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Nepal - India Cross-border Transmission Projects Completed and Put into Operation

Number of visits: Date:2/26/2016 04:44:04

Recently, Dhalkebar-Muzaffarpur cross-border transmission projects connecting Nepal and India was completed and put into operation. Nepali Prime Minister Sharma and Indian Prime Minister Modi attended the commissioning ceremony.

This is one of six major cooperation projects to strengthen cross-border electricity trade expanded by Nepal and India, and was also the first of the project put into operation, which was the key for Nepal planning to power 600 MW planned new import from India to the end of 2017.
 
Nepal government released on Thursday the State Power Development Decade Plan and pointed out that it needed to solve the problem of domestic electricity unloading within the next two years, and the production of cross-border transmission line would promote electricity trade with neighboring countries Nepal, further help Nepal improve the domestic power supply situation.
 
At present, Nepal hydropower capacity has reached 780 MW, but the dry season decreased to 300 MW. According to the plan, after the project going into operation, in the dry season the nearly half of the electricity demand would come from India.
 
In addition to cross-border transmission projects-Dhalkebar-Muzaffarpur, Nepal and India also plans to build 400kV cross-border transmission projects-Sunauli-Gorakhpur, 400kV cross-border transmission projects-Duhawi-Kataiya, 400kV cross-border transmission projects- Kohalpur-Lucknow, 400kV cross-border transmission projects-Tikapur-Baleri and Rasuwagadhi-Kerung cross-border high voltage transmission projects.
 

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