Stories Tagged 'Dhalkebar substation'
Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), the state-owned power utility has completed charging its Dhalkebar substation, enabling it to import more electricity from India via Dhalkebar-Muzaffarpur cross-border transmission line during the next dry season.
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The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) plans to start charging the Dhalkebar substation this month. The Indian contractor Telmos Electronic has almost completed the construction of the 220 kV substation which converts high voltage electricity to lower voltage electricity for distribution to customers.
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Telmos Electronic, the Indian contractor working on the Dhalkebar substation, is on track to complete the construction within one and a half months, the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) said.
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The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) might have a hard time keeping the country free from power cuts during the upcoming dry season as planned imports from India are likely not to happen due to delays in the construction of the Dhalkebar substation.
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A Chinese company hired to build a critical power substation at Dhalkebar, which will enable the country to increase electricity imports from India during the dry season, has resumed work after a week-long hiatus.
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The Nepal Electricity Authority’s (NEA) plan to increase energy imports during the dry season may be hit due to delays in the construction of a substation at Dhalkebar by Central Power Grid International Economic and Trade Corporation.
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