Load Shedding In Pakistan has finally ended– temporarily

I have some good news for all you Pakistani’s who have been deprived of electricity for the most part of the day, Pakistan Electric and Power Corp. (PEPCO) has announced that there won’t be any load shedding in the country, but added that its only a matter of time before we all get back to our usual load shedding routine.

LAHORE: Pakistan Electric Power Company (PEPCO) announced that the ongoing power load shedding in the country has been terminated, as the demand and supply of electricity equaled owing to the increased power production from Terbela and Mangla dams, Geo News reported Friday. He added the recent power production came up to 11,988 Megawatts, the same is the demand of power in the country; hence, the shortfall narrowed to zero.

Now all we can do is hope that the water levels in Tarbela and Mangla maintain their current position, because the government seems to be pretty much helpless about the situation.

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About mak009x
A 15 year old O levels student, crazy about tech, loves politics!

2 Responses to Load Shedding In Pakistan has finally ended– temporarily

  1. Pingback: Global Voices Online » Pakistan: No More Rolling Blackout

  2. Well, finally! Loadshedding in the winters is actually much more bearable. I’d rather they shed the load in winter.

    But of course, that is not how things work.

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