Chitwan, July 29
The construction of a sub-station with the capacity of 132/33/91-KV has completed in Chitwan.
One of the two power transformers installed at the sub-station and having capacity of 132/33 KV and 30 MVA respectively has been charged on no-load. Project chief Raman Raj Sharma informed electricity flown to Bharatpur from Hetauda through the 132-KV transmission line was successfully charged. Now a preparation is underway to charge the transformers on load. Sharma said the sub-station was constructed in the eastern Chitwan to supply the electricity flown through the Hetauda-Bharatpur transmission line.
He further shared works are in progress to operate sub-stations automated system distribute electricity from 19-KV feeder within some days.
With the sub-station coming into operation it will check technical power leakage; users will also get quality, reliable and sufficient electricity and compulsion of load-shedding during summer season will end, he claimed