YESC chooses load shed with power rotation system to balance dam water

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Water is distributed by Salin Dam.

The Yangon Electricity Supply Corporation announced that it adopted a power rotation system across the nation as the power is generated with an equal amount of dam water.
In the statement, it said the monsoon period has ended and the power generation capacity of hydropower plants decreases; some natural gas power plants are maintained, and the dam water is used in a safe method to supply power in summer and so there is no enough power and the electricity supply rotation system is applied again across the nation.
The power is supplied in Yangon by dividing the townships into groups between 9 am and 5 pm daily. The industrial zones are prioritized in the daytime. The allocated power between 5 pm and 9 am (the next day) will be distributed to the people equally as much as they can, the YESC said.
The YESC also said they arrange to provide power for 24 hours to hospitals, universities, pagodas and important departments and they also apologized to the public for facing difficulties in their daily life as they carry out load shed to prevent system breakdown while the national power system is unstable due to the failures of power grids and generators.
The EPC staff are also making efforts to supply electricity to the people systematically and carry out maintenance in a timely manner.
They also reply to the questions of the public from the YESC Call Centre and Facebook Page, and offer 24 hours services at 01-2302285, 01-2302286, 01-2302287, 01-2302288, 01-2302289, hotline number 1717 and Facebook pages of respective townships, according to YESC. — TWA/KTZH

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