The power deficiency in the nation has risen to 6,200 megawatts, with a demand of 28,600 and a supply of only 22,400 megawatts.
The NTDC has stated that the electricity deficit in the nation has increased to 6,200MW. They have also reported that the average load-shedding duration is 4-8 hours.
US power plants are facing oil and gas shortages, but the power demand in the LESCO feeder has decreased due to the monsoon season, according to sources. The situation is not expected to improve in the coming month, they say.
The country’s electricity shortfall on Friday decreased to 6,000 megawatts due to better weather conditions and rainfall.
Production was at 22,000 megawatts against a demand of 28,000 megawatts, resulting in a 6,000 megawatt shortfall.
The duration of electricity load-shedding stood at five hours in urban centres and eight hours in rural areas, according to recent reports.
The shortfall in Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO) remained at 300 MW, resulting in three to four hours of load-shedding in the city. However, the shortfall has now increased to 6,200 megawatts.