ISLAMABAD: For the first time in the history of the country, a record 23,633 MW of electricity was transmitted in a single day, on which Federal Minister for Energy Hamad Azhar congratulated.
According to ARY News, for the first time in the history of the country, 23,633 MW of electricity was successfully transmitted from the transmission system of the National Transmission and Dispatch Company (NTDC).
According to the report, a maximum of 18,392 MW of electricity was supplied on June 10 last year. A spokesman for the energy department said: “This year, 18.4 per cent, or 5,241 megawatts more electricity was delivered, which was possible for the first time in the country’s history.”
According to the spokesperson, high power consumption indicates positive output in the power sector. The NTDC system remained stable and functioning normally during power transmission.
On the other hand, the Federal Minister for Energy has congratulated on the successful and record transmission of electricity.
Forced load-shedding was carried out between 3-6 pm in some areas as demand increased further and further supply being added. https://t.co/RkYqGMvof9
– Hammad Azhar (Hammad_Azhar) June 11, 2021
Earlier, Hamad Azhar said in a statement on social networking site Twitter that there was no load shedding anywhere in the country, but there were some areas where power was being cut off for three to six hours on the basis of non-payment of dues or theft.
Hamad Azhar said that 1500 MW of electricity was added to the system in 48 hours while more power will be added to the system today. The system may face power outage due to technical issues.