No power load-shedding during winter in Pakistan

HeadlinesNo power load-shedding during winter in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: There will be no load-shedding for residential consumers in the country during winter as the electricity shortfall has decreased to 1,200 MW, the National Transmission and Dispatch Company (NTDC) spokesman said.

The NTDC spokesman said that electricity demand in Pakistan is currently 11,000 MW, while 9,800 MW are being generated. The electricity shortfall has decreased to 1,200 MW which will lead to an end of load shedding for residential consumers.


The spokesman further said that hydel generation is contributing 3,740 MW and thermal generation is contributing 1,515 MW to the national grid. He said that 4,545 MW are also being generated by IPPs.

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