12 November, Kathmandu. In order to extend the interior consumption of electrical energy produced within the nation, the Nepal Electricity Authority goes to arrange a transmission operation within the districts of Madhesh province that may devour about 4,000 megawatts of electrical energy.
By 2050, the authority goes to assemble a high-capacity transmission line hall within the southern a part of the districts of Bara, Parsa, Rautahat, Mahottari, Dhanusha, and so forth.
According to the authority, 4 circuit transmission traces and substations of 400 KV can be constructed parallel to the Hulaki Highway situated on the southern border with India. Out of the 4 circuits, the transmission line hall can be constructed within the preliminary part by working the higher two circuits at 400 KV and the decrease two circuits at 132 KV. Locally, substations can be inbuilt locations for electrical energy provide. Currently, work is being executed to find out the route of the proposed transmission line and the situation of the substations.
According to the authority, the transmission community infrastructure can be constructed underneath the Bara-Parsa industrial hall to devour about 3200 megawatts of electrical energy within the Birganj space and 800 megawatts within the Janakpur space. This will present adequate, dependable and high quality electrical energy provide to the districts of Madhesh province, the place there’s nice potential for the growth of the town and industrial space. is
More than 50 billion rupees can be required for the development of transmission traces and substations. Kulman Ghising, government director of the authority, mentioned that this quantity can be raised by way of the funding of the Nepal authorities and electrical energy authority, concessional loans from Indian Exim Bank, Asian Development Bank and others.
A high-level crew together with government director of the authority Ghising, consultants and others performed on-site monitoring of the proposed line development website on Saturday and Sunday and took data on the potential locations for the development of 400 and 132 kV transmission traces and substations, electrical energy demand and consumption situations.
Executive Director Ghising mentioned that the South Corridor transmission line goes to be constructed in a phased method to extend home consumption and to export the surplus electrical energy to India.
“In the primary part, the transmission traces and substations which are urgently wanted for the rise in consumption, within the second part, the South Corridor major line and within the third part, the cross-border transmission line for worldwide electrical energy commerce can be constructed,” Ghising mentioned.
He mentioned that some transmission traces and substations are being constructed and a few are about to begin instantly. He mentioned that others are being constructed in the long run, equivalent to taking land for substations, figuring out the route of transmission traces, and beginning the method for environmental research. He mentioned will probably be over.
He mentioned that the method for the development of 400 KV substations in Pokhria of Parsa and Nijgarh of Bara has been superior concentrating on the industries which are working within the Bara-Parsa industrial hall and can be opened sooner or later. He mentioned that the identical 400 KV line can be prolonged to Janakpur parallel to Hulaki Highway and land has been acquired for the development of 132 KV substation in Baraka Prasauni.
132 KV substation is being constructed from Dhalkebar in Dhanusha to Loharpatti in Mahottari to make sure dependable and high quality energy provide in Janakpur space. A 132 KV substation is underneath development at Loharpatti. Likewise, the Dhalkebar-Balganga 132 KV transmission line can be underneath development.