Wind Power Projects Face Curtailment Issues as NEPRA Set to Hold Hearing


The Breeze Power Undertakings (WPPs) of Pakistan are confronting unreasonable reduction issues which has incited the Public Electric Power Administrative Power (Nepra) to gather a gathering of the relative multitude of significant partners. In a proclamation accessible with Business Recorder, Nepra said it “is in receipt of a letter from Pakistan Wind Energy Affiliation (PWEA), by which it has been notified that the WPPs are confronting exorbitant reduction issues which has passed every one of the past boundaries during the long stretches of December 2022, January 2023 and February 2023 (continuous).”

The letter further features that these WPPs were created under the Approach for Improvement of Environmentally friendly power for Power Age 2006 which specifies that all the age of these ventures would be mandatorily cleared. “Furthermore, PWEA in its previously mentioned letter has mentioned that a gathering be met by Nepra, as was done once in the past to welcome every one of the partners on the table to determine this matter.”

Considering above. Director Nepra has wanted to gather a gathering of the relative multitude of pertinent partners on 23 February, 2023 at 1530 hours at Nepra Central command, Islamabad.
As per the information delivered before during the month, the complete expense of producing power in the nation expanded fundamentally by 59%, hitting Rs11.20 KWh in January 2023 contrasted with Rs7.04 KWh enrolled in the long stretch of December.

Be that as it may, on a year-on-year (YoY) premise, power age cost declined by 8.3%. As per Arif Habib Restricted, wind age added up to 287 GWh in January 2023 while in December 2022, it added up to 212 GWh.

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