After negotiations for a long, India finally has allowed Nepal to export 325 megawatts of power to the Indian market at a competitive rate.
Given the approval from the Central Electricity Authority of India, Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) would export an additional 325 MW of hydroelectricity into the Indian energy market. Prior to this, in November 2021, India had given approval for the export of 39 MW of power in the Indian Energy Exchange generated from NEA in Nuwakot district.
In the second phase, Nepal has received approval to export 326 MW of hydroelectricity power produced from Kaligandaki ‘A’ (144 MW), Mid-Marsyangdi (68 MW), Marsyangdi (67 MW), and Likhu-IV (51 MW), Executive Director of NEA…
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