• Thursday, May 23, 2019

gone loadshedding days - power surplus was 3196MW today

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  1. Imran Khan

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    today total load was -17304MW
    total available power was -20500MW
    power surplus available was - 3196MW

    thanks for those people worked on power generation last few years . these days in past years people were suffering of long load shedding and power cuts failures .soon our pipeline projects will complete and Pakistan will become same old lighting Pakistan.



    تبدیلی آ نہیں رہی تبدیلی آ گئی ملک میں بجلی کی طلب 17 ہزار 304 میگاواٹ دستیاب بجلی 20 ہزار 500 میگاواٹ ہوگئی
    بدھ‬‮ 15 مئی‬‮‬‮ 2019 | 16:10
    اسلام آباد(سی پی پی )ملک میں بجلی کی طلب 17 ہزار 304 میگاواٹ اور دستیاب بجلی 20 ہزار 500 میگاواٹ ہو گئی ہے۔پاور ڈویژن کے ذرائع کے مطابق بدھ کی صبح ساڑھے 3 بجے تک ملک میں بجلی کی فراہمی طلب سے 3ہزار196 میگاواٹ زیادہ تھی اور ملک بھر میں 99 فیصد سے زائد فیڈر پر کوئی لوڈ شیڈنگ نہیں


    http://javedch.com/pakistan/2019/05...9aMSoZseFcKi0JIhay7DJ9Q6f9yb_aXQVq6ffR1oM2J4Q
     
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  2. VCheng

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    So how is the power sector circular debt issue going? Resolved? Getting worse? Staying the same?
     
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    Thank you PTI...Aty e 9 months ma load shedding ka khatama..
     
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  4. Imran Khan

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    power sector circular debt will rise if power available . people will steal power more hence more losses .
     
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  5. AgNoStiC MuSliM

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    Jut like the economy hasn't been ruined in 9 months by the PTI, the PTI isn't responsible for the surplus power generation either. Most of the projects were initiated in the years past.

    The main issues now, like VCheng mentioned, are resolving the circular debt and reducing transmission losses. In terms of additional power generation, the focus needs to shift to hydro-power, especially projects that help with water storage.
     
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    and i just repaired generator and bought new ups :tsk:
     
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  7. Imran Khan

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    sir how can you stop people for stealing power when they can find lines some 6 feet above their home ?:lol: people are using tube wells factories running heavy machinery .and above that wapda employees using free electricity .
     
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    did you delete my post?
    where is the freedom of expression?
     
  9. AgNoStiC MuSliM

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    Our job is to encourage constructive discussions. Trolling and pointless posts are not conducive to that so will be deleted.
     
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  10. AgNoStiC MuSliM

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    The last house I had in the US was in a very nice, old neighborhood, where the distribution system was still above ground unlike then newer neighborhoods where it's underground.

    The electricity wires swung down and connected to the exterior wall on the first floor. I could touch them by standing on a chair next to the wall, and it was the same case with every house in the neighborhood. No one thought about stealing the electricity.

    The location of the wires isn't as important as is civic awareness and deterrence through enforcement and fines.

    It's the same thing as taxes - if Pakistanis don't pay their taxes and steal electricity then why complain when the government has to raise prices, go to the IMF and implement austerity measures that slow down the economy and cause inflation?

    @Retired Troll

    You are free to critique the article that forms the subject of the thread. Provide your views on what this surplus electricity generation means for Pakistan, what other issues related to power generation and a long term resolution of the power issues plaguing Pakistan entails.

    Your 'freedom of expression' is only applicable so long as you stick to the topic of the thread.
     
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  11. Imran Khan

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    boss you are talking about USA and here is Pakistan wapda find this one in Multan






    another factory was running by power theft like this in multan
     
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  12. Retired Troll

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    let the government first declare it officially. as i said i understand that what was halal before general elections 2018 is suddenly become haram on pdf but i refuse to play part in this glorification of corrupt fools.

    you can however exercise your freedom and ban me from the thread.
     
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    The problem is not the power production but transmission. The previous govt invested a lot in very expensive and anti-environment fossil fuel based power production due to the huge kickbacks and corruption but they did not invest a single penny in the power transmission. So infact now we have more production but the grid cannot handle it so a lot of power goes wasted and thus there will still be load-shedding unfortunately but the current govt is investing in the grid so soon it will be over but still not yet.
    Good. He is a troll and 99.9% of his posts are pointless
     
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    Sir aap ki sab baatain sahi but there is still load shedding and it will continue reason ?u mention all but forget the transmission lines lots of places dont even have it and in many parts its old faulty which always trip in case of load.Trying to find report on it someone publish few days ago
     
  15. AgNoStiC MuSliM

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    So you’re saying that you want to wait for official numbers from the relevant institution before commenting on power generation and the issues related to power generation and transmission.

    Fair enough.