Electricity production from conventional energy was unchanged in February compared with the same month last year. Latest data from the Central Electricity Authority shows that 89 billion units (BU) of electricity was produced from conventional sources in February this year. The generation was achieved with a total monitored capacity of about 265 GW.
Electricity from thermal power plants slipped marginally to 79.5 BU, but it remained the main source of electricity, catering to more than 92% of the country’s total supply. The average plant load factor (PLF) at the thermal power plants was 61.8% in February, lower than the 65.2% mark in the same month last year. The average PLF for private power plants were at 59.3% during last month. Read More…
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