of the river hydroelectric power units, each of 39 MW capacity, on an existing reservoir where the volume and flooded area of the reservoir, built since 1992, was not increased. The first unit was commissioned in August 2008. The power units are installed across Krishna River near Revulapally village in Mahaboobnagar district of Andhra Pradesh. The project includes construction of electric sub-stations, fabrication and installation of six hydroelectric units of 39 MW capacity each. The plant will have the total installed capacity of 234 MW. The power generated will be exported to AP State grid, which is part of Southern region (SR) grid in India. The Project will generate emission reductions by displacing electricity generation from grid connected fossil fuel-fired power plants that would otherwise be generating electricity.