Only 2,950 MW of electricity generated under control in entire country

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30MW Thapyaywa-(3) and 30 MW Thazi solar power plants in Mandalay Region are commissioned into service.

Although generating capacity of electricity is about 4,200 megawatts per day for the whole country, some 2,950 megawatts per day is generated and supplied under control, according to the Ministry of Energy.

The Union Minister of Electric Power delivered as mentioned at the launching of the 30MW Thapyaywa-(3) and 30 MW Thazi solar power plants in Mandalay Region held in Nay Pyi Taw on 23 May.

Electrification is under control to supply about 1,250 megawatts to the people in the morning and evening times. The newly opened two solar power plants can generate 148 million kilowatt hours of electricity to be able to electrify some 99,000 households, according to the Union Minister.

At present, implementation of the 500 KV Kankaung substation project is 79 per cent complete. At a time when the project is fully completed in coming December, the electricity generated by the power plants located in the northern part of the country will be fully fed to the southern part of the country through national grids.— TWA/TKO

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