Nepal | April 06, 2020

Search Results

Search Results of 'Loadshedding hours to go up'

  • THT 10 YEARS AGO: Cabinet to pick secys today

    The meeting of the cabinet council which was held today for the second day running has referred the names of 81 senior bureacrats to the Administrative Committee to pick up the final 26 names before t...

  • NEA to reduce loadshedding hours

    Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), the state-owned power utility, is reducing loadshedding hours to 77 hours per week from Tuesday...

  • Loadshedding to continue to go up in coming years: NEA

    Additional 1,300 MW of hydroelectricity must to replace use of diesel to power generators and LPG to cook food...

  • ‘Loadshedding will become history within a year’

    With the worsening of the fuel crisis in the country, the government is all set to declare a state of emergency in the energy sector...

  • Power cuts to go up

    KATHMANDU: Nepal Electricity Authority will impose a 42-hour weekly power-cut, beginning next week. Presently, loadshedding is for 28 hours a week. According to NEA, the...

  • Loadshedding hours slashed

    KATHMANDU: Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has made an unannounced cut down in the current 12 hours a day load-shedding from Monday afternoon. According to K2...

  • Loadshedding respite

    LAMJUNG: The Mid-Marsyangdi Hydropower Project, the second largest hydropower project in the country, has started generating up to 75 MW of power during peak hours....

  • 11-hr-a-week loadshedding likely this year

    Kathmandu, August 26: The Load Dispatch Centre has pointed out that in case the Middle Marshy-angdi is not completed by Bhadra 2065 and if nothing...

  • Loadshedding darkens industries

    Biratnagar, March 15: Owing to the five-hour-long loadshedding ordered by the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) daily, the major industrial city of Nepal, Biratnagar has been...

  • EDITORIAL: Make power reliable

    There is more to ensuring a smooth supply of electricity to the households and businesses than just power generation, as is evident from the frequent power fluctuations being noticed in recent times, ...

  • Delays in national pride projects set a poor example

    The performance of national pride hydropower projects are far behind schedule due to lack of legal incentives, special rules and regulations to smoothly run these projects....

  • Nepal Rastra Bank to launch relief package before Tihar

    Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), the central bank, will introduce a relief package for borrowers, whose cash flow has been affected by the ongoing protests in the Tarai, before Tihar festival...

  • BFIs unlikely to post impressive results in Q1

    The first quarter results of banks and financial institutions (BFIs) are not expected to be impressive this fiscal year, as protests in the Tarai and supply disruption are expected to reduce interest ...

  • NRB to bring relief package for borrowers

    Nepal Rastra Bank, the central bank, is soon introducing a relief package for borrowers whose cash flow has been affected by the ongoing protests in the Tarai and irregular supply of raw materials...

  • Crisis highlights need for energy security

    This is the reason why the government has time and again been saying foreign investors should be encouraged to invest in Nepal’s hydro sector....

  • Diesel generator emissions making Valley air more toxic

    With loadshedding becoming a perennial problem, Nepal’s dependency on diesel generators has massively increased to meet ...