PM inaugurates country's biggest 400 KV Dhalkebar substation

Local News

Dhanusha, 2 February: For the first time in the history of century-long power production in Nepal, the 400 KV substation is coming into operation in Dhalkebar (400 kV including Muzaffarpur line).

The substation built under the government’s national power development decade programme is an automatic substation based on GIS technology. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is scheduled to inaugurate the substation today itself.

In the Dhalkebar project located in Mithila Municipality- 7 of Dhanusha district in Province 2, there are three 315 MVA capacity 400 and 220 KV transformers and a 400 KV reactor with a capacity of 80 ACMA connected to this 400 KV substation.

From 400 KV substation, around 900 Megawatt electricity can be exchanged at 400 KV and 220 KV

Almost 1000 Megawatt electricity can be exchanged to India through the 400 kV transfer line of Dhaklebar Muzaffarpur. After the construction of a 400 kV transmission line from Hetauda to Inaruwa, up to 2,000 MW of electricity can be exchanged towards both Hetauda to Inaruwa.

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