Unfortunately, we do not have baseline data on the river’s flow rate in Pu Ngaol village. If you’re considering the feasibility of building a micro-hydropower system, look at this example on the O’Porng Morn Kraom River in Stung Treng, a province adjacent to Mondulkiri. This resource may also help you assess the potential of hydropower in the area.
Also, keep in mind that the stream flows can fluctuate depending on the season, so flexibility in design is essential. Explore our Interactives: 360° Site Walkthroughs to see the river surroundings, specifically look around the suspension bridge.
I hope this helps.
This reply was modified 10 months, 1 week ago by Jean Aquinde.
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