Nepal To Export Additional 325 MW Of Electricity To India

April 6, 2022 | Investopaper

Nepal has got permission to export additional 325 MW of electricity to the Indian energy market. The Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation said in a press conference on Wednesday that it has received approval for the export of additional electricity.

The Central Electricity Authority (India) has given approval to the Nepal Electricity Authority to sell additional 325 MW of electricity in the Indian market. Earlier, in Karthik, Nepal had received permission to export 39 MW of electricity to India. Thus, Nepal will now be able to export a total of 364 MW of electricity to India.

After the approval, Nepal will sell the electricity of Marsyangdi (67 MW), Madhya Marsyangdi (68 MW), Trishuli (22 MW), Devighat (14 MW), Kaligandaki A (140 MW) and Likhu (51 MW) in the Indian market.


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