Kulekhani Hydropower’s transmitter out of work
KATHMANDU: The electricity transmitter of Makawanpur district-based Kulekhani Hydropower Project having the capacity of 32,000-kilowatt has not been maintained since it came to dysfunctional for the past one week.
With no maintenance of transmitter that remained dysfunctional due to lightning last week, the electricity of 400-hour-megawatt lapsed, said Project Director Hitendra Dev Shakya.
It may take more time in maintenance if change is not seen in the transmitter system, it is learnt. RSS
Published Date: Sunday, April 8th, 2012 | 10:48 PM
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