Stories Tagged 'Nepal electricity authority'
With the reservoir filled to the brim, and the two plants churning out electricity feverishly, the Nepal Electricity Authority has been able to cut down power imports from India to 150 MW from 400 MW.
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Minister Pun’s statement follows charges by lawmakers last week that power utility chief Ghising had been involved in suspicious transactions and corruption
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The private sector internet service providers on Friday slammed the Nepal Electricity Authority’s proposed hike in rental charges of utility poles, stating that the move will raise the cost of fixed broadband service by more than 50 percent.
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Construction work on a 200 kV substation in Paharebesi, Nuwakot, which had stalled following protests by locals, resumed on Friday. Officials of the Nepal Electricity Authority visited the construction site on the banks of the Trishuli River on Thursday to talk with the residents about their grievances.
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The Nepal Electricity Authority’s move to increase the rent on internet service providers for using its poles and optical ground wire is likely to have a direct hit on consumers.
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Two days after industrialists accused the Nepal Electricity Authority of illegally charging them, the power utility’s managing director on Thursday said that the big consumers colluded with former NEA heads to secure 315 megawatt electricity for their industries through dedicated feeders and trunk lines while the public faced outages up to 18 hours a day until a few years ago.
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