Chief of Load Dispatch Center at Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), Bhuwan Chhetri told Republica Online that the authority will not increase load-shedding hours despite the project is closed since Tuesday.
He added that production from Kulekhani Hydropower Project has also been increased to meet the energy demand.
Currently, there is a power cut for 70 hours per week. The NEA said the schedule will be kept intact for the time being.
The Kaligandaki A Hydropower Project has an installed capacity of 144 Megawatts. It was currently generating 90 Megawatts electricity.