The water level in Kulekhani has decreased


Kathmandu. The Kulekhani Hydropower Project has stated that there will be no obstruction in the regular power generation even if the gap could not be filled due to insufficient rainfall during the rainy season.

Chief of the Kulekhani Hydropower Project I Dhirendra Prasad Chaudhary said that the Indrasarovar reservoir will continue to generate 60 MW from Kulekhani I, 32 MW from the second and 14 MW from the third.

He clarified that the electricity generated from Kulekhani I of Bhimphedi Gaonpalika-4, Kulekhani II from Kulekhani-2  from Bhaisha and Kulekhani 3 from Sanotar of Ward No. 1 is connected to the central grid of Kathmandu.

Chaudhary, who is also the head of Kulekhani First Project, said that the power generated from Kulekhani has been supplied to consumers in Kathmandu, Hetauda and other industries and industries in the industrial sector as per the demand of consumers.