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Nepal Allowed to Sell Surplus Power on Indian Energy Exchange

Indian Energy Exchange (IEE) under India’s Power Ministry has granted permission to Nepal to sell its surplus power on IEE.

The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) in a press statement on 1st November 2021 said it is now in a position to sell its surplus energy on IEE.

In the first phase, 39 MW power, including 24 MW produced by NEA-owned Trishuli hydropower and 15 MW Devighat power house, has been permitted for trading in Indian Energy Exchange.

Nepal Electricity Authority has started exporting power through 400- KV Dhalkebar-Muzaffarpur inter-country transmission line since 2nd November 2021.