For the First Time in History Pakistan going to Export Electricity to Asia

Pakistan has started converses with focal Asian nations of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan for power send out during winter under the (Central Asia-South Asia) agreement.

Well-set sources in the Power Division have uncovered that the specialists of the National Transmission Dispatch Company (NTDC) held a gathering with the delegates of the Tajik government in such manner. The significant discourse occurred in Dubai a week ago.

According to the understanding, Pakistan will import 1,000MW of power every day at 9.50 pennies per unit in summer from May to October.

For this reason, a 750 kilometer-long high-voltage direct current (DC) transmission line among Pakistan and Tajikistan by means of Afghanistan will be worked at an expense of $1.7 billion.

Besides, the task likewise incorporates the development of converter stations in every one of the three nations. Pakistan has just obtained the land in nowhere for setting up a converter station.

As the open-get to condition of this understanding notices two-route exchange of power, Pakistan presently needs to trade power to Central Asian nations throughout the winter utilizing a similar foundation. These nations for the most part depend on hydel assets for control age. The greater part of their stores solidify throughout the winter, causing a power lack.

The understanding is a success win circumstance for Pakistan as it expresses that the nation won’t be subject to pay for any power travel misfortune in Afghanistan if there should arise an occurrence of any untoward movement.

via: webnews

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