KATHMANDU: The Nepal Electricity Authority is reducing load shedding by an hour per day. The new schedule would come into effect from Tuesday, June 7. Currently, the nation is facing the power outage for 10 hours a day on an average. With the revised schedule, there will be nine hours of power outage. NEA Load Dispatch Centre Chief Bhuwan Kumar Khatri said the time was reduced owing to increased level of water flow in various river. He informed that the national transmission system is currently receiving total 700 megawatt power every day. However, the demand is 1,350 megawatt.
Load shedding to be slashed by an hour from Tuesday
Published: 08:47 pm Jun 05, 2016