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Published: 09 May 12
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Pakistan's hydropower generation increases sharply

Hydropower generation in Pakistan has witnessed a sharp increase to 4,019 MW.

 

This was due to improved water inflow in all major rivers.

According to a report on daily power generation and load-management position, the electricity shortfall in the country further decreased 2.5% to 4,000 MW from 4,100 MW as the total power generation recorded was 11,273 MW against the demand of 15,273 MW during the last 24 hours.

Meanwhile, production from Water and Power Development Authority’s thermal generation stands at 1,808 MW and supply from Independent Power Producers is at 5,446 MW. 

Approximately, 720 MW was supplied to Karachi Electric Supply Company, the report further said.

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Tags: Pakistan hydropower generation, Pakistan hydropower plants, water inflow, Pakistan rivers, Water and Power Development Authority, thermal generation, Karachi Electric Supply Company

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